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Does the design of everyday materials deserve more credit?

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Logos, exhibition design and book covers can often seem like the zenith of graphic design. Do reports, documents and catalogues get overlooked by comparison? When it comes to getting designers talking, there’s…
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Understanding Web Design Terminology – Wireframes

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An introduction to wireframes Much like any industry, web design has a broad selection of terminology that is often used to explain features, processes, elements, and more. But what do these terms actually mean,…

7 Commandments of Good UI Design

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Imagine walking into the most beautiful building in the world—mosaic on every square inch of the place, stained-glass—the whole shebang. You walk into the first door, it’s a push one. Still marvelling…
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Research Shows Having A Bad Website Can Hurt Your Business

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Here’s a sad scenario. Someone sends a prospective client your way. They’re a warm, maybe even a hot lead. Before contacting you, they do what everyone else does — they visit your website to…
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3 Ways to Optimise Your Google Ad Copy

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Google Ads. We need them, we love them, but they can be challenging if you’re unsure of how to optimize them to maximize their impact. Google is the largest search engine out…
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5 Tricks From the Social Media Playbook That Will Make Your Website Stand Out

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The purpose of any website comes down to two factors: engaging a person and getting that person to take action. You must create sufficient interest with visitors for them to stay on your…
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How ‘Sustainable’ Web Design Can Help Fight Climate Change

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DANNY VAN KOOTEN is a Dutch programmer who decided to reduce his carbon output by no longer eating beef or flying. Then, five months ago, he made a change that had an even bigger impact—and…

How the pandemic has transformed B2B marketing forever

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Business-to-business marketing is becoming increasingly indistinguishable from consumer marketing, a trend further accelerated by the pandemic. What new tactics are B2B marketers are employing? Have we finally reached the moment where B2B…

Bad vs. Good Accessible Designs

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Do you know about all of the different website design options out there? There’s such a variety of sites available that it can be overwhelming to find the right one for your…

7 Basic Tips to Make Your Photos Look Professional

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These days, there are no excuses for bad photos. Cameras are better than ever, mobile phone camera technologies broke all possible barriers, and editing tools are aplenty. Making your photos look professional…

8 Typography Design Trends

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Visual design is more powerful than ever. With graphic design trends stretching from recreating organic textures to otherworldly, trippy tech styles, and modern still life scenes, there are practically no limits. So, to some, typography can feel…

App Prototyping: Types, Examples & Usages

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Designers, product managers, developers, and other product creators start their projects with prototyping since websites or mobile apps prototyping has been taken as the best, fastest, and even cheapest way to test…

The Importance of Keeping your WordPress Website up-to-date

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WordPress is the world’s leading content management system (CMS) and powers roughly 25 percent of all the websites on the internet. No matter which hosting platform is used, it is imperative to…

Does Google Gives Preference to Content Above the Fold?

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In an SEO Office-hours hangout Google’s John Mueller was asked if Google gave a preference to content located in the spot known as above the fold. Mueller explained of how much content Google…

Basic Do’s and Don’ts of Effective Website Design

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Here’s a cold truth: if you’re not a professional website designer, creating a near-perfect website is quite challenging. Using templates and appealing themes can do the trick, but you’ll also want to…
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The industry trends to avoid in 2021

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Too many brands will fail to recognise the obsolescence of their preferred ways to target customers this year, leaving them without a viable solution – unless they act now. Last year was…

3 Essential Design Trends, April 2021

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The best thing about writing about website design trends each month is looking at all the great sites that are being developed. Designers are stretching creatively and exploring new techniques and ways…

Bad Web Design Isn’t Just Annoying—It Costs You

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Whether you're after sales, leads, more readers, or making a difference, bad web design can sabotage your efforts. Put your best foot forward with these principles of good web design. This article…

7 graphic design trends to cheer you up in 2021

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It's going to be a colourful year.   We see plenty of graphic design trend forecasts every year, with industry experts sharing the styles, colours, typefaces and more that (they think) will…

Gartner: How is digital commerce changing the face of customer experience?

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There was a time when digital commerce meant static storefronts. Back then, if you were to purchase from a business, you’d almost definitely have spoken to someone along the way – either…