You’re thinking about whether or not you and your business or organization needs to invest in developing your brand. Here are four things you need
Category: Digital Strategy
A year ago, I began my UX/UI design bootcamp at Designation. On our first day, our community director gathered all the eager, anxious students and
What happens when you need to re-invent quickly and you love process? Here’s how we did that twice in the last month.
Originally published April, 2013 Most people want to jump in and start designing a website when they think: Hey, we need a new website. That
Warning: This contains major spoilers if you arent caught up with HBOs Silicon Valley. Ive waited two weeks: I hope you are all caught up
Here are the three big things that influence project budgets. And then a way we’ve figured out to eliminate guessing with those same budgets. Magic? We think so.
Our clients ask us all the time: What should we pay attention to in our analytics? My answer is always the same: It depends on what your goals are, so figure those out first! But what I want to take a look at here are three really important chunks of information that you should pay attention to all the time and especially when considering a redesign or major site update.
If you pay attention at all to the web or software development world at all, youve definitely heard of the Agile Method. We use it, its great – it saves us tons of time that translates to money for our clients. So far the results are the best websites weve ever built.
Every project we do looks great, but lets be realistic: some of them have hiccups along the way to being great. Here are the top three reason why web projects go wrong and how to keep that from happening.
We know first hand just how much time and effort goes into creating great email newsletters. We do it for clients and ourselves. When you put in all the effort of writing, designing and coding an email blast, the last thing you want is for your message to be delivered straight to your readers spam box. There are a few basic steps you can take to help you get to the inbox instead.
Like a lot of people, especially people who care about social media, online privacy, and design, I was briefly fascinated by ello.co back in October, 2014. Ello swept through the online world, billed as a Facebook replacement with clean design, no ads and no content gathering.
We’re talking about 9 BIG things in technology, design, content and usability here. These are the biggest issues we see in really old sites. Check your site: how does it fare?