Designing a quality product at an affordable price is step one for encouraging sales, but designing an effective package is just as important.
A logo is a big part of the marketing that represents a company or brand. The logos of the most recognizable brands are memorable, while also being simple and easy to recognize.
Whether you are promoting a new start up company, brand or if you are looking to gain new followers for services you have to offer, utilizing print advertising within Newspapers or Magazines is still a way to build brand awareness and help to generate revenue.
Marketing collateral drives your business. It should familiarize customers with your products, services and the goals that your company has while simultaneously promoting these things.
The next time you take a drive, keep an eye peeled for billboards. If you make a point of looking for them, you’ll notice that they surround roadways in the majority of urban and suburban areas. You probably see a hundred billboard ads each week but remember only a few or maybe even none.
Have you ever wondered what font and typography the big brands, social networks, and pop culture icons use when designing their logos? Below you will find 57 of the best brand logos, the font used for each of them, and a link to download the free font.
It’s no secret that mobile usage is steadily increasing, and creating a mobile optimized website is no longer a “nice to have”. Consumers increasingly rely on the mobile web to research and make purchases, which makes it more important than ever for companies to have an effective mobile presence.
If you aren’t aware of the ‘mobile revolution’ taking place, you’d better get on board! Mobile is happening in a huge way and if your business website isn’t up to speed, customers will be slipping out the backdoor and into the hands of the competition.
Who’s your daddy? Mobile is your daddy! And your business mobile website needs to look gooooood. Why? Because mobile Internet is the newest, coolest hangout where consumers are spending more and more of their time. By the year 2015, more than 50 percent of web sales will be generated from social and mobile web sites.
I hate to say this, but not all plugins are created equal. And when it comes to WordPress web design, the abundance of plugins make it even harder to differentiate between those worth using and those worth bypassing.
There are few additives relating to design I love as much as typography. But I have to admit, I am still a newbie when it comes to explaining it the way the experts do. It’s not easy to articulate why a font appeals to you, or why it belongs in a certain place.
Did you know by the year 2015, more than 50 percent of web sales will be generated from social and mobile web sites? And did you know, currently only 26 percent of small businesses have a mobile website design?
“United We Stand, Divided We Fall” had a different meaning when it was first said, but it applies to website design and site consolidation efforts perfectly. When it comes to site consolidation strategy there is one question that seems to repeatedly come up from clients, “What do we do with the domains that we already have indexed or ranked for a keyword set?”.
As the Internet landscape evolves, good web design has become a key factor to all businesses. Large businesses boast iconic images and initially unknown brands are skyrocketing to worldwide recognition.
There is movement happening in the design world, one which begs designers to put aside their own aesthetics and create with the user in mind. This movement pushed UX, or user experience, to the forefront of design, especially web design.
What is design? Webster’s dictionary has several meanings from a scheming plot to a mental project. But if you think about it, design is everywhere. It pieces together a bridge over water, erects cathedrals from rock and gives a toothbrush its resting place.
Paginated pages that are often found on large ecommerce websites or large content websites are difficult for SEOs to optimize and can provide little value based on user intent.