Does this situation feel familiar? —
Your web designer reckons your site is outdated. It makes you look amateurish. If we’re being honest, we might even say it’s downright ugly and you should be ashamed of attaching it to your brand.
A redesign, of course. Not just a few tweaks, mind you, but a reinvention, taking your tired old website and bringing it into the modern day.
It’ll have snazzy vector paths, cute cartoon scenes, jQuery carousels, full-page high-resolution background photos, the … [ Read More ]
The proof is in the pudding, ninety percent of society in 2012 has a smart phone. It has been predicted that by 2013, more people will use their mobile phones than PCs. Every company that has Internet presence noticed the huge hike of mobile searches since the smart phone explosion in 2011. iPhones and Androids are racing neck to neck in the retail stores. The leader in this new age Mobile Boom of course, Google. The Google enterprise has evolved, … [ Read More ]
Launching a website is never a quick process. Although we wish it only took a day or two, it takes time, planning, patience and experience to complete.
How will your visitor’s react to the new look?
Will the new concept provide them with a better user experience?
These are the inevitable questions that you will NOT be able to answer, so don’t get hung up wasting time on them! You will need to go with your gut instincts and make any necessary changes … [ Read More ]
No more Flash…say it isn’t so! Actually, ladies and gentlemen, we are sad to say this is true, well, maybe not that sad. Adobe has decided to part ways with their Flash software for mobile devices. After years of fancy graphics flying across our mobile screen, soon there will be no more. Some believed that the late Steve Jobs prediction of the end of Flash is the cause of Adobe’s headquarters major … [ Read More ]
1. Keep thinking of new and interesting design concepts
Being a graphic designer you have to keep your mind open for new trends, ideas, and concepts. Never be scared to be a pioneer in Web Design. You could be the next Picasso of flyers, Leonardo da Vinci posters or even Rapheal of websites; the world is still talking about these artist because they made history with their work … [ Read More ]