It takes a village to raise 5-year-old designers

Some of us are both designers and parents. Some of us may have designers as parents. Some of us may even be designers creating products for children. Nevertheless, all of us were once children. Being a child may be a distant memory, to an extent we forget what it is like to be a kid.… Continue reading It takes a village to raise 5-year-old designers

The 5 types of Questions

The kick-ass framework for every Product Manager In my previous post, I had shared my story of how my manager taught me the greatest ‘a-ha’ lesson of my professional life. 👇🏻 My first ‘aha’ learning of my career TL;DR — The stakeholders are mostly clueless about their own needs, and they are totally allowed to be so. As a… Continue reading The 5 types of Questions

The rise and fall of Polaroid

[unable to retrieve full-text content] The disruptor becomes the disrupted. Photo by Patrick on Unsplash The Positional View and Resource-Based View are two schools of business strategy that seek to describe a company’s competitive advantage. There is a great deal of overlap between the two, as will be discussed using specific examples from the Polaroid company.… Continue reading The rise and fall of Polaroid

Starting your project on the right foot

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Many times I’ve been asked by friends, mentees and design students: “What should I ask on the first kickoff meeting with my client?”. In this article, I will note all the questions that have made my design projects successful over the last few years, and hopefully, it will serve you… Continue reading Starting your project on the right foot

2021: The year to recalibrate personas

[unable to retrieve full-text content] 2021: The year to recalibrate Personas Photo by Immo Wegmann on Unsplash 2020 has been, without question, a year of disruption, uncertainty, and unknown territories; with a pandemic that shifted routines and daily lives came a flux in consumption habits, expenditure, and how we spend time. Countries began drafting laws to… Continue reading 2021: The year to recalibrate personas

How Much Should I Charge for Logo Design in 2020?

For those who are starting to work as a freelance designer, almost always this question pops up: How much should I charge for a logo design? If there is one thing that is quite hard to put a price to – it is creative outputs. There is really no set value, and the prices vary… Continue reading How Much Should I Charge for Logo Design in 2020?

10 Inspiring Side Projects From Designers

Side projects can help to demonstrate your passion and enthusiasm for design to future clients or employers and can create a great new addition to your design portfolio. Side projects are a way you can work on things you want to work on — rather than just ones which are bringing in the money. Whether… Continue reading 10 Inspiring Side Projects From Designers

How to Boost Customer Engagement with Video Marketing

Simply defined, customer engagement is when a customer interacts with a brand through social media, mobile devices, or even direct communication. What makes customer engagement so important and necessary when it comes to marketing a clients’ business? Keeping in touch with your customers is critical and gives you insight on who your brand caters to… Continue reading How to Boost Customer Engagement with Video Marketing

Thinking of Starting a Business? Learn About the 4 Business Structures

When it comes to starting a business, there is seemingly an endless supply of work that needs to be done. From coming up with the budget, figuring out your niche market, hiring employees, and more, you could be planning for months or years before opening your doors. Taking your design or development passion from freelance… Continue reading Thinking of Starting a Business? Learn About the 4 Business Structures

36 Hilarious and Clever Print Advertisements

Funny and clever Print Advertisements are effortless ways to put a Smile on Face. We all watched lots of digital TVC ads and some are really hilarious  and awesome. Funny ads make your brand or product more attractive and eye-catching. The print advertisements is the fastest way to communicate the message to world. Print advertising continues to… Continue reading 36 Hilarious and Clever Print Advertisements

Essay on Characteristics of Web Design Mentor And Where to Find One for Yourself

There has been much more dialog about mentorship among the web designer communities. Being a mentor comes down to being a trusted instructor who is promptly available to offer help and support that is most appropriate to the mentored individual. Much the same as a writer mentor who provide tips and advices about essay writing… Continue reading Essay on Characteristics of Web Design Mentor And Where to Find One for Yourself

7 Signs Your Web Designer Knows About SEO

A web designer refers to a person who is an IT professional. These are the people who are responsible for making the layout of your website. They are also responsible for the visual appearance and, of course, the usability of your website. You can consider that a web designer is good if they have the… Continue reading 7 Signs Your Web Designer Knows About SEO

10 Best Corporate Website Design Examples

A corporate website is a virtual entrance to your business. Through it, your potential clients get to know your company. Thus, it should be appropriately developed to create the desired attitude and engage your customers to action. In this article, we will suggest a checklist for a good site and see some stunning corporate website… Continue reading 10 Best Corporate Website Design Examples

Hey Designer, why so fragile?

The Why Praise overdose If you visit the comment section of behance.com and you manage to see through all the self-promotion, you’ll find that the comments are unusually polite and positive. Every project seems to have really positive feedback, the only thing that really distinguishes projects is the amount of praise they get. The reason… Continue reading Hey Designer, why so fragile?

HTTP: The Protocol Every Web Developer Must Know – Part 1

* { box-sizing: border-box; } body {margin: 0;}*{box-sizing:border-box;}body{margin-top:0px;margin-right:0px;margin-bottom:0px;margin-left:0px;} Learning the fundamentals of the World Wide Web is crucial, especially if you are planning to build web apps. And, HTTP is at the heart of any web application you could build. HTTP stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol. It’s a stateless, application-layer protocol for communicating between distributed… Continue reading HTTP: The Protocol Every Web Developer Must Know – Part 1

6 Tantalizing Facts About Utilization of Flat WordPress Themes

Flat interface is the latest trend of the current world of internet. The combination of attractive colors and typography has made the flat word press designs exquisite and unique. Hence the latest trend of flat designs has gained popularity in the recent times where the ideas of flat designs are further explored and refined. Distinctiveness… Continue reading 6 Tantalizing Facts About Utilization of Flat WordPress Themes