Landing pages are all over the place. To the average person, they are just another content page on the internet. To a site design, it’s all about the first impression, looks and conversions. For marketers, they are the gateway to generating leads and turning cold traffic into real revenue. With so much focus on creating… Continue reading Examples of Great Looking Landing Pages that Just Work
All web designers want to make the most functional and attractive site possible on their first attempt. This can be a bit of a hurdle if you don’t have all the tools or a ton of experience under your belt. Remember, especially if you are just starting out, simplicity is important. Don’t go cramming all… Continue reading 5 Tips From Professional Web Designers
It’s incredible how, even after all these years with digital marketing arousing all kinds of desires inside us, companies of all sizes are still making mistakes. It’s as if they are blindly putting out campaigns in a hit-or-miss strategy. In a certain sense, it feels like making mistakes in marketing is part of the trade.… Continue reading 4 Ways You’re Sabotaging Your Marketing Strategy
If you’re planning on setting up a website for yourself or your business, chances are you’ve come across WordPress. You might be wondering what WordPress is and what sets it apart form other website systems. In this article, you’ll learn what WordPress is, how it compares to other web platforms and what its benefits are.… Continue reading What Makes WordPress a Great Choice for Creating Websites?
Does adding multiple CTAs to your web pages just confuse your users? That’s a heavily debated question in the digital design space. Some web designers believe that multiple CTAs give visitors more choice on how they convert. Others feel that leads can only handle a single CTA at a time without getting overwhelmed and abandoning ship.… Continue reading Should a Web Page Have a Single CTA?
Okay, you need three to five new ideas for articles, all on the same general topic. Go… Now here’s where we separate the people who have to come up with regular content all the time from the people who don’t. The people who have things they want to write about but can never get around… Continue reading 6 Tips for Writing Content Regularly
December 5, 2019 by Richie KS First and foremost, there’s no doubt that business expansion is something that should be well and truly celebrated. On the other hand, it’s also something that can result in very dangerous territory. Put simply, you are venturing out of your comfort zone – and this can be the formula… Continue reading Business expansion: Top tips for scaling your business the right way
What You’ll Be Creating If you run a business that takes bookings or appointments, adding a booking calendar plugin to your WordPress website will win you more business. Here’s how to do it with the Bookly Pro plugin. This will help you get more business and reduce the time spent taking bookings manually. In the… Continue reading How to Add a Booking Calendar to WordPress With a Plugin
If years ago Instagram was just another website for people to share their news and recent pictures at, today it can also serve as a major platform for designers and photographers to promote themselves and their work. Being such a popular resource, it is only natural that Instagram has its own trends. As a photographer… Continue reading Top 7 Anti-Trends on Instagram
There are tons of people who are afraid of investing. They don’t like the idea of losing money. While it’s not fun for anyone to lose money, it’s important to remember that a person loses more money by purchasing fast food instead of cooking meals at home. Depending on the type of investment, you don’t… Continue reading Ways to Make Investments an Amazing Side Hustle
Branding relies heavily on visuals. Graphic design services can be the make or break element in effective business promotion. Be it the design of your products or the look of your advertisements, logos or website; brand recognition begins with great design. Once you have the design looking fresh, brand promotion strategies are your next step… Continue reading How Graphic Design Helps in Business Promotion?
Running a business online is becoming an increasingly popular way to become an entrepreneur. Not only does it require less startup costs than traditional businesses, but can often be done from a single computer (at least when starting out). Also, due to the advancement and innovation of technology, there are a variety of online tools… Continue reading Types of Software Your Online Business Should Use
Adobe InDesign has long been the market leader in publishing software. But rival layout design programs are starting to make waves in the market, with Affinity Publisher being the latest to offer a competitive alternative to InDesign. If you’re a seasoned print designer or are looking to dip a toe into publishing design, you’ll want… Continue reading Your Guide to InDesign’s New Rival
Image Credit: Simon Darby What does a group of lycra-clad cyclists have to do with the future of work? More than you might think. If you’re familiar with road cycling, you’ll have heard the term ‘peloton’ before. If you’re not partial to a hoard of people in spandex on two wheels, then maybe you haven’t. The… Continue reading Tour de Workforce — here comes the collective economy
There are multiple reasons why people want a website nowadays. It’s not even strange to have a personal website for who you are and what you like to do. Mostly, however, people build websites for growing their business. We don’t recommend getting caught in having a website simply because everyone is doing it. Really figure… Continue reading 5 Things to Consider Before Building a Website
February 8, 2018 by Alex Fox Managing a to-do list for an individual is a fairly straight-forward process. Write down all the tasks you need to do with their due dates. As you work, mark the items off as they get completed. When you’re done with the items on your list, you’ve completed your to… Continue reading Manage Complex Projects with Merlin Project Express
Have you ever noticed that luxury brands rarely sell online? Sure, big names have elaborate, appealing websites, but many of them have restricted ecommerce offerings because it’s just not exclusive enough. Ecommerce is for the masses and luxury brands thrive on the distinction between those who can afford a product and those who can’t. That… Continue reading 4 Ecommerce Challenges For Luxury Brands
Google Chrome is the most popular browser on the planet. You use it, your mom uses it, your cat uses it. Sure, it’s got quirks and problems. But if you want to reach a large audience, designing a Google Chrome extension isn’t a bad way to do it. Fortunately, it’s pretty easy to build a… Continue reading How to Build a Chrome Extension
Whoever said, “a picture is worth a thousand words” was right. It’s especially true on the internet. The images displayed on your website determine how your visitors perceive your business and brand. If you’ve got a website and want your visitors to consume your content or take a specific action, it’s imperative to project the… Continue reading 3 Reasons A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words In Design
Back in the eighties the job of design was to make things work reasonably. Technologies were in such a struggle to stay stable that any extra quality seemed unnecessary. In those times your computer would crash five times a day. So, worrying about beauty or engagement seemed like a somewhat unnecessary luxury. Fast-forwarding to 2007.… Continue reading Getting traction for experience design
February 23, 2017 by Veronika As browser-based graphic design tools gain popularity among amateurs and professional designers there is an increased demand for ready-to-use transparent PNG images. Sure, raster design software, like Photoshop and its free alternatives (GIMP and Pixlr) can help you easily trace and cut out the unnecessary segments of a photo and… Continue reading Best Places to Find Transparent PNG Images
If you read any of the countless web design trend reports that came out earlier this year, you likely read about the promise of large, hero-sized cinemagraphs placed prominently on homepages everywhere. So where are they? While a few fashion-forward companies are using them on their websites, the cinemagraph has been largely relegated to showcase… Continue reading Cinemagraphs in web design
In a recent series, we talked all about how we could work with metadata for several of the major classes in WordPress. This included: Throughout the series, we talked a bit about how WordPress 4.4 introduced the idea of term metadata. I didn’t want to present the concept within the context of that series because… Continue reading How to Work With WordPress Term Meta: Understanding Taxonomies