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There was a time, long gone by, when having a desktop website was enough to increase brand awareness, drive product/services visibility, generate revenue and enhance profitability. Having a website was the 'in' thing and every business wanted to create the kind of website setup that not only looked good (many businesses actually made this the key parameter determining success) but also brought in the moolah. A business without a website was called ANCIENT. Today, having a website is a given in the hyper competitive world of business. But, there is a twist. Businesses are not just expected to have a … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
This article focuses on explaining what a Software Development Roadmap is, its advantages, the high-level process of building one, and valuable tools that exist to aid in creating software development roadmaps. What is a Software Development Roadmap? A roadmap is a high-level overview of a company's vision and goals […] The post Software Development Roadmap - Why your Digital Product Needs a Good Plan? first appeared on ASPER BROTHERS.
Whether you are launching an innovative startup or starting a new business, knowing the right color dynamics on the behavior of your customers can boost the chances of success for your brand. Most clients believe that color is the main trigger when selecting a certain product or service. In this article, we will assist you...
Back in 2008, I started studying design and clearly remember how the sheer sight of code just intimidated me. I had some coding classes, and without any prior coding experience, I had a tough time understanding the code I first got in touch with. Suddenly, the words that I was used to in the English language (such as “new,” “return” and “throw/catch”) took on a whole new meaning; the cryptic syntax, semicolons, brackets and completely new rules didn't make things any easier for me.
Spec Pizzas. Need I say more? The absurdity is so obvious that it is hard to understand why thoughts of spec work being positive prevail. I have never done that. And as much as these pizza guys will never visit that potential customer again I want to encourage you that you also walk away from people who show no respect for your professionality. No money, no cookies. (Or pizza, for that matter.) By the way, we have more cartoons for you here.* You might also be interested in the following articlesCartoon: ExposureCartoon: If Web Designers Were Pizza Boys Cartoon: If Web Designers Were Butchers… Cartoon: If Web Designers Were Sculptors… The Book of Web Design Vol. 1: Clients’ Standard Quotes…The Book of Web Design Vol. 2: Clients’ Standard Quotes…
iMovie is the go-to software for Mac users for editing videos. It's fast, free, beginner-friendly, and simply gets the job done. But, let's face it, iMovie fails in many areas when it comes to creating attractive and trendy videos for social media. It lacks the effects, filters, and tools you need to make fun TikTok […]
This week's Designer News (No 513) includes Replacing Font Awesome with Line Awesome, Adobe Photoshop Camera, Lesser Known Coding Fonts, Things We Can't (Yet) Do In CSS, Uncommon Use Cases For Pseudo Elements, Designing the Facebook Company Brand, Easy Peasy Password and much more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 513 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
There's a lot to be learned from the biggest campaigns of 2017, here we take a look at just five of the best and the marketing lessons they heed.
Anyone here have a bunch of strange, unusual, or, shall we say, “quirky” hobbies? Perhaps you like to collect bottle caps from around the world and photograph them as found... The post Including Your Personal Passions in Your Design Work appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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