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Have a glimpse at the major changes in web design conventions from mid 90s, when user experience had little to almost none weight for most of the online projects, to nowadays that visitor’s convenience, scalability and targeting are on the forefront.
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The Economics Center of Cincinnati University recently published a study about the effects of signage on key business objectives such as sales, transactions, profits and staffing. Let’s see how the numbers breakdown.
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Facebook Ad specifications have largely changed since the launching of advertising options. This fully packed guide will keep you in the loop with the most updated ad sizes, dimensions and text length.
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Our favorite infographic content affiliates, Neo Mammalian Studios, utilizing parallax FX shed some light on the intellectual background of the question “Why people love Infographics?”. Here you see the static version but it pays out to see the motion graphic implementation by following the publisher link on the left.
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Sooner or later everything changes in this world. And so does the everlasting Superman logo. See here the variations of the “S” shield alongside its design concepts from the early years of action comics to the 2013 return of the Man of Steel.
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Logos communicate a brand’s or corporation’s identity and should reflect their evolution over time. See some striking examples of either smooth or sharp logo transitions for some of the most popular brands worldwide including Pepsi, Shell, Mercedes, Apple, Microsoft and Kodak.
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To output a decent infographic that stands out and speaks to the audience a marketer targets, is a complex work that usually requires collaboration of various experts. This graphic walks you through the 7 basic steps of infographic production.
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It’s one of the most complex yet uttermost creative and challenging professional fields that necessitates unity and constructive collaboration of various contrasting disciplines. Find on this graph the components of UX Design.
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Since his very first formation in 1938 as a comic character created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, Superman has gone through various modifications in his look though maintaining the basic characteristics most of the times. See the Superman evolution over time.
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We all know that colors arouse emotions and predispose our feelings and thoughts. How does this aplly with regard to brand identity and especially logo? Here you see a swatch of widely known logos in color groups representing emotions.
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Have a look at some basic principles in design and the psychology behind them that will help you design a business card that will successfully convey the character and personality of your company.
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Thrilled by designing products or services that people will love and use? Here you get an idea of what it takes to make a career in UXD (User Experience Design) and how much you’ll earn on average.
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Responsive design has come to serve the user and offer uniform and friendly experience regardless of the screen size, platform and orientation. What are the keu features and why you should be responsive.
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Google’s official statement emphasizes the use of responsive web design by webmasters. Is your site responsive and further ready to offer the best possible user experience among various devices and technologies?
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From idealism to realism. Design for the people!