Category Archives: Layout

5 Design Tips Read more »

5 Design Tips

1. Create a physical paper mock-up of your homepage so you can move things around before committing. 2. Don’t copy someone else’s design, be original and memorable and brand your site to your company. 3. Define a purpose for your website and cater your design…

Business Stationery - What's appropriate? Read more »

Business Stationery – What’s appropriate?

Business stationery is often forgotten in the branding process – or redesigned without thought to any of the other branding devices (web sites, brochures, vehicles, etc.).  Effective branding is consistent. When redesigning your stationery think clean and consistent. Keep your color scheme in line with…

Where to Put Testimonials Read more »

Where to Put Testimonials

You have some testimonials but you’re not sure where to put them on your web site, here are a few suggestions: Featured: if testimonials are a big part of building confidence in your clients for what you do, make them a feature on your front…

Types of Sites: Which one is for you? Read more »

Types of Sites: Which one is for you?

Think about the websites you visit daily, they likely include some of the following: news, shopping, blog, event/calendar, e-mail, information, or community.  There are many more but those are the most popular types of Web sites, but how do you know which one – or…

Designing for Your Business Read more »

Designing for Your Business

If you’re interviewing a candidate for a job as an investment banker and they come in dressed in a tank top and torn jeans it doesn’t matter how talented they are, how educated they are, or how appropriate for the position they are – they…

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