You have spent days finalizing your new website. The design is perfect and matches the look and feel of your business. Every box is aligned and the fonts have been carefully selected to clearly convey your message and encourage the visitor to peruse your site. You may have even have gone one step further. You set up a Facebook Business Page with a stunning cover photograph to match the design of your website. Voila! You have created a seamless online presence that is unique and all yours. But you are only halfway there...

Thursday, 29 August 2013 00:00

The how and why of minimalism

If done correctly, minimalist design is one of the best and most effective approaches to creating beautiful websites. Not only is the target audience subjected to less clutter and noise, but you can use colors, textures, and fonts to create a very simple yet very memorable experience for the person viewing your site.

Monday, 26 August 2013 00:00

9 Most Frequent Web Design Mistakes

Designing a website can be complicated but the real challenge lies in making it successful. It is common for web designers to make plenty of web design mistakes while designing websites. The website design and usability are critical to the success of your business. Getting your web design wrong may result in great loss to your business. But it’s easy to avoid most of them or set it right if you have already committed one. Here are some of the most frequent blunders web designers make.

When creating a website, you can use layout and design to help ensure that your message gets across and leads your visitors to your goal action. In order to use design to convey your message, you need to first understand factors such as how the human eye moves across the screen and how the human brain processes information.

It is utterly necessary to keep ones personal social media separated from Business. Business, to a large extent, counts on an entrepreneur’s reputation. Reputation takes years to build but can collapse in a very short span of time. A person’s likes, dislikes, personal opinion about an issue and taste are largely revealed through Social Media sites like Facebook, Twitter etc. It is important to keep your business acquaintances away from your personal social media pages. There are several reasons why you should follow this.

Wednesday, 14 August 2013 00:00

Thursday's Comic Relief

Latte art is a method of preparing coffee created by pouring steamed milk into a shot of espresso, creating a pattern or design on the surface of the drink. Latte art requires first producing espresso with crema and microfoam, and them combining these to make latte art. There are two main types of latte ar: free pouring, where a pattern is created during the pouring, and etching, where a tool is used to create a pattern after the pour.

Designing a logo can be quite a daunting task. For one, you need to make it such a way that it can be easily recognizable as part of your marketing campaign. Logo size plays an important consideration as it determines how much visual information you can cram into logo to attract people to your brand. Choosing the right size for your logo is thus the first thing you have to consider when designing for your company or business brand. Here are some considerations that you need to know about how the size of your logo could affect your strategic approach in logo designing.

Monday, 05 August 2013 00:00

The Key to Being Productive

There has been a lot of talk about productivity. There are even sites that are built specifically to tackle the “art of productivity”. It seems a little odd that productivity is an entire industry when the heart of productivity is action, or doing it now. There are books called, “Getting Things Done” or “Extreme Productivity” and programs that teach you all of the tools that you need to do something.

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