First impressions are lasting impressions. Whether you realise it or not, your typography helps to create an experience for users before they’ve even read a word or clicked a button. Typography has the potential to go beyond merely telling a story— it shows the user who is behind the website and what you’re about. The treatment of type creates an atmosphere and elicits a response much the same way as tone of voice does.
As web designers, are we diametrically opposed to search engine optimisation? We know that, at its center, web design is about elevating bland information on a screen into something aesthetically delightful and intuitively recognisable. It’s also about communicating an idea with other humans. Cave men had cave paintings, Ancient Egyptians had hieroglyphs, modern man has web design. Yes, it’s just that important.
A site that simply looks good and draws an audience isn’t enough. If you’re missing even one vital element for an effective website, you’re missing out on conversions. The good news is that even small changes to your site can pay off in big numbers—and quickly. Here are 5 tips to make your website convert more visitors.
I love great logo design. From an inspiration perspective, we believe that logos can be complex and simple at the same time, providing us with inspiration and helping to get the creative juices flowing. Today we have a collection of logos in their simplest form: black, white, and gray. These logos have beautiful type, lines and style. Enjoy.
Let’s be honest, the days of old cash registers and piles of wasted paper are long gone. Nowadays we have point of sale devices, mobile apps and other awesome stuff helping us sell online and offline. But…
There are still some hurdles in the way. Banks want business docs, merchant accounts, long-term contracts and all you want is a simple solution to process card payments on the go. Markt is the easiest way to do just that.
I’m sharing this really good article because I agree wholeheartedly with the views. They also mentioned teamgeek.
An article about how to manage user expectations by properly labeling UI components. The better users are able to predict what an interaction will do, the more trust can be built, enabling the user to smoothly navigate a website and perform actions in a comfortable way.
I’ve always had a love for indie brands, especially the ones who don’t sell out and manage to build a cult status through honest hard work and incredible design. New brands are created daily but only a few survive the first year. The brands that do subsist are authentic, innovative and tell an honest story. Possibly the main ingredient to connecting with consumers and sidling into their hearts.