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Web Form Design Best Practices

This blog was written by Oneupweb graphic designer Jess. Forms. The most annoying things on the internet. Well, if you, the person behind the form design, gets it wrong, it is. So, what is it about forms that can make people so miserable? What can you the site owner, the one with THE POWER (*insert…

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Does “Above the Fold” Matter Anymore?

Yes, the concept behind the old newspaper term, above the fold, is relevant in web design today and will continue to be for the foreseeable future. To many web design professionals, the term has become outdated due to the evolution of modern web design and the dedicated focus on user experience. With that said this…

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Tangoe: SaaS Marketing Case Study

Tangoe is not a “sell it and forget it” SaaS company. They are a leading provider of a complete enterprise technology management experience that they create through their technology and services. That experience deserved a stronger spotlight, so Tangoe teamed up with Oneupweb to bump up their brand awareness and sales. Scope of Work This…

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Client Snapshot: HomeSteady Rebrand

Oneupweb began working with HomeSteady (previously Shazam Home Services) in December 2020. They asked us to help them create a new company name, logo, brand voice and brand guide. We also conducted user testing to refine branding recommendations and rebranded two customer journey maps for them. Scope of Work Brand workshop Brand name selection Logo…

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Landing Page Web Design

Landing pages are standalone web pages created specifically for a marketing campaign. Visitors typically land on these pages after clicking on a paid ad or a link in an email. These pages are different from the evergreen pages on a website because they are designed to have only one focus or campaign goal. With that…

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Basics of Web Animation Design & Development

Across the web, animation is a powerful tool that businesses use to create compelling and useful experiences. But adding it to your site and making sure it’s effective can be tricky, at best. Let’s break it down and discuss the benefits, how we make it happen, and some examples of animation design. Benefits of Web…

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Real Property Management Case Study: Franchise Development

Real Property Management is a nationwide leader in residential property management. Currently, the company has more than 300 franchise locations across the United States and Canada and is actively searching for high-quality leads who will become franchise owners. See how Oneupweb’s paid media team increased lead volume and lead quality for Real Property Management. The…

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Inspecting Web Design on Global Accessibility Awareness Day

Roughly 15 percent of the population is overlooked during the process of building websites and producing digital content. For the people being overlooked – those with visual impairment, mobility impairment and other special needs – the internet isn’t a very friendly or inclusive place. Before we celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day with examples of awesomeweb…

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5 Simple & Powerful Website Animation Examples

HootSuite and We Are Social co-published the Digital In 2020 report, which revealed the average internet user spends more than a quarter of their life online. That’s a world average of 6 hours and 43 minutes of internet time per day. Considering all the time people spend online, it’s the job of marketers, web developers,…

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Beyond the Marketing Minute: WCAG 2.1 Compliance Tips for Designers

On June 5, 2018 the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) published WCAG 2.1, the newest version of guidelines for how web designers and UX professionals should make websites and all digital technology accessible to people with disabilities. Back in January, we wrote about the impending arrival of 2.1 and how complying with digital accessibility guidelines…

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FAQ About Oneupweb’s Graphic Design and Website Redesign Services

How many small and medium-sized companies have professional graphic designers on staff? Not many. At Oneupweb, we fill that gap by working as an extension of our clients’ teams to provide beautiful, on-brand design work. When prospects reach out to us about graphic design for content marketing projects, business collateral or a website redesign, these…

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The Growing Appeal of the Gifographic: FAST Content Consumption

Content is everything and the quicker we can get the information to our audience, the better. As we all know, there are several ways of communicating via content, such as; blogs, website copy, brochures, power point presentations, white papers, podcasts, slide share, infographics, gifographics, etc. For the purpose of FAST content, we are focusing on…

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