When designing a website there are many things to consider before the development process begins.
“You need it to make a great first impression, or you may never be given the chance to make a second.” Ain’t that the truth? (Perhaps I haven’t made a good first impression with that vernacular.) The saying applies to many, many things, but it’s something our CEO has said when specifically talking about good web design, saying that you should “think of your Web site as your welcome mat, or your virtual storefront.”
It’s August, and for the marketers and media planners of the world whose fiscal follows the calendar, it’s time to start pulling the big reports—figuring out what appears to have worked and what didn’t is staring us square in the face.
How to be self sufficient with part of your marketing efforts.
As designers we strive to create something that’s going to guide a consumer to some kind of action. Designer Dan Lockton and Professors David Harrison and Neville A. Stanton have put together a design toolkit based on feedback from their blog, Design with Intent. The project is officially titled Design with Intent: 101 Patterns for Influencing Behavior Through Design.
Oneupweb will be hosting a Live Strategy Session focusing on web design on January 27th, 2010, at 2pm EST.
Choosing the right design agency to manage your creative and marketing efforts is a daunting task. Here are a few things you can do to get yourself ready.
Yesterday marked the release of the new Google Nexus One phone, which may change the landscape of the Smartphone industry as we know it.