Posts Tagged ‘user experience’

The Most Underutilized Question in Web Design

Lauren Nelson | September 8th, 2016 user_experience_design

  Web design has come a long way since the days of Angelfire chaos. We’ve learned a lot about what appeals to those surfing the web, and how they use their sites once they get there. Those lessons gave rise to a moniker that’s all too familiar these days: UX. In truth, the user experience […]

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Four Frequently Neglected Elements of Branding You Can’t Afford to Ignore

Lauren Nelson | July 19th, 2016 BrandingPortfolio

  When we talk about branding, we tend to talk a lot about marketing. We talk about logos and colors and persona and promises — all elements of how we present ourselves. Those elements are obvious crucial elements of any discussion about branding, and those conversations are important to a company’s growth. That said, there […]

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Marketing and Selling to Squirrels

Ross Kimbarovsky | March 19th, 2013

Attention span is the amount of time a person (or animal) can concentrate on something without becoming distracted. The attention span of a squirrel is one second. The attention span of a squirrel focusing on an acorn is 4 minutes, a huge increase! We’ll discuss acorns later (trust me, acorns are relevant to our conversation!), […]

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crowdSPRING’s Twitter Roundup For Graphic, Web and Industrial Designers

Ross Kimbarovsky | August 19th, 2010

Every day on the crowdSPRING Twitter account and on my Twitter account, I post links to posts or videos about logo design, web design, startups, entrepreneurship, small business, leadership, social media, marketing, and more! Here are the links that I’ve liked and shared this past week about graphic design and web design. The image is […]

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