What are your potential reasons behind the change? Whatever the change may be, understanding what your purpose or reason is behind the change is vital to creating a sustainably appealing and effective website moving forward. Your website is often the first impression a potential client will have of your business. In many instances it should be your highest performing sales rep. Your site is oftentimes your one and only chance to accurately convey who you are, what you do, and why your business is unique. For these reasons it’s critically important that the first step in redesigning your...
Website load time can mean you’re not only losing new users, but existing customers will also not want to wait around for your site to load. In such a fast-paced society, time matters and more so in this case, each second counts. Although losing users because of load speed can be extremely nerve-wracking, depending on your web hosting platform, you can still do a lot to improve your website speed.
The end of last year saw the Net Neutrality policies implemented by the FCC in 2015 effectively rolled back, opening the doors to a potentially different host of ways through which we will use the internet. That phrase -- “use the internet” -- is an intentional choice of words, intended to include not just the proverbial internet fast lanes and slow lanes, but more broadly, to encompass the ways in which we market brands, architect technical solutions, start (or shut down) companies, and build social interactions at a distance.
Who has never forgotten, or thought he forgot to turn the lights off in his living room, after leaving for work? Today, if you decide to invest in smart technology and the IOT, this becomes a problem of yesterday.
It’s an exciting time to be a designer – new technologies are enabling us to create more immersive experiences than ever, and society seems to have a taste for bold and unexpected aesthetics.
These five main marketing innovation trends of 2017 seem to be not just fleeting, but truly here to stay.
Shopify changed their checkout functionality so that customers will stay on a merchant’s own domain to checkout instead of being sent to checkout.shopify.com.
Facebook rolled out several small design changes to their interface – what does it mean for your business page?
Event recap - Earlier this summer, American Marketing Association Portland (AMA PDX) hosted Moda Health’s UX Strategy and Design Director, Ed Stojakovic, to give a summary talk covering the differences between working as a UX Designer at an agency vs an in-house corporate setting.
David Hughes discusses some of the insights that he was able to glean from the IRCE Conference in Chicago at the beginning of June.