I am not one to make new year’s resolutions but I do seek new milestones each and everyday throughout the year. In wishing you a happy new year, I share some simple everyday resolutions.
Are you able to build credibility with your site visitors in under 50 milliseconds?
Because that’s what it takes!
Creating a positive experience on your site is important because when we disrupt visitors from
getting what they’ve come for, they quickly move on to something else and forget about you.
Here are 10 powerful ways for you to improve your website’s user experience.
This is the Google visual brand / brand. It is simple, childlike and friendly as they want their brand to be perceived. Is this a good perception? They think so and they have given us detailed info on their reasoning!
Google Inc has rebranded as Alphabet, with the new corporate identity being used to operate a collection of businesses, including the search engine. Alphabet encompasses all.
The new brand mark is simple, strong, friendly and contemporary.
Consistency in the design of your brand’s marketing materials creates a sense of logic for your audience. People like consistency because they know what to expect. It helps aid their comprehension of your material. If your branded marketing pieces are distracting and confusing to scan, your audience won’t get your message. Inconsistency forces them to stop and process what the difference means, why it’s different, and if there is any reason to continue. Ease of interaction yields better experiences and, thus, the need for consistency. Read more
It’s a pretty lofty statement but design has come into its own in recent years. Embraced by everyone whether they are aware of it or not, great design makes the world easier to understand. It affects us all in more ways than we imagine. And we rarely give it much thought.
So here are my thoughts on how design makes the world a better place.
Your visual brand reflects in everything you do. Your unique identifiers should trigger recognition and serve as an instant connection to you. Smart people understand that everything visual stands for something in the mind of your target audience. Follow these guides and avoid these common mistakes with your visual brand assets and you will be on your way to making that brand connection you want. Read more
The simplest solution is often the most complex. A good logo might look as if it took merely a few minutes to design. If this were the case, one wouldn’t need a designer, would they? I’d like to share a brief synopsis of two logo development projects completed recently. I hope these will offer a bit of insight into how we achieved a simple, yet sophisticated, solution.