Nowadays, the Internet is present in almost all our daily activities, so getting a website is something common. Our online identity is so evolved that today can be odd not having at least a Facebook account. So, if you want to have a website, what do you do? Well, it depends. It depends on a
Having a good looking website can make the difference anonymity and popularity, but a great design it’s not all. Actually, if it is very well made and your website is getting increasingly more attention, then this can turn into a big problem.
Consumers online – like consumers everywhere – are befuddled with the sheer amount of information that finds a way into their conscious (and sometimes unconscious) minds. For marketers, making a splash or to come across as unique is certainly difficult. Marketers almost wish that they were natural attention seekers.
As some (or most) of you may know, a new critique site, Hunie, has recently launched in the design world. Hunie is a site that allows designers to improve their design work through critiques from peers. More so, the community is invite only and quite private allowing only other members of the site the ability
One of the leading tablet app publishing platform, Oomph, announced the launch of a brand new self-service marketplace for creating customized iPad app templates.
The online environment is one of the best venues for promoting a brand, an icon, a product or a company. There are many ways to reach out to a targeted audience, but the online presence of a company is one of the best approaches that one can take.