Blog Posts About Website Design

User Experience Design: What Every Marketer Needs to Know

  One of the exciting – and sometimes daunting – challenges that’s evolved from the digital age is that businesses are constantly given more and better ways to communicate with customers and prospects. Relaying brand messages and creating engagement are two of a marketer’s most critical job responsibilities, so this expanded reach impacts these professionals […]
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Adaptive design or progressive enhancement?

A lot of business blogs will suggest that you start your web development conversation by deciding whether you need to build either a responsive or an adaptive website. There’s some confusion inherent in asking that question, as responsive and adaptive design aren’t opposites. Responsive means creating a site that works well and looks good on […]
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Ticketmaster: Making the Case for a UX Transformation

You’d be hard pressed to find anyone who has never done business with Ticketmaster, and even harder-pressed to find diehard fans. From a PR perspective, it’s definitely not easy being Ticketmaster. The giant ticket broker has been a lightning rod in the entertainment world, generating waves of negative feedback over the years regarding its fees […]
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Website Tips From the Peanut Gallery

There are several important aspects to consider when setting the strategy of your online experience. Regardless if your strategy is a mobile first one (which I recommend) or not, there are several things you should consider. Imagery The User Experience Textual content   Imagery 1. Make sure the people in your website imagery reflect your […]
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Effective User-Friendly Touch-First Web Design

Simplify Remember that touch controls are about direct manipulation Make sure your touch targets are BIG Do not rely on Hovering Give feedback and guidance where possible   Simplify Strip out excess design elements and distracting content. Make content the primary focus. Make the calls to action distinctive and touch-able.   Remember that touch controls […]
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