More than just a logo. When you think of great products or companies, the visual image that forms in your mind is probably that of their mark; McDonald’s golden arches, Nike’s Swoosh and Coca-Cola’s wave. The inherent value of a… Continue Reading »
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Learning how to craft brilliant websites will take time and patience. There is no magic Adobe genie who will appear to grant you divine powers over Photoshop. Unfortunately it doesn’t work like that, and even if it did you should obviously ask for infinite wishes first. Prowess in Photoshop is developed by practice and study. […]
Emotion drives the users. Emotions make people share the content, make decisions quicker and pay money more confidently. It is not a rocket science to make a website emotional, and so gain huge benefits of it – sales, conversions, regular customers, donations, and finally traffic. We are going to highlight the meaning of emotional design, how to realize it in practice and which emotions can be actually evoked through a website. Types of Emotions and How to Evoke Each Emotions are negative
Dominating niches is actually pretty simple. It takes some legwork, and it takes hard work to get it going, but overall it’s pretty simple. Now, when I say “dominating a niche,” I mean you become a “go to” guy or gal for a specific industry. In our creative marketing agency, we’re starting to do this for a specific niche of food packaging. In the past, we’ve done it for fitness and a couple of other industries too. In fact, to
The client that you choose to take on defines you. Most of the problems in work can be avoided by taking the time to choose a client carefully. This means, you should know what you want out of your client relationships. Psychological approach is an effective strategy that can be used to read your clients’ personality. This is not an easy process when you are starting out. You will hear all kinds of advice about choosing a client but it really takes time and experience to make it good.
Making a favicon can be a real challenge if you have no direction. But with just a few simple steps, you can have a great favicon that brands your page and makes it easy to spot your site amongst a gallery of open tabs in someone’s browser. Favicons are typically 16 pixels by 16 pixels, [&hellip
Do you have any cool ideas that you want to implement in your business to spread its presence through the internet? The first essential step towards this will be a compelling and powerful startup website, but it is not an easy task to make a new website that is impressive enough to attract visitors. It […]
(Photo from Flickr user JD Hancock) I attended a high school that has an amazing visual arts program. We would regularly produce artwork, put it on the wall, and then gather around to say what we liked and didn’t like. More importantly, we …Continue reading →
I usually leave those blank coz I didn't think I stand in one part for certain. I can write from HTML + CSS + JS to Backbone.js and able to just code it up with PHP, ASP.net or Node.js, but still I'm responsible to design UX/UI from Photoshop to testing too. So in the end, I just chose to fit it in with a sarcastic of things I do, and end it with some cheesy bits :D. Here's mine : "I write sophisticated crappy code, did terrible design and make games. I am very busy and important."
If you find yourself at a crossroads and are unsure of your life’s purpose; do not fret. After all, understanding ourselves is one of the most difficult things in life. It is important to remember that because we are always changing, the path to self-awareness, enlightenment, and acceptance often need to be retaken and reexamined. Life comes with its challenges, and even if you may be having a difficult time, there is always hope. Analyze Yourself The first thing you should do before you s
“Until the 20th century, “reality” was everything humans could touch, smell, see and hear. Since the initial publication of the chartered electromagnetic spectrum… humans have learned that what they can touch, smell, see and hear is less than one millionth of reality.” Foreword by Niles Davis. Here at Destruction Of Cats Technologies, we bring you [...]
The book suggestion of this week is about the importance of change and how difficult that can be. The book is titled Switch: How to Change Things When Change Is Hard by Chip Heath and Dan Heath. I am a believer of the importance of trying new things in order to learn, sometimes we make mistakes sometimes we hit the bullseye, the only way to know though is by trying and changing. Why is it so hard to make lasting changes in our companies, in our communities, and in our own lives? The primary ob
Mobile apps are currently hotter than any burn degree classification. Thankfully we don’t need a visit to the ICU to handle such intensity, but it does seem like everyone & their grandma is obsessed with mobile apps while in comparison I can’t think of the last time someone I know got a 3rd degree burn. […]
Ideas, ideas, ideas. Creative professionals are brimming with them. There are many ideas we have each day that we know we may never get to actually follow through on, yet we’d like to record them somehow just in case. via Pixabay Every designer has their own, special way to keep ... Continue reading »
Style guides of yesteryear are typically thought of as design-oriented documents focusing on branding and color usage. But with the advent of insanely large codebases for websites like Facebook or Google’s vast array of products, style guides have since evolved. These days, living style guides contain always up to date documentation of the current code […]