Building a Small Business Website for Your Specific Customers
Have you ever been to a website that made you feel as if you were
an outsider looking in? The images, the design elements and even
the copy were all about the company. It wasn't welcoming or
inviting and it didn't help you see how these particular products
and/or services could help you. Those are sites I refer to as "company-oriented."
How to Plan and Make a Website's Navigation Bar
The Web is interactive. As a visitor, you get to determine where
you go and what you see. One of the most important features of
every website is its navigation, and its navigation that gives
the controls to the visitor.
The navigation bar is a grouping of the main sections of your
site. It's important that every page has the same navigation
bar. Don't make the user think by having to relearn the system
when they get to a new page. Don't confuse the visitor.
Consistency builds trust and facilitates finding what's desired.
Reasons For Using Website Background Music
Are you setting a new website for your product but don't know if you
should include songs in it? Well, here are some of the reasons for
using website background music.
How to Choose a Web Designer
You have the often unenviable task of finding someone to build your
website. Chances are you know little to nothing about web design
and, let's face it, you don't even know what you don't know.
The Psychology Of Color In Web Design
Particular colors spark certain emotions and feelings within all of us.
While there are some guidelines that any designer, including a web
designer, can follow, it is also important to remember that cultural
and regional differences may mean that the same color sparks a different
reaction in different groups of people.
How To Find And Select The Right Graphic Designer For Your Project
Your ebook is almost ready and you realize you'll need a stunning cover
to promote it. The problem is, you don't have the skills or software
to make one.
It's time to start looking for a graphic designer. Shopping for one is no different
than shopping for any other product or service online.
Web Design - The Importance Of Planning A
From the earliest days of internet communication
organizations and business individuals have keenly
established the World Wide Web as being the most popular
avenue in bringing themselves to the attention of
Types of Logos: Text, Symbol and Combination Logos
There are three basic types of logos: text, symbol, and
combination logos. The type of logo that will work best for
your company depends on a number of considerations, such as
the size of your company, the uniqueness of your name, and
a variety of other factors
13 Tips for Finding a Graphic Designer
Are you ready to hire someone to design your logo,
collaterals, or artwork for your website? Well, here's just
the information you need to get the best results from
hiring your first or your first successful graphic
Good Design Doesn't Get Done In A Day:
Part 1 of 2
Lead time is one of the most often overlooked aspects of a
design project. For some projects it's not a huge concern you just need to get your designs reasonably quickly so you
can start marketing. You should expect quick service from
Good Design Doesn't Get Done In A Day:
Part 2 of 2
Time for other vendors' work. Writing, proofreading and
photography have to happen before the design portion of a
project can begin. Get timeline estimates from all vendors
and make sure that everyone involved in the process knows
when their deadline is.
Coaching Tips for Powerful Presentations
It is an awesome responsibility and privilege to address an audience
as a speaker. If you are a coach or business professional who
wants to enroll clients from the platform, you need to connect
and engage with an audience quickly and show them the benefits
of working with you.
Paint Your Web Site's Sales Message with Color!
Color theory, to keep it simple and not too geeky, could be described
as the study of the cultural symbolism ascribed to various colors.
It is the study and discipline that graphic and more recently web
designers, use to symbolize the business identity and purposes of
a web site.