Marketing projects often require some input from your team, your managers, and others. After all, design is a collaborative process.
Photos and images are a critical part of social media management and some other aspects of your online marketing. While we, of course, recommend working with professionals, we also know a lot of Raleigh business owners need to DIY sometimes.
Sometimes you are struggling for the words to convey what you mean about a design we’re creating. Here is how to talk to us about the vision you see for your website or project.
If you do not actively have a website, get going already. If you have a website but are not seeing its benefits, it might be time to consider a rebuild. Either way, there are important things to consider when building or rebuilding your online presence.
You’ve got a website and are on all the major social media platforms — Facebook, Twitter, Instagram. But does it feel like you’re not getting many leads or much customer engagement? Then it may be time for a revamp.
The Internet. Have you heard of it? We thought so. But maybe you haven’t heard of Internet evolution. The concept isn’t difficult to understand, but we marketers are paying close attention to the different stages. Web 1.0 started it all and Web 2.0 picked up the pieces and turned the Internet into what we know today. Now, we are looking at Web 3.0.
Looking to build or revamp your website? Read all about what the experts in visual design best practices.
We want you to end up with a website you love. But our goal is also to create a beautiful and USEFUL website for you.
We all judge a book by its cover and your customers are no different. If your website design lacks consistency and professionalism, a study shows 94% of consumers will doubt the legitimacy of your business and postpone or cancel any purchase decisions. Say no to clutter!
Does your website accomplish your real goals? While good design, content and navigation are important, creating a business website requires one more important thing: a specific goal. The DofM explains that many company’s want their website to do one thing, but end up with another.