Another day, another trend. Or anyway, that's how it seems, right? We see styles come and go and history often repeats itself or borrows from itself. Graphic design is no exception, Take, for example, the current "flat UI" trend sweeping across websites and mobile apps. It bears a striking resemblance to the "color blocking" trend appearing in fashion design for the past few years.
We all want higher web conversions and buttons that people actually click, right? After all, that’s what a website is all about – getting a user to take a desired action: buying a product, requesting a demo, making a donation, sharing your articles, becoming a customer. This week, I’ve gathered some articles about how to get better web conversions – utilizing design, buttons, content and layout.
Smartwatches are that new, cutting edge technology that we all salivate at the thought of, but based on what I’m reading, there’s little to no uniformity in the products. But what we do know is that they’re the future, apparently, and I want one, most definitely.
In 2005, Massachusetts resident Johnny Earle had an idea. A tasty idea. After very successfully selling T-shirts while touring with his metalcore band, “Johnny Cupcakes” decided to take his name off the road and onto the rack. The rest is history. Find out more about our brand idol, Johnny Cupcakes.
Is retina display the wave of the future? Probably. It really seems to be going that way with the current technology trends. Designers are going to have to start designing where none have designed before. This includes coding, too!
Politics aren’t really my thing. I don’t get into heated debates about it, I don’t go picket-lining, I don’t put stickers on my car, or post signs in my yard. I have only watched Meet the Press on accident. So yeah, you get the point. But I do believe in good design...
While watching the London games this summer, it dawned upon me that this year’s games’ logo was, well, not a favorite of mine. It’s hardly legible, to say the least! It look me a minute to even figure out what it was.
Lately, it seems that fewer and fewer people are purchasing tangible albums. If you've got iTunes gift cards, you might as well use them, right? Tangible albums may not matter as much, but good design will always play an important role in music. The question is, how?