Category Archives: Web Design Guidelines

How to Brief Your Designer (Even If You’re Still Figuring Out What You Want)

Emily Marchant — November 5, 2018 — November 5, 2018 In the early stages of a digital project, you’ll usually be invited to discuss your ideas with your designer — which is great, unless you haven’t really had any yet! In this guide, we’ll explain the information a designer will request, and where to find … Continue reading How to Brief Your Designer (Even If You’re Still Figuring Out What You Want)

How to Make A Website Redesign Successful: A Marketing Consultant’s Perspective

Christopher Hutchens — September 14, 2018 — September 14, 2018 Websites are fun, helpful, and probably the best tool that a company has as its disposal. But there are things you need to keep in mind as you start designing, or redesigning, your website. Now, we’re going to assume that your business already has a … Continue reading How to Make A Website Redesign Successful: A Marketing Consultant’s Perspective

3 Websites with Amazing User Experiences And Why The Hell You Should Care About UX Anyway

Jeff Lewis — August 9, 2018 — August 9, 2018 Google provides a wonderful experience for their users. Just before I began writing this blog article, I googled “user experience.” Just like that, my answer lay before me in a cute little package at the top of my search results. (Well, after a few ads … Continue reading 3 Websites with Amazing User Experiences And Why The Hell You Should Care About UX Anyway

A Content-first Approach to Redesigning Your Firm’s Website

Tim Asimos — August 2, 2018 Follow @timasimos — August 2, 2018 27707 / Pixabay “Content-first” is a philosophy that leading digital agencies have adopted to guide their clients’ websites in a more efficient direction and to ultimately create a better user experience (UX). Naturally, a content-first approach recognizes content (messaging, copy, images, video, downloadables, … Continue reading A Content-first Approach to Redesigning Your Firm’s Website