Richard Calvert — January 16, 2020 I love negative space. Designers everywhere know about the hidden images within the Toblerone and FedEx logos that unlock the subliminal power of the brand’s purpose. Less well known are the logos of The Food Writers Guild, Spartan golf clubs and ED (Elettro Domestici). Look them up, discover the … Continue reading Why Business Growth Relies on the Acceptance of Negative Space
Zach Heller — August 3, 2018 Follow @zheller — August 3, 2018 If you have participated in any conversations about design, you’ve likely encountered the term white space. Likelier still, you’ve heard a designer talk about white space in a positive way. And if you are like me, you have heard the non-designers in the … Continue reading What’s the Deal with White Space?
Paul Trujillo — May 23, 2018 Follow @TruPaultx— May 23, 2018 Whether you are a retailer or a restaurant owner, inventory is the heart of your business. Without sales of the items in your warehouse or stockroom, your business simply can’t make money. If you feel the need to keep your shelves stocked, it’s certainly … Continue reading Don’t Waste Space, Manage Inventory
Jason Davis — October 25, 2017 Follow @weareelement502 — October 25, 2017 kulinetto / Pixabay UX Design – Part 1 – Design For Delight UX Design – Part 2 – Data Based Design UX Design – Part 3 – Emotionally Purposed Design UX Design – Part 4 – Design for Search White space … Continue reading UX Design: White Space
Kaitlyn Hammond — June 17, 2017 — June 17, 2017 Gaining exposure, clients, long-term customers, and new business is always on a small business owner’s mind. In fact, those key issues are elements that can make or break some small businesses financially. Another financial consideration for many small business owners lies in the space of … Continue reading Will Paid Ads Work for My Small Business? 5 Questions to Consider Before Choosing to Use Paid Ad Space
Kevin George — March 27, 2017 Follow @imkevin_monk— March 27, 2017 Apple is surely the top email client but your list also includes subscribers using other email clients like Outlook and web versions like office365, outlook.com, Hotmail, live and other web version of Outlook. Needless to say, emails render differently on every email client and … Continue reading How to Remove the Unnecessary Space Below the Image in Outlook.com/Hotmail/Live Web Emails?
Don Williams — November 10, 2016 — November 10, 2016 “There’s something wrong with your generation”. I can vividly remember my father saying this phrase to me many times during my youth. This lecture usually reared its head while we were casually chatting about my choice in music, or current celebrities, and most of all … Continue reading The New “Traditional” – Breaking Out of the Traditional Office Space
by Sean Hargrave, Staff Writer, September 21, 2016 How dumb do emails claiming to be smart actually have to be until someone calls time on them? I ask because there appear to be a lot of marketing bloggers talking about pet peeves with email this week. Whether it’s mass batching of generic content, links that … Continue reading Email Marketing Is No Space For Dumb Retargetting
by Devin PalloneAugust 23, 2016 Successful entrepreneurs are the heroes of the business world. They make their own rules and work with whom they like, when they like. They create their own destinies and sell products they love. Pursuing a passion and making a profit…the entrepreneur’s reality is most people’s dream. It’s a high-risk, high-reward … Continue reading Pull an Office Space: Quit Your Job Today (No, Really)
by Tobi Elkin, Staff Writer @tobielkin, July 27, 2016 About 90% of what people do on a mobile device occurs in-app, vs. 10% via the mobile Web. One of the most exciting areas of in-app advertising is working with native advertising on mobile devices. Jun Group is in the business of getting consumers to engage … Continue reading Native In-App Placements And Rewarded Video Play Well In Native Space