Monthly Archives: March 2012

Effective Design

One thing I learned quickly in client presentations is that design is subjective. Let me repeat that: design. is. subjective. My personal style is not necessarily the same as someone else’s, everyone has their own opinions of what makes a … Continue reading

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HTML 5 Logo Controversy

Working for a student union, I’m often tasked with combining several small (and large) elements into one all encompassing brand. Recreation, retail and services all somehow need to tie into one another. Each of the elements are different,but they all … Continue reading

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QR Codes

Oh, QR Codes [insert long sigh here]. I’ve been known to go on a rant in a meeting about how much I don’t think QR Codes aid marketing strategies. Part of this is because I don’t think many people actually … Continue reading

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Websites in a Mobile World

These days, it seems that almost every site needs to be mobile friendly. It has become an increasingly common form of viewing the web. My parents, nearing retirement, both use their iPhones to look up websites on the daily. Are … Continue reading

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Working with the fold

I have to put it out there, I’m a fan of going below the fold in a web design. I think the percentage of people who scroll to the bottom of the page is higher than most realize. I’m not … Continue reading

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Menus & Hierarchy

The smell of spring break is still in the air and I just discovered I did wrong week’s blog posts- oops! Guess everyone will have to wait in anticipation until I repost them next week. So, hierarchy… I wouldn’t personally … Continue reading

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