Explore what’s great about simple, classic webdesign in this article posted by Speckyboy.com!
“Apple pie has endured through the years because it’s something people easily understand. In the same way, a simple, classic design that doesn’t require your audience to think too hard to understand the message will still be relevant after years of fancy fluff and bad trends have come and gone.”
Check out our new website design and launch for Sapporo Sushi and Grill!
“Sapporo Sushi and Grill is a casual Japanese restaurant created by the owners of the former Sapporo Wind serving the Columbus and central Ohio area. They serve a variety of traditional Japanese food with a specialty in Sushi! Visit Sapporo Sushi and Grill today located in the Northridge Crossing Shopping Center in Westerville, Ohio.”
Here are some useful tips to keep in mind when trying to build a visual brand identity. More at Canva.com.
“Your brand identity is defined by how your audience perceives you. A long-standing analogy is to view your brand as a person. Let’s take it one step further and view your brand as a friend to your audience. And, instead of seeing your audience as a nameless, faceless crowd, focus on the one, ideal person that you’re targeting, or befriending, with your brand.”
ARM has developed a new processor that will give your smartphone 3.5 times the power! Read more about it at Mashable.com!
“The Coretex-A72 has 3.5 times the power and is 75% more energy efficient than the previous generation of processor, the A15, ARM says. The processor will begin to ship with smartphones and tablets in 2016. ARM also introduced a new graphics processor, the Mali-T880, which the company promises will bring “console quality gaming” to mobile devices.”
Check out these awesome examples of website testimonials, posted by Vandelay Design!
“Testimonials can be very powerful for helping to establish trust and encouraging visitors to buy, sign up, fill out a form, or take whatever action you are after. For websites and online businesses testimonials can be even more useful than traditional businesses because visitors are often skeptical or hesitant to trust someone online.”
Check out these Save The Date mailers that we designed for Rose-Mary Center! While you’re at it, swing by Rose-Mary Center’s newly designed website that we recently launched at Rose-MaryCenter.com.
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Check out our new website design and launch for Business Writing Institute!
“For 26 years, the Business Writing Institute has been providing writing skills workshops for employees, professionals, leaders–anyone who writes on the job. We also offer award-winning writing and editing services for clients in every industry & profession. A division of Nancy Flynn Public Relations, Inc., a certified woman-owned small business (WOSB), the Business Writing Institute is the go-to training solution for clients worldwide.”
Here are a few examples of how to incorporate hidden menus in website design, posted by Designmodo!
“Use of a Navicon is a web design trend that forces us to take a look at navigation menus, their place in design and role in user experience. Although the concept does not diminish its significance and importance of navigation, it can provide designers and developers with more creative freedom.”
Do you know what today is? It’s Throwback Thursday! And in honor of Throwback Thursday it’s only fitting that we present to you this collection of images of Robintek throughout the years! Enjoy!
“Robin Technologies is a family owned web development, multimedia and technology company with offices located in Worthington, Ohio. In business since 1998, Robintek is the primary web developer for over 250 Ohio Companies and has done work for many more. The web is a powerful avenue that can change the way you do business and Robintek would like to show you how. We can offer much more than a basic web design.”
Check out our new website design and launch for Rose Mary Center!
“Rose-Mary Center continues the ministry of Jesus Christ by nurturing individuals with disabilities and celebrating love, family, dignity and faith within the community. Owned and operated by the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland, Rose-Mary Center provides services to all people regardless of race, sex, religion, national origin, or disability. Rose-Mary Center today is the product of a long list of volunteers, professionals, trustees, organizations, religious and clergy whose skill, commitment and energy have become a reputable part of RMC’s history.”