Check out this list of 50+ Minimal logo designs from the past and present posted by Web Designer Depot!
“Simple and clean designs can sometimes have an even bigger impact than a logo that has a lot going on. Good use of form and negative space can go a long way toward creating a strong visual impression. Minimal logos can be easier for your customers to remember, too. Think of the simplicity of the Pepsi logo and how recognizable that is. Or the FedEx logo with it’s hidden arrow. Both are simple and clean (the newest incarnation of the Pepsi logo arguably less so), yet are instantly recognizable just by their shape and form.”
Camp Akita is a fantastic summer camp located 45 miles southeast of Columbus in Logan, Ohio. With 1200 acres of land, Camp Akita has plenty of room to accommodate events for kids, church retreats, school field trips as well as Corporate group retreats.
Here’s what Scott Walker, Director of Camp Akita, had to say about the work we did.
“Joe and the rest of the Robintek staff completely redesigned our website from dull, boring and hard to use into the best summer camp website I have ever seen. I told them the feeling I wanted when someone landed on our page and they nailed it.” Read more here!
Director of Camp Akita
The newest trend on the scene lately is the Fullscreen Responsive Menu. Simply put, it’s when a menu overlays the entirety of the screen. Check out these examples of Fullscreen Responsive Menus posted by Specky Boy!
“There really are a multitude of responsive navigation solution out there. Recently though, there has been a new trend emerging, namely the fullscreen responsive menu.”
Check out this interesting article outlining the best practices for single-page UX design posted by Design Modo!
“…single-page as a design trend is something entirely different. It removes clutter from a design, leaving a clear, but beautiful user interface with concise and focused content. From a UX perspective, there are both good and bad things about single-page design, but usually users love navigating these websites, which is already something to consider.”
Robintek has been working with various healthcare organizations to meet their online needs for over 10 years. We are uniquely able to solve the online challenges faced by healthcare organizations through our extensive experience in building custom websites that automate many business processes. From coordinating events and workshops to organizing employee and member information safely and securely, Robintek can make your healthcare business run more efficiently.
We love Wedding Photography. We understand that each photo that we capture not only captures a special moment but its a photo that will last a lifetime. That is a responsibility that we take serious. We’re so excited to share these photos from Stephanie and Chris’s wedding at WatersEdge. Thanks for letting us be a part of your beautiful day!
Check out this article that Web Designer Depot posted that explains what style guides are and why your brand needs one.
“A lot of designers and creatives overlook the need for a brand style guide (also called a brand bible by some, or included as part of a brand bible) — something that gives a clear set of rules for how the marketing materials online, and off, should look.” Read more here!
Did you know that we also create Custom Presentations? Robintek offers a variety of custom presentation services and is always able to work with our clients to create unique custom presentations outside the range of our normal services.
- Custom PowerPoint Presentations
- Demonstration Video
- Art Direction
Check out our portfolio here at Robintek.com for more information!
Check out this colorful collection of illustrations featuring major cities from around the world, posted by Specky Boy!
“Mexican artist Aldo Crusher has recently designed an inspiring collection of illustrations of all the major cities of the world, entitled “Cosmopolis“. He has combined his unique conceptual illustration style, which is the use of geometrical primitives such as points, lines, and shapes to represent buildings and famous monuments of each metropolis, with beautiful colors.”