Being a graphic designer, you’re already familiar with the use of color theory and how it goes hand to hand with graphic design. We are taught that each color affects us in a different way. However, that is not always the case.
Color may play a role, like sending out a particular message, but results from a study show that mostly, color is used to “fit” what is being advertised.
Have you ever known how well your competitors rank in Google? Part of successful content marketing strategy is to look what you competitors do and do it better yourself.
Of course, you can write great content and hope for Google to rank it high in SERPs. But it would be inefficient. Instead, you can copy information from your competitors, save your time and stay updated about industry trends.
So what are the most overused fonts in 2016? It’s possible that nobody told you this. It’s possible you’ve never considered it. Yet, there are certain rules when it comes to writing.
Specifically, the practical, the mundane, or the literal writing. Typing words onto a blank page is a process in and of itself. It needs to be exhaustively checked and that means looking at the typeset.
Maintaining a blog is a colossal work. It sounds as a truistic statement just to feed the vanity of the bloggers, but it’s not the case. I started a year ago a web design blog and I expected that its administration would consume much time and resources.
In spite of all my preparations, I underestimated how much time and resources I should allocate for running the blog: promoting the blog posts takes much time than writing them, the homepage is never completely designed,and the monetization is a complex task. These are just a few lessons I have learned from this experience.
How do UX professionals define conversion optimization?
According to Jeff Gothelf, author of Lean UX book, conversion optimization is about “finding the right mix of value proposition, call to action and price point to convince a customer to take a deeper level of engagement with your product or service.”
Coding is where the future is at, globally as well as individually. There are no ‘ifs’ or ‘buts’ about it. Afraid for your job, worried about globalization and frightened you won’t be able to make ends meet in the years to come? Then future-proof yourself by learning how to code.
It is open to anybody, no matter what their age, the sex or the color of their skin, it earns good money, with the average software developer getting in the neighborhood of 100k per year, and is a sector that’s expected to continue growing at 22% until 2022.