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There are now nearly 1.7 billion websites online, which provide a lot of different types of websites to study, but also a lot of confusion over which type and design will actually work best for you.
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Advertising is everything. Either if you have the products, services or information that works best or you want to sell to a niche audience or many people, one thing is sure: if nobody knows your service, it will not sell for itself. Nowadays, because of technology, there are more and more ways to advertise creatively....
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Choosing the right newsletter design isn't easy. There's a seemingly infinite number of designs out there, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. (And in many cases, more weaknesses than strengths.) Finding the right colors, shapes, text formats and image placements can take up a huge amount of time.
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Could you have ever imagined a technology that would transmit millions of Mb of data from your system to a myriad of globally connected devices in the blink of an eye?
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Animation and motion in web design are proving to be the biggest thing in recent years. Everywhere you look, there is some hint of movement – or actual movement in the form of a video or animated tidbit.
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Don’t be dismissive of that familiar presence at the top of your Facebook page. The humble Facebook cover (or ‘banner’, as it’s otherwise known) is valuable marketing real estate
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Now imagine a world with no design. The would mean everyone's home is the same shape and size. It would mean that all cars are the same and have no distinct band to differentiate them from one another.
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Visual art is always evolving. For example, there was a time when oil easel painting was a new, transformational medium. In the coming years, we’ll be unleashing the artistic potential of Virtual Reality.
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Not everything is what is seems at first glace. That is true also with brand logos...
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A poster is any piece of printed paper designed to be attached to a wall or vertical surface. Typically, posters include both textual and graphic elements, although a poster may be either wholly graphical or wholly text. Posters are designed to be both eye-catching and informative.
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