INSPIRED BY DIFFERENCE.
“All ideas are secondhand, consciously and unconsciously drawn from a million outside sources.” – Mark Twain
Admittedly there are a limited number of ideas floating about in the ether. The key to inspiration, though, is how we remix, recreate and remold these ideas to create a different and new expression. It’s the essence of the entrepreneurial spirit — the inspiration that drives us. Inspiration is the spark, when observing something that causes us to think just a little bit differently and apply an idea in a new way. What do you need to bring inspiration to life, so that it fuels a marketable idea? Inspiration requires deeper thinking, a fit with strategy and culture, a well-articulated vision and the ability to effectively communicate that vision as you turn it into a reality.
Avada Star Cosmetics
GREAT DESIGN MATTERS.
Ultimately, good design increases your company’s value, boosts sales, and puts your business in a better financial situation. Through building trust, making strong first impressions, building customer relationships, and even executing successful campaigns, good design helps make your business more profitable.
Digital design is a general term that is more relevant now than ever before. Put simply, any kind of design that appears in a digital format (on an app or website), rather than in print (on a physical page), is considered digital design.
Branding, by definition, is a marketing practice in which a company creates a name, symbol or design that is easily identifiable as belonging to the company. … There are many areas that are used to develop a brand including advertising, customer service, promotional merchandise, reputation, and logo.
Marketing refers to activities a company undertakes to promote the buying or selling of a product or service. Marketing includes advertising, selling, and delivering products to consumers or other businesses. Some marketing is done by affiliates on behalf of a company.
Girl Fight Athletic Apparel
RESULTS DRIVEN DESIGN.
Results driven design has three phases: strategy, launchpad and continuous improvement.
THE END USER MUST COME FIRST.
UX stands for “user experience.” When we say “user experience,” we’re referring to how humans interact with a product–online or in the physical world.
You encounter designed user experiences everywhere. On a surface level, everything from the way you interact with a software product to the location of an on-off switch and how it is shaped, is an example of elements that build UX. The sum of your interactions with a product becomes the experience that you have when you use that product.
A product’s success, therefore, is based on how users perceive it. While using a product, people usually evaluate their experiences in the following ways:
- Does this product give me value?
- Is it easy to use?
- Is it pleasant to use?
Whether or not individuals become regular users loyal to the product depends on the answers to these questions.
MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
I believe three things make a big difference in the relationship you have with your clients. They are: Trust, Honesty, and Respect.
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