Launching a new website is an exciting time for your business. It opens up plenty of opportunities to expand your marketing strategy and connect with your ideal audience. As such, it’s only natural that you want to promote your website and use it in your social media profiles. But, linking to an unfinished website can make you look unprofessional. So how do you continue your marketing efforts and start collecting leads while your website is being built?
Minimalism will always be a key component of modern digital design. Where applied with consideration and in appropriate circumstances, minimalism can serve to simplify a product or service to the point where it becomes easier to use.
Build a presentation that’s as impressive as your ideas. Default Apple Keynote templates may be enough to impress your peers as part of an internal presentation, but getting customers to take you seriously requires something more.
In this quick tip we’re going to talk about mockups; more specifically, the kind of mockups that you’d create in order to demonstrate a UI design for an app or website. There are plenty of resources around on the web where you can find mockup assets, but The Mockup Club takes things a step further by curating high quality, free mockup templates for you to use in your projects. Let’s quickly dive in:
When it comes to your online store, design matters. Your online store is the face of your brand. It should make your visitors feel welcome and encourage them to explore all the products you offer. An attractive design shows customers that you care about their experience and helps build trust, which can increase conversion rates.
As a web designer, when I ask clients about their timeline for launching their new website, the usual response is: “As soon as possible.” This makes perfect sense as every business wants to put their best foot forward when it comes to their website. But there are often challenges in taking a website from concept to finished product in short order.
Adobe After Effects remains the go-to tool for creative professionals, motion artists and hobbyists alike. Its impressive tools and functionality, reliability and wide adoption allowed it to remain popular among industry professionals. To that extent, we’ve put together a list of some of the best items you can find, to help speed up your production workflow, increase quality and delight your audience, with some help from the unparalleled quality content you can find on our sites. As the world’s leading marketplace for After Effects templates, VideoHive enables you to find some of the best quality assets around. Below are some of the most sought after assets to add to your collection.
Just as art can take many forms, an artist’s website can serve many purposes. First and foremost, if you’re an artist, your online home should provide a showcase of your work. But there are other key functions that can enhance the user experience, while ensuring that your talents are also financially (and otherwise) rewarding.
Running an online store is a great way to get your products in front of a large audience. However, it can also be time-consuming when you take into consideration the time you spend on fulfilling orders, keeping track of your inventory, and marketing your store.
In today’s screencast I’m going to show you how to create an animated particle background. Particles are a great alternative to standard hero sections on a web page; you might have seen them used on sites like marvelapp.com for example, and you could also use this effect for creating snowfall.
It’s been a big year. To recap, we’ve put together this list – curated by the team at ThemeKeeper – of our top ten trends of the year, and predictions for what will be popular in 2018. Of course, there’s a lot more that happened in 2017 than what’s in this top ten.
The 2018 Pantone color of the year is Ultra Violet, an ‘inventive and imaginative’ shade of purple. It’s a shade that Pantone calls complex, contemplative, provocative, and thoughtful. In their dramatic unveiling of the 2018 Color of the Year, Pantone makes references to pop culture, politics, and the cosmos. It’s a tall order for a color, but we’re on board.
A website, first and foremost, must be user-friendly. At the very basic level, that means visitors to your site should be able to navigate through its content with ease. How users interact with various elements should be intuitive and content should be easy to read. Above all, the goal is to help guide users to where they want to go.
At ThemeKeeper, we’re committed to making the internet a more diverse and accessible space for everyone. This December marked the 2017 International Day of People with Disability, with the theme of “transformation towards sustainable and resilient society for all.”