Articles in the Design Category
Design, Graphic Design, Social Media »
Back in late 2010, a set of vintage advertising posters for social media sites made the rounds of a few advertising and design websites.
The round shaped coins must have a lot of benefits that other figures such as a triangle or a square don’t. Also, non-rounded coins may have many demerits. Aside from those, travelers and other people who are not accustomed to the currency would be able to easily remember how much each of these coins is (as long as she knows how to read pie charts).
Urban farming is a fast growing phenomenon where the typically rural practice of agriculture is brought into the city. The picNYC table goes one step further and brings the rural experience of picnicking not just in the city, but into the apartment.
Web Design »
When we are asked to design a website, the majority of our clients are very concerned about the look of their homepage. They want to showcase as much as possible of their company and forget about the message they want to send to their potential client.
SEO, Web Design »
If you ask people if they are happy with their website performance, 9 out of 10 people will start talking about the amount of traffic they generate to their website. And in most cases number 10 will tell you that his nephew is responsible for the website and that he thinks it looks great. And this is where it all goes wrong.
In general the success of a website is measured by the amount of traffic of a website. The same phenomenon is seen in social media where people collect followers …
Web Design »
James Basson from Scape was very clear in the fact that he thought that a picture says more than a 1.000 words. So our task was to give the image material a prominent role in the design. Using 2 different page templates for more or less copy and big images with thumbnails to start a light-box showing all images did the job.