Your eyes slowly focus onto that horrifying acronym “HTML”, your palms sweating from the anxiety of clicking this forbidden object. With a shaking hand, you and your noble steed (mouse) courageously venture into this alien world only to find an undecipherable mess of words and symbols; panic ensues. But fear not traveler! Together we will navigate through the forbidden land of HTML.
Are you ready to get thrown into the wilds of a design critique? Don’t worry. It’s not as scary as it sounds. The best thing you can do going into a critique is to keep an open mind. This can be one of the best ways to improve your craft as a designer.
Bank of Pontiac recently unveiled a new web site designed by LKCS. The new site was specifically designed to meet ADA accessibility guidelines, while being user friendly, informative, and compatible with mobile devices.
You may be asking yourself, since when has ADA applied to websites? The Americans with Disabilities Act requires that all public accommodations provide facilities and equipment that are readily accessible to, and usable by, people with disabilities. Through litigation, advocates have been working to extend access from the physical world to the web.
Your business’ logo is the identity of your company. Your logo may be the first thing people notice about your brand and you will want to make a great first impression. A good logo design should communicate something about the nature of your business, product, or service.
With the web constantly changing, you need to be the front runner in order to keep your customers and make a good impression with new ones. But updating a website can be difficult if you’re not familiar with programming or web design.
For many decades, the newsletter has been a powerful marketing tool. The first newsletters were distributed mainly by financial institutions offering advice on investing and money issues.