“How do I get my first job in advertising/design?” I think this is one of those questions that most senior creatives get asked all of the time. The truth is, there is no hard and fast way to get hired. Each person will have his or her own path into the industry, and each of […]
By Carissa Ng
What is UX? The Nielsen Norman Group best describes UX as an all encompassing aspect of an end user’s interaction with a company, it’s products and services. Follow Google’s #1 tip and provide the best user experience possible by ensuring your website is designed for your intended user. Code changes become increasingly expensive to implement […]
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For new businesses looking for explosive growth, the tracking and repeatability you can get from online marketing is very exciting but as it is so new, it can be hard to connect the dots. Want to learn more? Join us for lunch!
By Idris Fashan
Something that has become a critical issue has less to do with content and more to do with who the content is for.
By Kaylin Good
I have directed, produced, stage-managed, built props, sold tickets, hung lights, recorded audio, and even acted, sung and danced in a number of theatre productions — all of which lend to the overall construction of the user experience, but what does user experience mean in the world of web design-build?Well, let me tell you . . .
By Andie Smith
Keller Construction Ltd. launches its new website to inspire potential clients to imagine the possibilities. After a complete redesign and content strategy overhaul, Keller Construction’s website is aligned with its business goals of today.
There are many terrifying tales of the nightmares web developers and designers have suffered during their quest to reach project greatness. No one, I mean no one, has lived to tell of worse horrors than our Senior Web Developer, Tammy. Hear her story, witness her raw distress.
By Mark Yiu
Redeveloping a new website can be overwhelming, especially one as large as the Edmonton Journal. But following a few best practices doesn’t mean it has to be. We took an in-depth look at the new Edmonton Journal website and offer four takeaways for anyone considering a website redevelopment of their own.