Tag: design

weakest link

Most restaurant menus are bad. Really bad. If you’re a restaurateur, here are some tips to help you create your restaurant menu.

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good design and UX

I hate to be one of those redesign resistant people, but at first glance I don’t like the design changes of iOS7 announced this week at WWDC. My displeasure comes down to the loss of skeuomorphism and the flat design.

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web browser snobs

I wrote this post about web designers who are browser snobs 5 years ago. I’ve embarked on another project with a completely new set of web designers and I see attitudes haven’t changed. Sure. You can hate on Internet Explorer

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Four Online Marketing Mistakes Small Businesses Make (And How to Avoid Them)

The following is a guest post by digital marketing strategist Seth Spears. As a small business owner, when it comes to marketing your product or service online, there are two options: jump in feet first as an early technology adopter,

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recycling ideas

I led a daylong training for the Executive Directors of the American Advertising Federation back in 2008 at the AAF National Conference in Atlanta. This was their imaging for the conference: Flashforward to the present where the Wired Business Conference

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Design Singularity

Good stuff can be found over at the Design Singularity blog. One of the 3 points I make in my main keynote is that marketing begins with the product. It has to be built in to the design…not slapped on

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Design Basics

Via Scoble…I’ve always said that marketing by committee is never a good idea. This video parody shows what might have happened if Microsoft had designed the Ipod box. This is true for creating all your marketing pieces as well.The idea

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