Minimalism: A modern approach to website design

One has to remember that there’s a fine line between minimalism and a website that looks unfinished or boring. A minimal website design looks simple at first look but has every element thought out thoroughly and placed strategically.

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Brand Guidelines: Backbone of a Business Identity

The elements together, which are divided into style guides for copy and style guides for visuals, need to be in concert. For example, the choice of colors for your brand will be used in the logo, in the typography and in the design of the website.

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Presentation and the fickle ways of the Internet World

Today, design has become a vital element of online presentations be it in the form of company profiles, ecommerce stores, magazines, and even craigslist. Presentation has dominated the world of web design as it is now considered as the first and foremost way to grab the reader’s attention that urges him/her to scroll further down to learn more rather than bouncing off immediately.

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Storytelling: The right way to do it

'How you present it' is what makes all the difference. If you really have to grab someone’s attention and make a lasting impression, you have to touch their hearts; because human beings are emotional by nature and will respond to emotions.

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Business Success with Data Visualization and Use of Infographics

Nowadays, design is playing an increasingly important role in creating value for businesses; and infographics is an important part of the design philosophy. Businesses today use infographics in presentations and trainings to clarify messages and simplify communication.

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The Bold and the Beautiful: A New Niche of Digital Illustrations

Playing with bold colors and geometric shapes is the new interest for many illustrators today. One such artist is Samy Halim who likes to create brilliant artwork on the digital medium and makes it look like traditional paintings.

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From Attention Seeking to Presentation

The businesses that are highly ambitious are always aiming towards pitching their ideas to potential clients. Most of the time, the first step isn’t an actual pitch. Rather, you need to send a pitch deck to the relevant department of your potential client to see if they are interested in your offerings.

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Designs that Solve problems

For him, architecture is nothing short of pure creation which, with the right vision and effort, can be put concrete reality and it is amazing how he manages to bring seemingly mutually exclusive concepts together, effortlessly. While critics call his work provocative and outrageous, the very fact is that all his designs are geared towards a particular problem or potential.

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The "Mad Scientist" behind one of the best storytelling product design

On top of his problem-solving and exceptional storytelling abilities, Tinker was never shy of dreaming big. He always had one eye set on the future of the shoes. Shoes, that were smart enough to sense what was required of them. And that is where his work on the movie “Back to the Future” came in handy.

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