Top 5 Digital Marketing Trends of 2014 Navneet Kaushal | Posted on Clickz.com http://www.clickz.com/clickz/column/2309955/top-5-digital-marketing-trends-of-2014Marketing in this era is a brutal dog-eat-dog world, but there just isn’t any dearth of opportunities. There are many vistas and glittering stars for consumers to turn … Continue reading
October 17, 2013 by Ekaterina Moustafina
Are you fresh out of school and thinking of ways to add to your work portfolio on a part-time basis, or have you worked for an agency for the past 10 or more years and are now ready to stand on your own two feet and take advantage of the experience you’ve acquired? Whatever your situation might be, every designer has at least once in his life considered going freelance. Just think about it: working with the clients you want, on the projects you choose and at the time that’s convenient for you. Wouldn’t that be wonderful? Before you do, or do not decide to make the transfer, there are a few things you must take into account.
December 09, 2013
Instructor Jeremy Osborn recently posted this to the Forum for our Responsive Web Design course.
If you’re reading this you probably don’t need a lot of convincing that responsive web design is the way to go. However you may be part of an organization that does need convincing. In that case, the evidence continues to mount that more people are accessing the web on mobile than ever before, AND the rate of increase from year to year is downright staggering.
In today’s creative and technical environment, the terms “UI” (User Interface) and “UX” (User Experience) are being used more than ever. Overall, these terms are referring to specialties and ideas that have been around for years prior to the introduction of the abbreviated terminology.
But the problem with these new abbreviations is more than just nomenclature. Unfortunately, the terms are quickly becoming dangerous buzzwords: using these terms imprecisely and in often completely inappropriate situations is a constant problem for a growing number of professionals, including: designers, job seekers, and product development specialists. Understanding the proper separation, relationship and usage of the terms is essential to both disciplines. Keep Reading
Improve your skills with these InDesign tutorials, covering live captions, brochure design, animated layouts, and more! Adobe’s digital publishing platform InDesign has a ton of features which enable you to create everything from stylish brochures to eye-catching posters; newsprint publications to unique … Continue reading
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