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Your logo design questionnaire is one of the first things your client will see. Learn how to create a professional logo brief in this post.
You’ve just completed your website design or redesign and are almost ready to launch your site live. But wait! Before you take your website live, there are some usability tests you should run to ensure your site visitors experience a seamless website that hits all the points to convert visitors into customers.
Mari Kondo from the Netflix series “Tidying Up” has made millions from inspiring us to organise our homes, roll our towels and keep only the things that spark joy. While websites don’t house our treasured possessions, if we took the time to organise them well, they would spark joy for the user. The thing is, … Read more
Collecting content from clients is one of the biggest bottlenecks in the web design process. The problem of getting meaningful content on time isn’t just limited to websites, though. Any project that requires significant input from the client is susceptible. Running a digital agency, this can be just about anything. In this post, we’ll talk … Read more
A website design questionnaire is one of the first touch points you have with your clients. It’s arguably the most important thing to get right in the entire web development process. It helps you understand your client’s wants and needs. If you don’t know what your client needs, the project might be doomed before it has even started. Check out this post for tools, questions to ask and to download our template to use with your clients.
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