Author: Chris Staunton
We’ve been talking about…
We have a confession to make: we’re constantly encouraging our clients to make regular updates to their blogs and yet, while we’ve been busy delivering all our clients’ stories online, we’ve neglected our own.
Finding inspiration for blog topics can be tough. Sometimes it feels like you’ve exhausted everything you have to say about your industry, niche or area
Wait. What? Then who do I ask to design my website? A web designer, that’s who. Graphic designers are not necessarily web designers.
Design inspiration can come from anywhere: from the arrangement of petals on a flower to the fortuitous way the books on your shelf have ended up. But as graphic designers, we have our go-to places we first turn to when we need a bit of creative inspiration.
Our web address is inthebox.marketing. We chose this domain for a few reasons: it’s great for SEO as one of our industry keywords is in the domain; it says who we are and what we do in the most concise way possible; and it’s a bit different. Since using this domain however, we’ve encountered a few issues which we really didn’t expect…
There’s so much jargon in marketing that we thought it would be fun to do a bit of jargon-busting whilst creating our very own marketing-themed
A lot of the people we speak to about Twitter are at the same point in their relationship with the microblogging platform: they know they want to use it, they get that it’s useful, and they’re excited about having made the bold decision to go live. But then they stall, because they have nothing to say.
Back in the day – alright, about 4 years ago – web designers and developers faced an issue: how to use icons throughout a website without creating tons of tiny images. Images slow sites, are bitmap-based (so can’t be enlarged without loss of quality), are fiddly to make, can’t be re-coloured easily, can’t be animated easily and so on.