Less than two weeks ago, Google released a much needed AdWords feature, officially within the mobile-first politics of the company: Expanded Text Ads.
Whether this is actually a mobile-first choice or not, it has been a necessity for a very long time especially for non-English markets. … Read all
Google warned us for a while: everybody is going mobile! Google Partners, in last handful of years, have received important, recurrent updates and insights from Google about everything mobile compared with desktop usage. Statistics showed a constant, persistent growth of mobile users. … Read all
When it comes to web applications and tools to help their businesses, clients need to make the right decision. Companies constantly and recursively need to take decisions as informed as they can be to ensure they enjoy a wealthy future hence will still be there in five or ten years’ time, and of course more. … Read all
Nope. This is not about some ancient Egyptian funerary traditions, Lovecraft’s textbook of magic or an unpublished crime novel from Agatha Christie.
No talking about Mrs (or Mr) Death here.
Well… Actually, there is some dead body in this story. … Read all
Do you know who your website’s typical users are?
Yes? If you never had in-depth Personas designed or analysed for your website, there is a chance you don’t actually know who they really are or miss some key points about them. … Read all
Recently, I was discussing UX Design with a Graphic Designer in the process of learning about Web Design. After few chats, he showed a particular interest in UX and we started talking about it. … Read all
Some days ago I was having a look at recent invitations on my LinkedIn account. There was a number of them coming from UX consultants and UX specialists whose pictures told me they are quite young.
This reminded me of something that happened about two years earlier. We were dealing with a PPC campaign and … Read all
I am a great fan of the Oatmeal’s story “How a Web Design Goes Straight to Hell“.
Design generally follows a variety of principles coming from psychology studies, photography and visual arts, etc. but … Read all
Have you ever heard of planned obsolescence or “built-in” obsolescence? Surely you have but, just in case you have not, it refers to products that are intentionally created with a limited lifetime, so you will buy one “a little newer, a little better, a little sooner than is necessary” (Brook Stevens). … Read all
Lately so many people are talking about “Responsive Web Design”.
Websites for Non-Profit
Bespoke Customised Websites
UX Analysis & Design
Applications Design & Development
Digital & Traditional Illustrations
Digital Animations & Video Editing
Pay-Per-Click (PPC) Advertising
Google AdWords & YouTube
PPC Campaigns Optimisation
Advertising for Non-Profits
Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)
Social Media Management
Advertising on Social Media
Digital Strategy & Consultancy
Visual Identity & Branding
Online & Printed Marketing