One of our recent articles offered advice on how to grow your audience through content marketing. But what if your products or services aren’t particularly “entertaining” in the first place and you’re stuck for ideas? Here are some tips that can help.
Unless you work in the food, beverage or manufacturing industries, you may not take much notice of the way products are packaged and presented on supermarket shelves.
Subconsciously though, as you reach for a product you will be registering things like colour, attractiveness of product images, and how easily you can see the information you need to know to decide on your purchase.
Multinational software company Adobe has announced that its latest pieces of hardware, Projects Mighty and Napoleon, will be released in the first half of 2014.
A campaign started on IndieGoGo aims to bring old school photography and traditional dark room developing techniques to the new age of technology.
The Enfojer is a portable smartphone photographic enlarger. It allows you to develop photographs from your smartphone at home without using any film. In an original enlarger, the film’s negatives are always the photographic source that will become enlarged, but by using the Enfojer your smartphone is the negative film.
Tumblr is a microblogging platform and social networking website. In other words, tumblr is another version of blogger, but so much better and much more exciting. If Instagram and Blogger had a baby, tumblr would be that baby. Tumblr allows you to express yourself in whatever way pleases you – text, photos (which is the most popular), quotes, videos, audio, providing links to your followers or even chatting (which is rarely used).
Design an Ad is a Fairfax Media initiative that drags local school students away from computer screens and asks them to put pencil to paper.
I know that it sounds a little bit like a weird title, but it is true.
As we are getting better and progressing with the ever evolving web design and development universe, we are creating a richer user experience and more interesting elements within our designs and development processes. Problem is, we are also creating more problems.