If you notice website colors looking different on various monitors and devices, there is a great reason! No matter what you do to pick the best colors for your website, it isn’t possible to guaranty color consistency on every digital screen.
Whether or not to use a template for websites is one of the most common questions and observations in the last few years. There are pros and we are going to give you the straight story: Good, Bad and Ugly.
We love making and changing things. There are BIG changes coming your way on various new creative project and content types. Everything is created by and for graphic and web designers, fine artists and even classic DIYer’s!
Everyone wants to get some ideas for their business. It happens all the time and is one of the most common getting-started questions. Since a service provider’s only commodity is their time, “picking their brain” isn’t as simple as it sounds. Here’s why.
Your website will look the same on every browser. There are millions of computers, laptops, tablets, and smartphones in use today. Each user customizes settings, resolution, and many other factors affect how your site looks.
I am drowning in email and other forms of business communications. Working efficiently and seamlessly across all platforms is crucial to business success. After trying several alternative resources and tools, I evaluated my time spent on messaging (of all kinds) and here, I share my experiences; good, bad, and ugly.