When designing a website, it is important to think through every possible way that users will be interacting with the website. The way they interact with the website is highly dependent on the way it is built. This might sound like a complicated process, but by breaking the process down into its core elements, we can understand it better. Thankfully, Jesse Garrett, an information architect, came up with a principle called Five Planes of User Experience.
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Why is Paid Advertising on Social Media Necessary?
If you’re a business owner or in the field of marketing or advertising, and you’re new to the world of social media paid advertising, this article is for you.
With more than 2 billion users across platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat, social media has seen an unprecedented explosion in growth the past decade. Creating content that stands out from the clutter and capturing enough attention and interest to be shared by multiple people is the hardest challenge for any social media marketer.
Social media has almost infinite potential for reaching specific, targeted audiences. At this point, many marketers have already conceded to the fact that “boosting” a post or investing in paid ads is really the only way to get people to see your content outside of a handful of dedicated followers to your profile. Read More
If you work as a designer, musician, writer, photographer, or as any other artistic profession, you have probably been asked to “be creative.” But, what is meant by the word creative?
It means something completely different to each client, to each manager, and even to each artist. From “I want the same as my competitors but different” to “Give me the same as we’ve had for the last years, but not quite,” most clients want something that they recognize from previous experience, and very few will want something that they have never seen before. That is why it is fundamental to find out exactly what your client means by the word creative. It’s probably different from your definition. Read More