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Outline of the Website Design Process

The web design process – whether updating the old site or starting from scratch – can be a long, overwhelming process. We have designed and developed hundreds of websites and want to share an outline of the web design process and define terms you will hear along the way.

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Fidget Spinners and Your Brand

Posted on July 20, 2017 by Alex Jartos

 

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Icon Design for Your Website

Whether you’re coming up with a brand new website or redesigning an old one, icon design is an important step that many people tend to leave out. In fact, icons are just as important as content and custom website design. They’re a fundamental part of user experience (UX) that makes websites easier to navigate while also giving you the opportunity to play around with designs and show a little bit of your personality in the process.

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B2C E-Commerce Website Design Strategies for Millennials

 

The Creative Momentum CEO and Founder Carl Widdowson is known for his sharp eye and ability to find just the right design for his projects. This is why Hewlett Packard called on him to design a concept they were testing targeted to millennials – that generation of youngsters marketers struggle to understand.


“HP wanted a completely independent site. New design, new URL, new name.” Widdowson continues, “I began doing research on which colors were most compelling to millennials. They are attracted to bright colors. Not neon and not pastel. Somewhere in between. I devised an entire branding strategy and this is what I came up with.”

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Differentiate Your Brand with Custom Website Design

Posted on May 3, 2017 by Michael White

 

A few years ago, the web went through a growing phase where you couldn’t navigate two links from home without being confronted by a bootstrap template. When they first hit, the smooth sections and popping icons of the default bootstrap layout were truly breakthrough in the way that they organized content. Then, for a while, it just became the internet as is.

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