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We might have our new site launching soon! #AlwaysLastOnTheList
The more you know your users, the better your digital proposition will be. Spend the time before hand to do the proper research!
Just seen a @TeslaMotors Model S driving around Liverpool. #WantOne @Tesla_Europe
#AwwwardsBCN was very inspiring by the way! Great people
Don't ever let the fear of failure stop you starting something.
Done professionally, it might work - unprofessionally, looks like a scam. Give users consistency and quality they will trust your brand.
We have argued the fold debate for years, if content is rich and engaging enough then scrolling shouldn't be an issue!!
One sure fire way to lose the trust of your users; make your website layout and design severely change under every navigational link.
This morning we will talk a little about colour on your website, and how it displays emotion and how users connect with it. Colour and brand are inextricably linked. Colour offers a way to communicate or convey a message without having to say it. Our perception of colours and their meanings mainly come from our cultural environments. People will see colour before taking in anything else on your site. The colours set a mood and portray a feeling that your user subconsciously perceives. You can use this your advantage to evaluate your brand and website. What kind of feeling or connection do you want your user to have when they interact with your site? Some colours and emotions they are linked with; Red – energy, power, vigor, leadership, courage, passion, activity, joy, danger, evil, anger, blood, highly visible Orange – cheerful, passion, pleasure, enthusiasm, fascination, creativity, fun, frivolous, flamboyant, crass, low Class Yellow – optimism, childish, freshness, law, education, arrogance, cowardice, illness, betrayal Green – wealth, money, calming, trees, ambition, endurance, healing, calm, generosity, natural, completion, protection, envy, jealousy, immaturity Blue – security, trustworthy, stability, loyalty, wisdom, trust, friendliness, preservation, courage, science, sadness, depression, cold, immoral, staid Purple – magic, mystery, spirituality, the sub-conscious, creativity, dignity, royalty, mourning, cruelty, arrogance, conceit Black – powerful, mysterious, elegance, sophistication, functionality, death, morbid, plague, aloof What does your current website colour subconsciously tell your users? Does it match with what your brand wants to say? If not speak to us, let us see how we can proper communicate what you want to say. firstname.lastname@example.org
Good morning world! What do you have planned for us today? We have a few websites going live this week, keep an eye out we will be sharing!
We are already pretty involved but looking to set up a few events and initiatives to help business grow their #digital offering.
Any #Liverpool based businesses following could you give us a retweet - we are looking to connect and get even more involved locally.
Having played with a early #MaterialDesign release, its a massive step forward for #Android.