I’m not saying I support bad design, but in some instances your audience and client objectives might call for that “less polished” look. It really comes down to designing for the end user.
Responsive sites are built to conform to the maximum width of a browser, as well as the minimum width of a smart phone, providing an optimal user experience.
So, I’ve read and retweeted other posts of “the best of 2012″, but here are a few tools that have had the greatest impact on me, both professionally and personally.
The holidays are just around the corner. If your firm hasn’t started the holiday card process, here are a few ideas that can quickly be implemented.
In today’s digital world, nothing is more personal than a handwritten hello.
hi. | hello. | howdy. | hey. Use these postcards to leave a simple note for a colleague or mail a personal greeting to a friend.