As the technology is emerging, digital devices like tablets and smartphones have become an integral part of our life. It is now a quintessential belief to provide the user with the best experience on the digital platforms he or she may use. Today, user experience (UX) has gone from being one of the buzz-words in the design-world to the break ingredient in the world’s most exemplary digital products.
Storytelling through design
Are you in a situation where the employees in your company are being affected adversely and therefore there is a need to spread awareness of their needs and frustrations? You wish to convince them to stick around for the long run but don’t know how to resolve the conflict? A surface level understanding of the challenge does exist but there are differing views among the population. To make the situation even more complex, there are considerable number of variables associated with the problem, so it’s hard to find where to start.
Are boring fonts making your project look dull? Maybe it’s time to give your work an elegant touch by refreshing the gloomy fonts. You may find it hard to believe, but serifs are BACK!
As we bid farewell to 2019 and welcome 2020, we are excited to share trends that are expected to prevail in 2020. While Pantone has already launched its color of the year, the classic blue, we are awestruck to see the following trends already making headlines.
The year, 2019, has been spectacular thus far for graphic design, and nothing is holding it back from setting new trends and breaking old records, and pushing its own boundaries. While specific trends were predicted earlier this year, the scale at which these have been experimented and used in design across the globe is undoubtedly astonishing. While the list is never-ending, we have compiled some of the top trends for 2019 in no order.
In the world of marketing today, storytelling has become an important and a universally accepted phenomenon that is said to work wonders. It promises greater influence and greater engagement. But have you ever wondered what is it that makes it so captivating? Let’s take a look at the scientific framework and some explanation as to how storytelling works.
The businesses that are highly ambitious are always aiming towards pitching their ideas to potential clients. Most of the time, the first step isn’t an actual pitch. Rather, you need to send a pitch deck to the relevant department of your potential client to see if they are interested in your offerings.
On top of his problem-solving and exceptional storytelling abilities, Tinker was never shy of dreaming big. He always had one eye set on the future of the shoes. Shoes, that were smart enough to sense what was required of them. And that is where his work on the movie “Back to the Future” came in handy.