So, you've decided you want to venture into the magical world of web design. Kudos to you for wanting to conquer the internet, but before you start dreaming of pixel-perfect masterpieces, let's get real about this DIY website situation.
With this simple, 10-step checklist, you can improve your website without spending hours on it so that you can increase your visibility, get more traffic, and elevate your business.
Ready to dive into the captivating world of website visuals? Buckle up, Cupcake, because we're about to explore the enchanting realm of images that'll make your website pop like a confetti cannon at a party! 🎉
What is User Experience (UX) and why is it such an important part of planning your website? I'm going to tell you why...
So, you're taking your first brave steps into the labyrinthine world of the internet, and suddenly you're hit with terms like "landing page" and "website." Are they siblings squabbling over digital real estate, or are they something entirely different?
Are you dreaming of creating the best website ever? I have got 12 tips to help you achieve your web-slinging goals. Ready to make your website sing like a canary? Let's go!
Are you a total noob when it comes to SEO? Don't worry, you're not alone! Search Engine Optimization can seem like a daunting task, especially for beginners. In this article, I'm going to break down the basics of SEO in a way that even your grandma could understand (no offense to grandmas).
Opt-ins are one of the most powerful tools you can use on your website. They're like the candy, luring little kiddies (or potential clients) into your email list van. Here are 10 ideas to help you create your own
Ah, royalty-free images. The unsung hero of the digital world. They're like a silent guardian, watching over your content without asking for anything in return. But why are they so helpful? And why should you use them? And where the heck can you find them?
A lot of people have trouble understanding the difference between website domains, hosting and content. I decided to use my home analogy to help explain.
The truth is, there's really no right answer here. It's like asking "how long is a piece of string?". A website could be as little as $250 or as much as $250 000 USD. It really all comes down to what exactly you need your new website to do for you.
Storytelling is how I worked with companies like Google, Facebook and the UN. They help me run Thailand’s leading technology academy and they are now helping me revitalise our design agency (with a little help from the amazing Storm!) So do you want your brand to be 22 times more memorable?