Category: Blog

27 Dec 2016
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Increase Your Higher Education Enrolment Numbers Through SEO

Although most uni­ver­si­ties and schools have a well-estab­lished phys­i­cal pres­ence, most are not opti­mized online and local­ly. This is rather aston­ish­ing when we con­sid­er that 67 per­cent of prospec­tive stu­dents head to the inter­net first to find out about high­er edu­ca­tion. In ini­tial search­es, nine in 10 stu­dents do not know where they want to […]

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26 Feb 2016
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Beautiful Typography

Typog­ra­phy, being the art of type in a design, is undoubt­ed­ly one of the most essen­tial ele­ments of good web design. 

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26 Feb 2016
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A Little Journey

Far far away, on the island of Moske­nesøya in the Lofoten arch­i­pel­ago, above the Arc­tic Cir­cle, there lives Reine – the most beau­ti­ful vil­lage in Nor­way. Sep­a­rat­ed they live in Book­marks­grove right at the coast of the Seman­tics, a large lan­guage ocean. A small riv­er named Duden flows by their place and sup­plies it with […]

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26 Feb 2016
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Powerful Workflow Tips

Design­ing and devel­op­ing can be time-con­­sum­ing, espe­cial­ly when the project involves a new chal­lenge, putting the team or free­lancer into unknown ter­ri­to­ry. More­over, time is a key fac­tor in pro­duc­tiv­i­ty. Work­ing effi­cient­ly enables us to deliv­er bet­ter val­ue at a com­pet­i­tive price. How­ev­er, some steps can be repeat­ed for every project. These are steps we know […]

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26 Feb 2016
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Evaluate Your Product

There are a lot of star­tups out there cre­at­ing great prod­uct design. But how are you sup­posed to eval­u­ate inno­va­tion? John Long at The Ship’s Log has 3 sim­ple ques­tions (and sub-ques­­tions) to ask when con­sid­er­ing your prod­uct. Is it Usable? And now for the sub-ques­tions! Is the heart of the appli­ca­tion easy to use? Are […]

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08 Sep 2015
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Stages of the startup lifecycle

Birth, growth, repro­duc­tion, and death. In the same way as humans go through life stages, star­tups go through phas­es that entre­pre­neurs should be aware of in order to effec­tive­ly guide their projects. Max Marmer, founder of Start­up Genome, presents six. It seems essen­tial to know how to face each of them so the start­up survives: […]

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08 Sep 2015
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What make a brand successful?

With the vol­ume of com­pe­ti­tion that busi­ness­es face in most indus­tries, it’s nev­er been more impor­tant to stand out and devel­op a unique iden­ti­ty and val­ue propo­si­tion through strate­gic brand­ing. While it’s obvi­ous­ly impor­tant to offer a qual­i­ty prod­uct or ser­vice, effec­tive brand­ing is often at the heart of the com­pa­nies that thrive. Accord­ing to […]

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08 Sep 2015
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New design trends

Who can for­get the GIFs of the ‘90s, or the more up-to-date focus on flat design? Recent­ly, we’ve seen a surge in pop­u­lar­i­ty of respon­sive web design, as more and more sites join the dri­ve to become ‘mobile ready’ which is now even more impor­tant in the wake of Google’s Mobile Friend­ly update. Let’s examine […]

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08 Sep 2015
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Daily Inspiration

On autumn week­ends with good weath­er you can almost expe­ri­ence car­a­vans of peo­ple march­ing over the grandiose look­out bal­conies between the Dolomites and the Tauern and fill­ing the moun­tain lodges to capac­i­ty. But very few peo­ple have the idea of turn­ing the per­spec­tive around and approach­ing the Car­nic ridge for once from the val­ley side. […]

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