Graphic design is hard. One of the reasons why it’s so hard is because most people don’t know how to get a footing on it.
No matter the size of your workforce, finding software solutions that can improve your business is always a challenge.
Most people are familiar with the concept of a persona—a fictional character that embodies the traits of your target audience.
That’s a thing I actually wrote once, un-ironically, in a text conversation with a friend. I was looking for a product that would allow me to perform a particular task in a particular way.
As sometimes happens, I was thinking the other day. In this case, I was doing my thinking after finishing a long video game: Far Cry 5.
The competition in the e-commerce market is fiercer than ever, as brands wrangle to outdo rivals by deploying the latest techniques and practices technology can offer.
Designing is generally a strenuous task. Moreover, if you aren’t well-versed in the methodologies of the designing domain, things will become more difficult for you. In such a scenario, either you’d have to outsource your project requirements or make peace with the designs that you can create, regardless of how they look.
If you represent a business in a large city and you’re aiming for a top 3 maps business listing (the Snack Pack), then it’s even harder.
When designers and developers work on projects, they have a lot of questions: What do our users expect to see on this screen?