Design as a noun informally refers to a plan or convention for the construction of an object or a system while "to design" (verb) refers to making this plan. No generally-accepted definition of "design" exists, and the term has different connotations in different fields. However, one can also design by directly constructing an object. More formally design has been defined as follows.
Posts about Design
    • Glossary: What is the Fold?

      The fold is a term used by web designers and Internet marketers to describe the interface that separates all the web content above a web browser’s bottom border. It’s a slightly dated term since the web has evolved to accommodate mobile devices. However, the term and its implications are still important for those engaged i ...

      Sean Work/ The Daily Egg- 19 readers -
    • Marketing 101: What is a hamburger menu?

      There are no dumb questions, only dumb marketers who don’t bother to ask. That’s why we’ve decided to begin publishing quick, snackable posts that will help you expertly navigate any project, no matter what team you’re working with. Today’s term is one you might encounter when working with your dev or design teams, and it has a particularly delicious moniker: the hamburger menu.

      MarketingSherpa Blog- 17 readers -
  • 5 Design Elements that Work Well for Mobile Conversion

    … are looking to read and evaluate content quickly. There are many reasons why infographics can help your content marketing strategy. Businesses should explore new and unique ways to create infographics to make them engaging for their visitors. For example, some web developers are using moving infographics to attract attention, such as this cheetah…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 8 readers -
  • The 5 Steps of Successful Email Marketing

    … If you’re a small business owner, free time is not a luxury you can enjoy often. When every minute matters, wasting time creating an email that doesn’t help your business can hold you back. You can’t afford to leave the success of your email marketing to chance. Check out the infographic below to see the five key steps that lead to successful…

    Constant Contactin EMail- 11 readers -
  • Blog Design Inspiration: 7 Examples of User-Focused Design

    … We all know how important content is to any marketing campaign. The blog, for example, has become the cornerstone of any successful website; guiding users in with targeted, relevant, and engaging content and ultimately delighting with them so much they convert and subscribe to get more. But what if your blog design is missing the mark? The fact is, more users will enter your website (and find your brand) via your blog articles than ever your homepage, so your blog design should put your “best foot forward.” …

    The IMPACT Blog- 12 readers -
  • SaaS Website Mistakes: 6 Dire You’re Still Making

    … There are a number of challenges SaaS companies face when it comes to marketing and growth. Challenges such as customer retention, standing out in a crowded industry, and convincing new people your service is worth investing in. The solutions to many of these challenges start with a SaaS company’s website.For many of your customers…

    The IMPACT Blog- 13 readers -
  • What All UX Designers Want You to Consider in Web Design

    … As of May 2017, there were approximately 1.2 billion websites in existence. Of course, that number fluctuates from minute to minute. Choose any given business genre, and there are multiple competitors to contend with. Add to that the rising costs of driving paid traffic, and you can understand how vital it is to optimize the […] The post What All UX Designers Want You to Consider in Web Design appeared first on 3Q Digital. …

    3Q Digital- 14 readers -
  • 15 Qualities We Want When Hiring a Web Designer or Developer

    … If you are looking for your company to not only be the best in marketing but in design and developement, don’t short-change yourself when hiring for your creative team. Don’t just hire any old designer or developer because you need to get someone in the door. You need to hire strategically and with the long-run in mind. …

    The IMPACT Blog- 14 readers -
  • Explore California design, from self-driving cars to search

    … When you think of California, what comes to mind? An exhibition opening today at the Design Museum in London explores the state’s outsize influence and examines how California has shaped and expanded the way we think about design. Spanning from 1960s counterculture to innovative tech in Silicon Valley, California: Designing Freedom features…

    The Official Google Blog- 23 readers -
  • Ibotta App’s New UI Overhaul Puts 17% More Money Back in Users’ Pockets

    … Five years young, mobile shopping app company ibotta has already outgrown itself and is rolling out the biggest official overhaul of its user interface today — one that gives users 17% more money back than the last version of the app. What began as a mostly grocery shopping app that awarded rebates to users for buying stuff they normally buy…

    Street Fight- 15 readers -
  • Website Redesign Checklist: The 10 Steps You Need to Be Successful

    … If you’re even partially responsible for your company’s marketing or online presence, you’ve inevitably had a conversation about redesigning your website. Maybe you’re not getting enough leads, maybe it’s outdated and doesn’t match your branding, or maybe it’s generating leads, but not the right leads and not quickly enough. A website redesign…

    The IMPACT Blog- 17 readers -
  • Implementing a Project Management Tool: A Cautionary Tale

    … Can you say your team operates with great efficiency? Here at 3Q Digital, our Creative Services department is constantly trying to improve. At any given time we’re balancing at least 30 projects across multiple clients (each run by separate account teams that may operate differently from one another). We also handle all internal design needs. […] The post Implementing a Project Management Tool: A Cautionary Tale appeared first on 3Q Digital. …

    3Q Digital- 9 readers -
  • 3D modelling isn’t just for Hollywood; it’s for SMEs too

    … of the interior and really highlight the different capabilities of this giant lifesaving device. What worked well was our collaboration with the designers behind it. We were able to take all their CAD drawings and use them as an animation start point. This saved us a huge amount of time (and, for the client, money) as our creative team could build off…

    Lush Digital- 13 readers -
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