I lead a creative team of two at a company that has grown from three co-founders to over 150 employees. We’ve acquired a company, expanded to multiple offices, and launched the world’s first end-to-end account-based marketing platform. I guess you could say we’ve grown up. But one thing that hadn’t changed over the past five years — until recently — was the Terminus brand... Read More ￫
Your product pages are where the majority of your customers finally make the decision to either buy a product or leave your store. Today, let’s revisit a few timeless approaches for creating high-converting product pages.
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You now know what a Design Sprint is, you got your marketing team ready, and you’re ready to get to business. And then what? Here is a breakdown of what you will actually be doing during the Design Sprint, organized by the days of your design week
Netflix has been yet again noticed experimenting with a range of variations on their homepage - all of which yet again seem to have been rejected as before. Below is the leaked experiment with its key changes, the decision, as well as our own followup experiment recommendation (if we had the privilege of doing so).
You've done the hard work: you've taken a lead and turned them into a paying customer. Congrats! Now, you have to build their website. But is it that simple? The client signs the contract and you immediately get to work on designing the website? You could certainly approach the kickoff of a web design project that way. However, you'd be missing out on the huge benefits of having a well-laid-out onboarding process. By the time you have a signed contract in hand, you've…
We all have those two friends that have strong personalities. You walk on eggshells when you all get together, hoping you can keep the peace. If left alone, they just don’t mesh – it’s like having two competing soloists. Now, imagine those two friends are fonts. Just like people, fonts combinations need balance. Two loud fonts generally don’t work well... Read More ￫