Design may be something that you brush off as an expendable expense when it comes to budgeting and allocations, but it’s just as important as other facets of a business when it comes to both the long and short term health of a company.
We've worked with a variety of clients over the years, and each client success story is unique. When looking specifically at our higher education projects, we noticed a common theme among them all. Each of the institutions we've collaborated with focused on improving site usability and design.
While you may have a seemingly well-organized navigation that just needs finessing, your site architecture is the foundation of the entire website experience. Do you really want to build on something that could be cracking at the base?
Your website is outdated and you need a new digital coat of paint. You’re not alone. Many companies created great sites five or ten years ago that are now showing their age. Find out how to save money on your website redesign.
You have 15 seconds to make an impact when people visit your site. If your website is not user friendly, you will lose more than 20 sales in the time it takes you to read this post. Is that a gamble you’re willing to take?
Our front-end development team make it their mission to always be on top of the latest news in the Design world, so that we can provide cutting-edge design work for our clients. It isn't surprising, then, that we also want to share exciting info with you!
Here at Zivtech, we are obsessed with creating immersive experiences for mobile and the web using cutting-edge design and Open Source Software like Drupal and Angular.js. One of the web design techniques that we've had on our radar is Parallax Scrolling, which gives depth to a page by scrolling two dimensions of the site at different rates.
It’s not surprising that the web design and development communities struggle with nomenclature. We are creating new ways of working, new systems, and new things, all of which need names. We rely on what we know, borrowing and altering what we can with varied success.
So you write a lot of CSS, right? I used to be like you. I'll bet you probably write enough CSS to see tons of possibilities in the code, but also maybe you pull your hair out over some of the limitations?
Is Drupal a bad platform for designers?
If you were paying attention to the Drupal Planet or the twitter feeds of various Drupal community members and designers in the Drupal world, you might think the answer is a resounding 'Yes'.