Entries by aabdesign

Mobile Web Navigation Best Practices

Smartphones are not simply phones, but users’ favorite devices for checking destinations, locations, schedules, and bank balances. Internet browsing is almost completely transferred to handheld devices, knowing how much time busy people spend on the go, and all the situations in which they’d grab their phone and surf the internet.   Image source: Basov Design […]

Building Blocks for a Successful Website Redesign

Do I Need a New Website? Architects work with construction developers to build spaces. Graphic designers work with coders to build websites. The “brain” draws up a visionary blueprint and the “brawn” ensures that vision is realized to its fullest potential. For architects, understanding the intricacies of laying bricks can greatly impact the outcome of […]

14 Hot Web Design Trends From 2015

The loudest content medium out there has finally learned how to be quiet. In 2015, web design moved away from information overload to an aesthetic revolving around empty space and simplicity. Taking a cue from magazines, web pages are using large high-definition photographs and typography to lure in readers with eye-pleasing openers before revealing further content. […]

10 Timely Tweets by Allison Howen

Twitter is a fast-paced environment, which means that a brand’s posts can be pushed down the newsfeed in a matter of seconds. In order to stay both top-of-mind with consumers and at the top of their newsfeed, brands are always looking for ways to increase their visibility. One of the ways they can do this […]

Website DO’s and DONT’S

These great tips will certainly help to increase your website traffic and have your visitors stay longer. As a Social Media marketer, you want people to stay on your website, love what they see and either contact you or buy. Right? Oh, you think you’re not a marketer? Well if you have a business you […]

5 Psychology Secrets for Interaction Design

It’s becoming more important every day for your designs to connect more with users and include a “human element.” Website and user experience design needs to feel real, from aesthetics to interactions to motion (perceived and real) to emotional connection. The problem designers most often encounter when thinking about users is not thinking about them […]