Articles Written by Sung Choi

How Material Design is Using Animations to Take Over Google Play

June 3rd, 2016

Google’s new design language, Material Design has received praise from just about every critic in the industry. By removing much of the unnecessary clutter we’re used to seeing, the flat, minimalist-like approach has proven to have a very clean and efficient look. Its grid-based layouts, responsive animations/transitions, and lighting/shadows have given both an aesthetic and... Read More Read More »

What You Need to Know About Evolving Web Design

February 29th, 2016

Despite web design’s recent trends and changes, one style trend has remained fairly consistent over the course of the last couple of years. Flat design has evolved, bringing us the Flat 2.0. Many ask why designers are going with such a simple design in an era where technology grants the ability to go “fancy”. Both recent trends and research add up to one word: effectiveness! Read More »

How to Take an Active Approach to Website Maintenance

October 6th, 2015

Websites are no longer allowed to be the “online business card” they once were. Instead, a company’s website is a living, breathing reflection of their business, and a poorly maintained website can have just as negative an impact on revenue as a run-down brick-and-mortar store would. Read More »

8 Tips to Help Your Social Media Grow

May 29th, 2015

No matter what stage you are with business, there’s always a new way to develop your social media. Those in the USA spend an average of 2.7 hours a day on their social media accounts and you want to make sure you’re getting proper publicity (wearesocial.net). Some ways you can do this are by keeping your accounts updated, using unique hashtags and personally connecting with your audience. Read More »

Responsive Design Provides the Best User Experience

January 23rd, 2015

How can you enable your website visitors to find key information faster and easier? With so many different mobile devices and the increased use of Smartphones to access the web, it all comes down to responsive web design. Responsive design allows for site content to adapt and fit on almost any screen and device while providing visitors with an optimized user experience. Read More »

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