In a blog post for class the prompt was “Analyze brands successfully using Facebook and Instagram to meet business objectives. Choose one brand on FB and another on IG.” In this post I chose both Disney and Adidas, two massive companies who use social media quite well. However, this post must have stuck with me as I was using my own social media and realized a significantly … [Read more...] about Dollar Shave Club’s Social Media Success
In a previous blog post (posted as a comment on a fellow classmate’s post), I discussed my experience with using mobile devices and my preference of having an app experience over responsive design. In this post, I explained that I initially thought that having a responsive design would be my preference, but after taking some time to reflect on my mobile usage, I always choose … [Read more...] about App Experience or Responsive Design?
In a previous post I wrote about my experience on the FeedMusic website. I explained how the website felt more like an experience to have rather than a site to visit. I went on to explain how this website hit the nail on the head of each important piece of design as presented by Steve Krug. That being: Take advantage of conventions Create effective visual hierarchies … [Read more...] about FeedMusic and the 7 Fundamentals of Design
A concise and strong website design is crucially important for the success that site has on creating conversions and turning customers into repeat customers. “From SEO and traffic to branding and conversion rates, your site’s web design affects your entire internet presence (Hendricks, 2015). In a previous post, I go into some detail about the general importance of website … [Read more...] about Airbnb: A Website Design Breakdown