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People often wonder how businesses become truly successful. There are several elements that create success in business. One element is a one of a kind brand identity and another is quality advertising. Brand identity can distinguish you from your competitor and quality advertising can drive your business and grow a larger client database.

A strong logo and website can be the needed edge to push your company to its fullest potential. When you team a strong brand identity with an advertising campaign you are sure to boost awareness of your company and create additional traffic, whether it be on foot or online. Quality graphic design is the hidden reason for the success of many companies and the downfall of companies that do not take advantage of the experience and expertise of a graphic designer.

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Web and Graphic design trends for 2012

Trends for graphic and web design are always changing, that what makes this industry so great, never a dull moment… There are always new things to learn, improve or integrate in order to increase usability or just simply makes things prettier. With some new technologies getting more popular and widely spread it gives just the perfect set of tools what we need to move forward. 

Design for multiple devices – Responsive designs

Smart phones and tablets are more and more popular. Slowly there will be more touch screen devices in use than desktops or laptops. This somehow triggers the need to optimise the websites for multiple devices. Mobile/ tablet websites or applications can take advantage of a full set of new interactivity.  In 2012, launch your mobile website to increase conversion rates from users on the go.

Minimalist designs with something extra

The new websites are moving away from cluttered designs, focusing on main messages and leading the user directly to some sort of conversion forms. Minimalist designs are still a strong trend, but I believe adding something extra could be a great challenge for this year. Custom, hand-made illustrations, full screen backgrounds would be the way to go.

Hand-drawn Illustrations

As I look around I can see more and more original art integrated into multimedia projects. It makes the website / presentation / brochure / poster  somehow more unique and personal. Moving away from stock graphics it’s a great idea to include hand-drawn unique sketches into the designs this year.

Bold Colours

Attention grabbing bold colours are great to emphasise the main parts of the site (e.g. your product). Of course it doesn’t have to be flat, it could contain shading, overlay patterns but overall it should be simple, brave and of course BOLD!

Info-graphic style

Compress and visualise the details of your project or services with an info-graphic and  make it the main part of the design. If it’s a multimedia project, it can be even enhanced with animation and interactivity. Informative illustrations will grab attention and engage customers longer than a simple stock image and also provide a memorable experience.

Transparency, Animations, Layers

With HTML5 and CSS3 it’s possible to create stunning websites with animating different layers of the designs. This trend will grow further as soon as more tags/elements are supported cross-browser. Until then you can just take advantage of the new techniques and have a fall back design for the old browsers. Take advantage of CSS3 animations, transitions or include parallax animation to make your website more visually engaging.

 
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Microsoft’s Hardware Romance

Published on June 22, 2012 by in Technology

By JOSEPH WALKER

It’s topsy-turvy tech world. Earlier this week, Microsoft unveiled its own tablet computer, and now there are rumors that it’s going to make its own branded smartphone, according to Reuters. This would have been unthinkable a few years ago. Microsoft became one of the world’s most valuable companies and made Bill Gates its richest man by shunning hardware and reaping the fat margins that come with licensing software.

The old rules don’t seem to apply anymore. In May, Apple overtook both Microsoft and Google in terms of operating margins. This is stunning, Asymco notes, considering that Apple is a hardware company, Microsoft a software giant, and Google a services firm. Apple has achieved that 39% margin via its industry-leading supply chain, a system perfected by Chief Executive Tim Cook. It’s very much an open question whether Microsoft can pull off a similar feat.

Then there’s Google, which is also now a hardware company with its purchase of Motorola Mobility. Chairman Eric Schmidt said yesterday at the company’s annual meeting that Google wasn’t just interested in Motorola’s patent business. “We bought Motorola for the sum of patents, products and people,” Schmidt said.

Chief Financial Officer Patrick Pichette also said Google is looking to “reset and retool” Motorola, a comment interpreted by Business Insider as meaning firings and layoffs are in store.

 
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Microsoft Pulls From Apple Playbook With Surface Tablet

Published on June 22, 2012 by in Technology

Microsoft is taking a page out of Apple’s successful playbook with its first tablet computer, Surface. Ian Sherr reports on digits.

 
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2012 Trends

I Love to keep up with fashion trends, so I wanted share some of this year trends with you :)

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2012 Wedding trends

 
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