Janet Peischel is a writer, Internet marketing expert, and the owner of Top of Mind Marketing.
When Nike featured beleaguered quarterback Colin Kaepernick for its “Just Do It” anniversary, the international sports brand took a big-time risk.
You may have noticed single-page websites popping up around the internet. They’re especially popular with designers because they’re a great way to host portfolios. Apps and product sites also favor this design option that doesn’t require a lot of content or drilldown.
Today’s impatient audiences demand pictures—we want high-quality, high-resolution photos, infographics, charts and screenshots—to help tell a story.
I’ve noticed that even the holdouts have started including emoji (those little smiley faces or other images) in personal texts and emails.
Mark Zuckerberg spent most of last quarter mired in controversy for indiscriminately sharing millions of Facebook users’ account details with third-party vendors.
I suggested to one of my clients that we create infographics for several fairly complex processes described on our website.“Great idea!” was the response.