Reading a blog shouldn’t be work. Typical blogs are padded unnecessarily. Many posts are just fluff. They are designed to keep you and search engines coming back.
Our goal is the opposite. To educate and empower you. We consume and distill so you don’t have to. Our posts reflect our point of view and will be updated as necessary. No need for you to sort through all the cruft.
Good question. For starters, asking how a small firm can handle a large project is a good question. It is often the perception (correct or incorrect) that unlike a small shop, a large firm offers deep resources that can be tapped to get the work done without concern.
A responsive site is intentional. It’s crafted so all users have a great experience. When users come to your site, they have a specific task in mind. It’s your job to quickly allow them to accomplish their task with a minimum of frustration. This ease of use is important for all users regardless of the size of their screens.
Numerous avenues can be taken to arrive at the desired destination of memorable, engaging design work. Often that journey can benefit significantly if designers listen a bit closer to clients, ask more probing questions, and ponder client instincts and thoughts. Their ideas can be surprising, enlightening, and just the little nudge needed to push the work beyond predictable, and instead achieve excellence.
There are many articles that state the fold doesn’t matter anymore. They are wrong. The fold is one of the most important considerations when designing a website.
Why print business cards using a method that has been around for hundreds of years, rather than using offset printing or possibly digital printing? Letterpress printing is a craft, if not an art.
Welcome to Calhoun’s blog. We are the new design firm on the block and would like to introduce ourselves. Freshly minted, energized and optimistic, we’re looking forward to this new chapter.