Studies have shown that “83% of human learning occurs visually.” It comes as no surprise then that an influx of information is being presented with infographics, videos, and photography. Not only are we drawn to the aesthetics of visual elements, but we're retaining the information more efficiently.
The implications of this year's color, Marsala, are not lost on us. Consumers and clients are looking to return to a more natural aesthetic.
What if you allowed yourself to come up with crazy, horrible, awful ideas? When met with a challenge at your own business or organization, what if you had permission to say the "stupid" things you're afraid to say.
Everyone's a critic. You've heard the expression and I'd be naive to say that it isn't true. But it's during these times that you have the real opportunity to educate and make something - and each other - better.
In the past year, we’ve seen a rise in the flat design trend in website and app development. While some argue it’s a fad, Webdesigner Depot reports that 68% of web professionals believe flat design is here to stay. We’re taking a closer look at what it offers, as well as potential challenges it must overcome.
Whatever it is you do, the challenge is to allow yourself to be comfortable with the undone. This means walking away when something feels right, not waiting until it's perfect (especially when that moment will likely never come).