So, you have a product. Obviously, you want to showcase it in the best light possible, which is why you should delve into a type of commercial photography known as a product shot.
Getting a store, app, band, product or service up and running is no small feat. After pouring your heart and soul (not to mention a humongous amount of time, effort, and money) into creating this brand, you need to make sure it sees the light of day. Enter, brand merchandising.
With the amount of content that gets uploaded to YouTube on a daily basis (according to Statista, as of 2015, 400 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute), it’s imperative that you brand your videos effectively.
As a web designer, when I ask clients about their timeline for launching their new website, the usual response is: “As soon as possible.” This makes perfect sense as every business wants to put their best foot forward when it comes to their website. But there are often challenges in taking a website from concept to finished product in short order.
Google search’s ability to find content directly connected to the words we put in, as well as matching our intent, never fails to amaze. This intelligent and predictive search capability is known as a semantic search.
Default Apple Keynote templates may be able to convince your peers as part of an internal presentation, but customers you’re trying to win over need something professionally designed to even take you seriously.