Posts filed under 'Design'

How To Write An A+ Website Design Brief

Clear communication with your web designer is critical to getting a website that you (and your customers) love. We’re all about making the feedback and QA process of building a website easier at BugHerd, but the design briefing stage can be rife with back and forth miscommunication and loaded with lots of “make it pop” type statements. A great design brief can mean the difference between getting a great website on time and in budget or blowing out the project entirely. These are our suggestions on what to include for an A+ briefing experience between you and your designer for your next website build.

Things I learnt from the Schoolism House Workshop

In May, I travelled to Montreal to attend the Schoolism House Workshop . 28 days of intensive art training, that I hoped would help boost my artistic-know-how. I also found that much of what I learnt was very practical advice that could be applied...

Designing for people

Designing for people, not computers Interacting with clients in any field of work is often viewed as a negative experience. People care very much about the way their coffee tastes, people care that their children are getting the education they...

Pausefest 2016 – Creative & Tech

What started as a pretty small, niche digital and startup event a few years ago has expanded into a beast of an event in a relatively small amount of time. About 5 years ago I attended the first PauseFest which catered to...

5 design resources I can’t live without

“I’m often wary of using the word ‘inspiration’ to introduce my work — it sounds too much like a sun shower from the heavens, absorbed by a passive individual enjoying an especially receptive moment. While that may be the case...