Posts we tagged 'design'

6 rules for Agency and Client relationships

Last year we asked a mix of agencies and clients for their opinions on the best thing about working together and the biggest challenge. Here’s what we found out about the rules of agency and client relationships. 1. Relationships are...

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.

Tools that make BugHerd better

There are some products, that are exceptional at helping us build our software and do our jobs more effectively. These are some of the products we absolutely love, recommend and want to encourage others to try. Our visual feedback tool wouldn’t be what it is today without them....

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...

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...