After our discussion of sitemaps and wireframes from last week, we thought we should move on to talk about some of the more fun parts of a website’s anatomy and talk about navigation. Web users are very impatient, so navigation is incredibly important in helping them find what they’re looking for as quickly and easily as possible. It can actually make or break the success of your website, so it’s certainly a very big deal and something you should pay close attention to.
Still got your dissection kit from last week?
You’re gonna need it!
In an effort to let you into our wild, wacky (but not too wacky), wonderful GLAD WORKS world, we’ve got a fun series for you! Ready?
It’s about the Anatomy of a Website.
Recently, Twitter rolled out a new effort to build up their advertising business. Now you can purchase ads that will reach users based on the keywords in their recent tweets as well as the tweets they’ve interacted with recently. Today we’re going to go into some detail about this new feature and talk about how useful it might be to you.
In other words, we’re going to tell you why you care.
We know what you’re thinking GLAD WORKS friends: LinkedIn is a big snooze. But we’re here today to convince you otherwise and encourage you to go back and take a look at LinkedIn as it is today. It’s not just a place to post your resume and make connections with folks you sort of know, then nothing happens. Not anymore. It’s bringing sexy back to content marketing (for B2B especially) and you shouldn’t ignore it if you know what’s good for you!
We know that CMYK and RGB totally sound like the two boy bands your teenage daughter is swooning over, but they’re actually color spaces that we encounter with images. Each color space has a specific use and they’re the reason why things that look one way on your computer screen may look completely different in print.