Author: Danielle Spinks

In terms of effectiveness and efficiency, it's hard to go past good ol' Google AdWords. Google prides itself on creating positive and relevant user experiences for those using its powerful search algorithms. To create simple and effective ads that are low cost and measurable is...

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The brand prism consists of six facets, some are in the control of you, the company, others are on the receiving side of your clients and customers. This is what it looks like....

Egyptian temples were filled with graphic art. Medieval navigation maps were full of symbols and imagery. Graphic design is not a new concept. The term itself may have been first coined in 1922, but graphic design has existed since the earliest cave art. The Middle Ages and the Renaissance saw the heavy use of heraldry--the armour, family, class, rank and pedigree. Cattle branding was used to show ownership and quality.

Elegant design, layout, image sourcing and production of your books, reports, clinical guides, and magazines. I can manage your print, and digital, publications, including the extra steps needed to make the material accessible for those using assistive technology....

If you want wide exposure for your organisation, a media release (or multimedia release) is a great way to get your story picked up. If your story is worth telling, I can help you tell it. And find the media and the people who will...

Great design releases endorphins. Ours when we are making it. Yours when you see it. We can produce your very own unique, custom-made marketing material. No cookie-cutter templates used. You give us your brief and your deadline. We agree on an affordable flat price, no hidden extras, and get started.

In the past, I was managing nine websites for a company, all built in Joomla. So I did an extended course in Joomla over a few weekends. Do you know what I learned from the Joomla expert instructor? To use WordPress!

I cringed at first. I thought it was a gimmicky website that would replace elegant design work with awful DIY wallpaper and slowly wrest demand away from quality graphic designers. I wasn't keen. So I ignored it. To be honest, it didn't really grab my attention until veterans like Joan Stewart and Guy Kawasaki start promoting it. When those two get onto something, I listen. I tried it out. I liked it. Now I really dig Canva. Why?