As we continue through this eventful 2019, there are many newsletter design trends that have already come and gone. But, there are also quite a few that have stuck around, and even more that are just beginning to show up.

Showcasing your professional work, your products, or yourself, is far easier than it used to be. Appearing in person with a sheaf of papers for a prospective client, customer, or employer to sift through can get you poor results.

In the golden era of technology, we as humans find ourselves less fascinated by the machine-like design most Murfreesboro websites boast, and more attracted to conversational design. But, that does leave us with one overwhelming question: What the heck is conversational design?

For a lot of people, the first thing they think of when they hear the names of big companies is their logo. In truth, the logo is probably the biggest marketing decision you can make.

If you want to increase ROI from your website, you can go about it in two ways: increase traffic or increase conversions.

It is much easier to increase conversions, however.

Seeing all the time, effort, emojis, drawings, and true works of art put into an Insta story, we know for sure stories are not what they once were. They’re no longer just pictures and videos shot in real-time.

Every moment, even as we speak, new web tools and services for online businesses and freelancers, are being launched. This is great but there is also a huge minus.

In the world of design, there are a few unwritten rules. For a logo, a few of those rules are don’t make it over the top, don’t make it overly and unnecessarily colorful, and make it match the brand.

Looking to change your software development practices for the better? You already have the know-how and experience, and you always strive to improve your skills? But, if you feel you’ve hit a plateau, the tools you’re using could easily be the source of the problem.

It’s no secret anymore that a good social media presence can bring anyone some sweet cash. It’s also no secret that in order to start making money online and become an “influencer,” you have to put a lot of work into your online activity and image.

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