On behalf of My Visual Brief team, I’d like to thank you for test-driving the private beta and giving us all the great feedback. Today, I’m very excited to introduce you to the public beta. We hope you’ll like the changes! Here is a short overview in video:
This article has been published on CreativeBloq on October 13th, 2014.
However visitors arrive on your website, and whatever page they land on, they’re usually going to make their way to the homepage to find out what it’s all about.
So the homepage page needs to introduce your product or service in a way that leaves no hesitation.
It should entice visitors to explore your website further. And it should do it quickly – we’re talking a couple of seconds. That’s the amount of time we have to create a good first impression.
This article has been published on CreativeBloq on August 8, 2014.
As a designer, you’ve probably had the experience of working with a client who repeatedly asks for revisions with no end in sight. It’s frustrating, right? You want to keep the client happy without driving yourself crazy or ruining your profit margin. Both are essential to the success of your business, so it’s important to understand how to avoid getting sucked into the vicious cycle of revisions.
Here at My Visual Brief we are research friends! We love poring over design portfolios to find the latest design works, up-to-the-minute trends and talented new designers. Our discoveries are then analysed and distilled into our own design database and design insights (which you can access, if you are a member of My Visual Brief).
So, we see lots of portfolios! What saddens us is when brilliant work is presented poorly. It’s a missed opportunity to showcase work in a coherent and beautiful way for clients and the world to see. With so much talent out there, we want to make sure your work stands out among the best.