Even though the physical shape of the smartphone hasn’t changed much since the first iPhone in 2007, user behavior has evolved. For instance, users have shifted from entering a six-digit pin to expecting fingerprint or face-recognition for security purposes. Mobile apps are much more physical, tactile tools than most [...]
If you already have a business website, it should be no surprise that competing for client attention online is no easy task. Getting your website at the top of search results requires more than good content. Even if your site is just a few years old, it may not be [...]
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UX/UI Designers, Front-end Developers, Web Developers, Web Designers, Graphic Designers, Back-end Developers
What is the Design Pattern Methodology?
The Design Patterns methodology is simply the reuse of general solutions to solve common problems. This same methodology can also be seen in use in Atomic Design. [...]
A rundown of common creative processes.
If you are ever involved in a creative project, you may have heard the terms “Sketches,” “Sitemap,” “Style Tile,” “Wireframes” and “Mockups.” But what do these mean and how are they different? In this [...]
It’s Envoc’s job to make sure you have a great experience in every phase of your project. One of the most important aspects of that is how well we communicate. You may not know it, but software developers and designers have their own vocabulary for the [...]
So you’re living in the aftermath of Mobilegeddon. “Make sure your website is mobile-friendly!” Well, what exactly does that mean? Is my website mobile-friendly? In order to help you answer these questions and make sure you get search engine priority ranking over your competitors, we&rsquo [...]
Mobilegeddon - (n.) April 21st, 2015 when Google’s new search algorithms started giving mobile-friendly websites search ranking priority over non-mobile competitors.
April 21st, 2015 was the official date of what many internet professionals are calling "Mobilegeddon." This may come as a surprise to many businesses, but Google has [...]
User Experience (UX) is an important part of creating websites and applications. Everyone creates and uses design, whether we know it or not, and can identify the difference between a good and bad experience. So if everyone can do it, why would you hire a professional to [...]
Even if you don’t have a clue about web design, you can probably recognize a well-dressed person from someone who looks like they stepped out of a 90s sitcom. In this post, we’ll take a look at what personal presentation has in common with your website.
Every designer knows that clever, conceptual work doesn’t just happen. That simple abstract logo doesn’t just come to us, neither does that crazy, detailed illustration. We get there through trial and error. We look for inspiration wherever we can get it, and try out all of [...]