All posts in the Design category

Are you getting the most out of your visual content?

Are you getting the most out of your visual content? – Guest Blog by Susi Doherty, Vervate.com What is visual content? Visual marketing is broad, and includes online and offline visual assets, it covers all these elements: * Web site appearance (page imagery, staff portraits, product, testimonials etc) * Press and media coverage * Social […]

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Tips & Tricks for creating visually exciting & engaging social media – Part 3 Tips for design

In parts 1 and 2 of our Tips & tricks for creating visually exciting and engaging social media we looked at content ideas and then the types on content you could create to present your ideas. We now turn our attention to design Filters The most amateur of photographs can become a kitsch iconic image with the […]

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Tips & Tricks for creating visually exciting & engaging social media – Part 2 Types of visual content

In part 2 of our series of Tips & Tricks for creating visually exciting and engaging social media we are looking at the different types of visual content you can create to present your content ideas. Types of visual content Thankfully there are lots of different types of visual content that you can use to […]

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Tips & Tricks for creating visually exciting & engaging social media – Part 1 Content Ideas

Why good visuals matter – Content Ideas No one can deny the impact that social media has had on the promotional world. But as with all other forms of marketing the need to stand out amongst the crowd has become ever more difficult. The volume of content that passes through our devices is immense and […]

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Understanding the Terminology of Colours

Being A marketing agency we often have to communicate a technical brief to our designers, helping our clients understand the technical language often used can simplify the process for both clients and designers. There are many different terms used when describing colour, and understanding the meaning of them will help you communicate with your designer. […]

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