If you’ve ever taken an art class you should have some fundamental knowledge about primary and secondary colors and how they work together. But even if you haven’t, there are great tools available to assist you with choosing the right palette for your project. Allow me to walk you through one of my favorites.
Here at Dowitcher Designs we’ve helped a number of clients take their businesses online. And from experience I can tell you that one of the most important elements of e-commerce is establishing credibility.
Without credibility, you may as well close up shop. Customers who make purchases online are savvy enough not to share [...]
It’s hard to believe, but today Dowitcher Designs turns 8 years old. Our company is halfway to getting a driver’s license!
I like Pinterest just fine, but one of my biggest complaints to date has been the near-uselessness of the search function. Searching a term included pins across all categories, and with Pinterest categories as diverse as science and nature and womens’ fashion, all you could do was scroll endlessly through the myriad masses of results and try not to pull your hair out in frustration.
Have you ever clicked into a page and immediately knew you didn’t like it?
Elements like layout, design, and typeface play a part in making snap judgments about a website, but usually our biggest response come from color. Color is incredibly powerful. In a few moments, color can tell us about who a website is targeting — gender, age, interests — and whether or not we want to stick around.
Today much of our communication is digital and the printed page feels almost forgotten. But there’s still demand for the tactile quality that something printed brings us. And nothing is more tactile than when it’s printed via letterpress.