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    The 5 Elements of a making a Website

    After reading The Elements of User Experience by Jesse James Garrett, I decided to boil them down and list them here. This is very useful when planning a website and can help save time, effort and money.1.) Strategy: What are your objectives and what are the users needs?2.) Scope: What are the features, functions and technologies needed to meet the strategy?3.) Structure: The logical flow of the site - where are users taken next after an interaction?4.) Skeleton: The layout of the buttons and na...  Read More...

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    Design for Web and Print

    <p>It&#39;s easy to assume that designing for the web is the same as designing for print...Besides,&nbsp;if it&#39;s text and images, what&#39;s the difference, right?&nbsp;</p><p>Wrong. Let me explain: When you are designing for the web, you have a lot more competition for the reader&#39;s attention.</p><p>With a brochure, for example, the reader is probably in your office, or was given one, or maybe even picked it up off the ground! - The p...  Read More...

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Previous Clients

Here is a list of businesses we have worked for, directly or indirectly:

  • Clear Channel Radio Los Angeles
  • Walt Disney Feature Animation Florida
  • S.E. Queens Community Partnership
  • Green House Marketing
  • Famous Homes Realty
  • DreamWorks Feature Animation
  • Kuki Design (Event Design)
  • Renegade Animation
  • Andiri Media
  • Color Wheel Paints
  • Nickelodeon
  • MTV Animation
  • Curious Pictures NY
  • Magic Johnson Foundation

Previous Work

Thought we are not focused on website design any more, (wyou'll have to get your 15% discount at DigitalMakeOvers.Biz for that), we will still show some live examples of work done for clients. Click any link below:

Sarpong Designs
DJ Mike Check's website
Saddle Ranch Pictures