UX Design

Our 2021 Web UX & Marketing Predictions

Posted by ImageWorks Creative Team December 02, 2020
As unpredictable as 2020 has been, we thought we might try and make some predictions for 2021, except only in our area of expertise: Web/UX design and marketing.
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13 Scary Web Design & UX Mistakes - and How to Avoid Them

Posted by ImageWorks Creative Team October 21, 2020
Websites have been around for just about 30 years. In that time, we’ve all collectively established what a website needs and what you should never include. Still, there are ghosts from the web design past that continue to haunt modern UX designers.
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How to Be a Better Marketer in 2020

Posted by ImageWorks Creative Team September 23, 2020
Being a confident speaker, staying organized, and knowing how to conduct research are textbook skills you learned while you were in school. Now that you’ve started your career and know you want to elevate your position, you’re going to be setting new goals. In this guide, we’ll show you how to leverage those skills to become a better marketer in 2020.
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Your Online Spaces Deserve a Few Updates

Posted by ImageWorks Creative Team April 16, 2020
Your website and social media profiles have rapidly increased in importance. If you've been putting off much needed updates and now don't know where to start, don't panic. We've laid out everything you need to do.
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Declutter Your Digital Strategy

Posted by ImageWorks Creative Team March 24, 2020
What's on your spring cleaning to-do list? While you're washing your windows& scrubbing your baseboards, don't forget to turn your duster on your digital strategy. Here are 3 things that could use a bit of decluttering.
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Spring Clean Your UX: 4 Game-Changing Tips!

Posted by ImageWorks Creative Team March 05, 2020
The weather is the temperature of your customers throughout the year, and like the weather it is constantly changing. Buying habits, new technology, usability shifts - they all play a role in the online customer experience. The seasons are fiscal quarters, each with new challenges and new goals.
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