Tag: Colors

A business card to an entrepreneur is like a pair of running shoes to a runner.

You can make it by without them, but they’re one of the first tools you should get if you’re in it for the long run.

Before I designed and ordered my latest batch of business cards, I looked through hundreds of cards and read dozens of articles to figure out what to put on a business card.

I found nine essential elements of an effective business card.

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The purpose of web design is two-fold.

One, to put an image in your visitor’s head so they’ll remember visiting your site. Two, and more importantly, to get your traffic to take a particular action.

Every page needs to have a goal and every design element needs to make that goal obvious. Use these golden rules to make sure your web design is responsive and ahead of the game.

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In an interview with Inc. Magazine, Leslie Harrington, the executive director of The Color Association said, “Before anything else, they see color.”

It’s true. Color is the first thing we see and the last thing we remember. The first and most important step in developing your brand is to pick your color scheme. Once you have your colors, you can make decisions about your logo, website, and business cards.

People have been telling me, “your site looks good” and it’s mostly because of the colors. Before I started 14 Clicks, I went through this 3-step process to pick the perfect colors for my brand.

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