10 Tips for Awesome Banner Ad Design [Infographic]

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Here are 10 helpful tips when designing display ads that convert.

10 Tips for Banner Ad Design - Digital marketing - Graphic Design - Online Advertising - Kate Vega

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Choosing the Best Colors for Web Design [Infographic]

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Here is a visual break-down on the psychology of color on the web; how to choose the best color combinations for the highest engagement and conversions.

Choosing the Best Colors for Web Design Infographic - Web Design - UI Design - Web Development - Digital Marketing - Kate Vega

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Design Trends for 2017 [Infographic]

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Here is another look at some of the top emerging design trends for 2017 including: 1. card-based web design, 2. bold typography, 3. experimental / throwback colors, 4. thin icons, 5. neon gradients, 6. retro pastels, 7. bold shapes, and 8. original sketches / illustration.

Top 8 Design Trends for 2017 Infographic - Graphic Design - Web Design - Kate Vega

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Graphic Design Trends 2017 [Infographic]

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Here is a nice visual on some of the top emerging graphic design trends in 2017 including 1. Bright Colors, 2. Bold Typography, 3. Google Fonts, 4. Authentic Photos, 5. Hand-Drawn Graphics, 6. Minimalism, 7. GIFs, 8. Duotones.

Graphic design trends in 2017 - Infographic - Graphic Design - Web Design - Kate Vega

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How to Create a Custom Color Scheme [Infographic]

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Here is a complete look at the different aspects behind developing your own custom color scheme. Ideally, the best color schemes include one dominant color with its associated shades, tints, and tones with one or two complimentary hues.

How to Create a Custom Color Scheme Infographic - Graphic Design - Web Design - Kate Vega

Source: designmodo.com

Creatives vs. Marketers: The Gap Between [Infographic]

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Here is a visual break-down of a report produced by visual.ly that shows the statistical gap between the self perceptions of both the marketing and creative teams when working together to produce deliverable content.

Creatives vs. Marketers Infographic - Graphic Design - Web Design - Web Development - Digital Marketing - Kate Vega

Source: scribblelive.com