• Logo Design Case Study: The Introvert Traveller

    • Tom Kenny

    Designing logos isn’t a requirement of a web designer but if you can add it to your skills, you’re instantly more desirable for anyone who needs both a website and a logo. You can really add extra value to a client or project if it is something you can do, plus you get the added […]

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  • Learn from Great Design: Harry’s

    • Tom Kenny

    Once upon a time, two men were fed up with the ridiculous prices large companies were charging for razors and decided to create a business with a better and more convenient service, without sacrificing quality and at lower prices for their customers. These two men are Andy Katz-Mayfield and Jeff Raider and they created Harry’s, […]

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  • Learn More by Watching

    • Tom Kenny

    I hadn’t played football for about six months which was enough time for me to be “rusty” the next time I played. I can’t even remember why I hadn’t played for so long but during that time I watched more football I had ever watched in any six month period before. Somehow it was one […]

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  • 5 Web Design Tips You Probably Haven’t Heard Before

    • Tom Kenny

    Here on Inspect Element, I don’t want to just give you standard advice that you’ve heard before, although there is value in that. I still refresh myself on things I learnt years ago. Alongside that, hearing advice multiple times helps it settle in more as it takes 7 times to retain new information. Saying that, […]

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  • UX is Key to Branding

    • Tom Kenny

    In the last issue of Learn from Great Design, I mentioned that user experience is an important component of branding. I want to elaborate on that just to underline the importance. First of all, let’s look at what a brand is not. A brand is not just visual. There’s so much more to it than […]

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  • Learn from Great Design: Orangina

    • Tom Kenny

    Orangina’s homepage The website for Orangina is dripping with character (pun intended). It’s fun, colourful and alive. In this edition of Learn from Great Design, I will be looking at how an external design agency has breathed new life into the website of a drink brand almost 80 years old. Having just been to Japan […]

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