Tag: design

Brand Identity Inspiration for Designers: 1976 NASA Graphics Manual

Filed by team twago on August 18, 2015
Brand Identity Inspiration for Designers: 1976 NASA Graphics Manual

In another one of those ‘thank you, internet!’ moments, we recently came across this vintage NASA Graphics Standards Manual from way back in 1976. Cre­ated a year earlier by New York designers Danne & Black­burn, this amazingly detailed man­ual describes the proper use of one of the all-time powerful brand iden­ti­ties. Certainly one of more fascinating things we’ve […]

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5 Coworking Locations That Will Make You Want To Go Freelance

Filed by team twago on June 9, 2015
5 Coworking Locations That Will Make You Want To Go Freelance

Have you ever thought about taking your laptop and getting away from it all? Or learning to surf after a day writing code? With advances in technology making working from home a real possibility for many of us, increasing numbers are joining the remote workforce and quite literally seeing the world. It’s a fact that […]

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First Impressions Last: The Importance of a Memorable Brand Logo

Filed by team twago on February 25, 2015
First Impressions Last: The Importance of a Memorable Brand Logo

The strategy behind creating a memorable logo design. Most people ignore it, but designing and creating a great logo is a complex process. To guarantee the best results, you must know a few tips on how to catch your audience’s eye. The importance of a logo cannot be underestimated – it gives the very first […]

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How to Be More Productive as a Freelance Designer

Filed by team twago on February 4, 2015
How to Be More Productive as a Freelance Designer

Awesome productivity tips to keep procrastination away. One of the benefits of being a freelancer can also be a problem – productivity wise.  Nobody tells you when to get up in the morning or how many hours to work that day. An obstacle that freelance web designers face is to complete the highest number of client requests in the shortest […]

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Best of 2014: Design, Photo & Image Apps

Filed by team twago on December 22, 2014
Best of 2014: Design, Photo & Image Apps

A look back at the most interesting apps from 2014 2015 is almost here and it’s that time of the year when we look back at some of the best design, photography and image apps from 2014. 1. Autodesk 123D catch The first thing that comes to my mind is the amazing Autodesk 123D catch. We […]

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Why Your Website Needs a UX Designer

Filed by team twago on October 29, 2014
Why Your Website Needs a UX Designer

  User Experience, Explained. Are you not getting enough conversions to your website? Or, are you not getting enough visitors to your website at all? Is your bounce-rate sky high? Are your customers not returning to your site, or recommending it to their peers? If the answer to any of these questions is “yes” then […]

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Creating your own, free WordPress homepage

Filed by team twago on July 19, 2013
Creating your own, free WordPress homepage

A topic that has been circulating the internet for many years has been the creation of an own Homepage – and doing this without any expenses. Many companies and other ministries offer this (usually in the form of a modular construction system), but there are a multitude of difficulties which one must deal with when […]

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Doctors looking for website creators

Filed by team twago on July 16, 2013
Doctors looking for website creators

Nowadays when you get sick, your initial reaction is often to surf the web for a solution. However, sometimes it can be difficult to find reliable information on a proper design, which is where a doctor’s website can be particularly helpful. You can search for doctors in a particular field and by location. This is why […]

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Freelancer Trends 2012 – Web Design

Filed by team twago on January 20, 2012
Freelancer Trends 2012 – Web Design

After our predictions for SEO, SEM, and SMO trends, we are now trying our luck with web design. There are some interesting developments that will change the occupational image of designers significantly. You can find the five most interesting developments here: HTML5 & CSS3: the new web standards of W3C became the most important topic […]

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Where would you want to work? Inspirational Offices from Around the Globe

Filed by team twago on November 22, 2011
Where would you want to work? Inspirational Offices from Around the Globe

As twago has been growing day by day, our office is now bursting at the seams, which means we are due an office move in the near future. As the staff here at twago eagerly await news of an office move, we´ve been wondering whats in store for us and if any of the features […]

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