Hey guys, We’ve been around for a decade now and during this time we’ve been striving to offer bespoke design and provide professional services to startups and SMBs, thus making their own businesses stand out in the digital world. It hasn’t always been easy, I have to admit it, especially with the cutting-edge technology and...
A short braindump on “read later” services, and how you can McGuyver your own in a couple of minutes using several services you already use.
If you’ve read about this issue before you know that most of the authors describe this as a chicken and the egg dilemma, well I have to break it to you – it’s a far cry from that.
Another installment of our staff picks, filled with typographic interestingness that can inspire you to nail your next branding project.
Each year we need to strive to be better, smarter, draw some valuable lessons from our past experience and for what’s worth I have to say we do that but somehow there’s always more. We’re trying to build a working culture within our organization and draw the most out of a not-so-bright situation.
Every so often we get a question of why we don’t add some more details to our mock-ups and come closer to the real product in order to communicate the design. So we’ve decided to take the time and explain what mock-ups are meant for and what their real purpose is or is not.
You have several ways of communicating your ideas to your clients and stakeholders but not all of them speak with such relevance or immediacy as mock-ups.
Designing in a bubble of your own assumptions and best guesses is not a very smart idea, but not everyone has a network of peers to share their work with. Here’s a chance to pop that bubble and get some feedback.
Serbian Startup community is meeting Google and Silicon Valley Experts at the first Google Launchpad event in Novi Sad.
Any beautiful yet functional design is a product of a good cooperation between a design team and developers. There’s no doubt about that. Without that synergy of skill sets, the users will be left with poor experience, lack of efficiency and no value. When you think of a design, you have to think of it…
This website is a wonderful example of how well a long-scrolling website can perform wonderfully, and deliver a great, smooth user experience.
No gimmicks, no clicking around, figuring out the layout, and most importantly: it requires no thinking. It gets the message across so well.
As we dive into the realm of digital marketing, we are confronted with a new set of concepts which we need to understand and learn to apply successfully and one of the most sought-after marketing tools these days would be a landing page.
Heads-Up! is the blog of Superawesome which is a tiny design shop located in Novi Sad, Serbia.
You will find we post a lot about the business side of design, as well as sharing updates about the shop, and hyping stuff we found on the Web.