Sometimes colors just needs to be specific. Especially when it comes to branding. Back in the early days of graphic design publishing and printing, most of us creatives used a Pantone Color Book.
Category: Web Design
Everybody loves a warm slice of pizza. The next best thing is a website that makes you want to order the pizza! That was our goal when building out the My 901 Pizza site. Check it out!
As a creative design artist and consultant, I love it when we get to work with small businesses to develop a logo. What’s even more fun is when I get to do the entire brand – a logo, a website, social media and print design collateral.
People ask me all the time where we get so many great stock images that are free. I thought this would be the perfect way to share my favorite free image sites.
Here is my list of the best free stock image resources
These sites are very easy to use and have a handy search feature. They also don’t require a login but I encourage creating an account because it allows you to connect with the artists, comment on the artist work and thank them for sharing. If you really love their work you can send a donation too and how cool is that!
All photos published on Unsplash can be used for free. You can use them for commercial and noncommercial purposes. Credit to the photographer or Unsplash, is appreciated when possible.
All photos on Pexels can be used for free for commercial and noncommercial use. Attribution is not required. Giving credit to the photographer or Pexels is appreciated.
Whether you’re crafting a personal blog to explore your passions or building a complex corporate site for your business, you know you’ll need striking, beautiful, on-point images.
You may use Pixabay images for commercial and non-commercial purposes, in altered and unaltered form. Credit to the artists is appreciated when possible.
What About Videos?
YES… you can also find free videos on most of these sites too. I hope this is helpful and if you have any questions about the extent of the license for each photo site just follow their license links or FAQ.
Novagiant is proud to be the chosen website design firm by Andy Wise. Andy wanted a clean streamlined website where he could blog about consumer interests and list wise choices, businesses that have Andy’s seal of approval and trust.
Save Money, Avoid Scams, Make Wise Choices
Andy Wise is a consumer investigator and a 3-time Emmy Award nominee for investigative reporting. His investigations shaped public policy, put criminals in jail and enlightened a generation of viewers to the dead giveaways of scams and helps consumers find creative money-saving strategies.
Our website design goal was to develop a website where Andy can post blogs about trusted businesses and other consumer interests. Andy does the investigative work: conducting the research, vetting the businesses and putting his seal of approval on the businesses you can trust to be a Wise Choice. The site is an excellent source of information for everyone that wants to save money, avoid scams, and make wise choices, and we encourage you to learn more at andywisechoices.com.
Wise Choices Website Design Draft Concept
Southard Financial of Memphis was in need of a website re-design that not only worked great on desktop computers but also on smartphone and tablet devices.
After meeting with Novagiant, the choice was made to design and build a website that could help reach new customers and provide a web blog for communicating and educating potential customers on social media networks about their business.
The Website Design Concept
Once the design concept was approved we developed the website on a super-fast responsive framework. The warp framework is extremely flexible in handling tablet and smartphone display so the user experience was optimized for speed.
The project was a complete success. We look forward to helping Southard FInancial grow and maintaining the website.