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As a designer and generally curious person, I always find it fascinating to learn about the process other designers and agencies take when they go through rebranding, so I thought it would be fun to talk about our own rebranding process and becoming Digital Ink. Until January 1st of 2016, Digital Ink was known as Junger … Read More »

Designing for Your User's Device (Or, What Do Your Users Want to Do?)

You know the stats by now — everyone is mobile. Your users may not being sitting behind a desk when visiting your website; they could be in the car, in line at the supermarket, or in the bathroom (be honest – lots of surfing goes on there). That’s why we have responsive design, which ensures … Read More »

While we see hundreds of logos on a daily basis, how many do we know the origins behind? This informative guide will provide you with a quick run-down about the history of some of the most recognizable icons in the world.   To embed this infographic on your website, use the following code: <a href=”https://www.dgtlnk.com/blog/iconic-logos/”><img … Read More »

We just went through the process of updating our branding for our social media accounts (Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, and Facebook) and, as it seems to always happen, the image sizes are different than the last time we did it. It’s one of the more annoying aspects of maintaining a presence on multiple social media sites (and … Read More »

Infographic: Making Your Website Accessible

We recently had an amazing post from Sharon Rosenblatt of Accessibility Partners about the importance of making your website accessible to all users, including those with disabilities. (If you haven’t seen it yet, go read it now.) She lays out all of the reasons why it’s worth investing the time and effort in making your site … Read More »

Have you ever craved a certain food only to arrive at that restaurant just minutes after it closed? You can view the display case from the closed door, but there’s absolutely no way in. Insanely frustrating, this is a real experience to 20% of Americans with disabilities who use the Internet. While the Internet is … Read More »

Given all of the Tools We Use posts we’ve written, it’s surprising we haven’t yet touched on Advanced Custom Fields — one of the most powerful and important tools we have in our arsenal. Long story short (or expect to read about it an upcoming post), Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) allows us to build intuitive … Read More »

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