I have just added an additional book page for my client, Tony Parks website. Tonys 13th African novel, Red Earth has been released in various formats in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and the UK. Tony is doing a limited tour of Australia to promote the release of Red Earth,
Why is it that many websites features look so similar? One of the psychological factors at work is the ‘mere exposure effect’: We seek information to confirm our beliefs. If you are used to going on a website and the menu is horizontal across the top of the page. That the home page is on the left and the contact page on the right. That an underlined word is a link you may be under the influence of what is called “confirmation bias”. This exposure effect reveals a preference that most people have for the familiar.
A Psychotherapist website is the online persona of your practice. It needs to reflect the most important qualities that you possess as a therapist. An effective visual aesthetic on a therapist website helps express the emotional qualities of the Therapist and the Practice. 1. Compassion. Effective therapists can feel empathy
If you have a LinkedIn or a Facebook profile, you would have most likely heard that you should use a professional personal photograph for your profile picture. I took this advice seriously enough to employ one of my professional photographer Friends to take my Facebook and LinkedIn profile picture for
William Addison Dwiggins was an American type designer and typographer. He was well rounded and was loved for his prolific work as an illustrator, book designer, type designer, playwright, (puppets) and author. Dwiggins was born in Martinsville, Ohio in 1880, he had studied East in Chicago, and then he moved
“White space” is a design term that refers to the open space between or around text or design elements. White space is of particular importance in web site designs as it helps guide the reader’s eye from one area of the page to another.It enhances readability and balances the graphics on the page.
I use Facebook both professionally and personally and in doing this I have a responsibility to keep my data as secure as possible. Facebook does not always facilitate this as its Privacy Settings are scattered throughout Facebook. You may have to visit multiple areas to change those settings and it can become a confusing process.