If you are a business owner, your website is absolutely one of the most important tools you have in your arsenal to get more - and better - clients and customers. So what separates a good website from a bad website, or a good one from a great one?
Think of the Coca Cola® brand. What color do you see? If you're like most people, you see the color red. Not just any red. Coke red. Coke spends a fortune maintaining its brand, and color is a big part of it.
By now, you should be thinking " Wow, color is like magic! Why aren't more people using it to their advantage?" Well, because most people don't know how. So, in the next section, we will show you 3 easy steps you can follow to start using color to your advantage on your website.
Colour is a fundamental aspect of how we perceive the world around us. In fact, it's so deeply ingrained in our experience of life that we often take colour for granted. From the vivid oranges and reds of a sunset, to the deep and mystical blue of an ocean, colour is everywhere.
LEARN HOW TO CHOOSE GREAT TYPOGRAPHY FOR YOUR PROJECT! | In this video, I'll break down some useful tips and tricks that will help guide you as you look for fonts whether it's for graphic design, a website, video titles, or other!
Take the mystery out of font selection with our step-by-step guidance If you get it right, typography can be incredibly powerful. Turn to the writings of Robert Bringhurst, whose Elements of Typographic Style has served as a sagely reference text for decades, and you'll find a high-minded articulation of the craft.
When it comes to designing your stunning website, there's a lot to pay attention to. Between writing your content, choosing the pixel-perfect background image, and making sure you've connected your social media channels - some basic elements may fall by the wayside. And if there's one thing that you don't want to overlook, it's your website's fonts.
Reconciliation - Indigenous Issues, Canadian Responsibility
On the sub-page of this site: Indigenous Peoples and Canada, I am collecting sources on a variety of topics related to Indigenous peoples and their history as related to Canada. This list is in NO WAY intended to be comprehensive, and is often related to issues/discussions and content discussed in class. It can, however, be a good starting point for further research on a topic.