September’s Top Marketing Tips

  1. The Layout Look Book is a great guide for both amateur and professional designers. The book includes techniques that can be used to enhance any layout, as well providing insights into the factors that helped make each layout an effective piece. The book combines both the traditional aspect of design, as well as contemporary cutting edge elements that will enable any designer to produce an inspiring piece of work.
  2. Use Jing to capture anything you see on your computer screen and share it instantly via web, email, IM, Twitter or your blog. Collaborate on a design project, take a picture of a document or use it as a teaching tool. Jing is free and easy to use.
  3. Need help making your emails stand out? An interesting article called Tempo, tempo, line and length by Mark Brownlow provides us with email copy tips that go against our essay writing education, to enable us to break big projects into bite-sized chunks that are easier to tackle and more likely to be read.

December’s Top Marketing Tips

  1. Need help with market research, writing a report or answering a query. Click here for a site to help you find international statistics quickly.
  2. Ever wanted to add website screenshots to your website? The free account with Shrink The Web gets you 250,000 impressions, with nearly no delay.
  3. Graphic Design That Works – a great stocking filler to help your business grab consumers attention through memorable, eye-catching design. This copy explores designs from early conceptual stages to initial drafts and final execution, so whether you’re a seasoned designer or a newcomer to the field, you can understand how and why the design came to be.