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Design is the differentiator

You’ve heard that beauty is in the eye of the beholder; that art and design are subjective and difficult to define. However design does make a difference. Countless studies show how good design improves lead generation and increases sales. Good design differentiates a product or service from the competition’s.

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Communication is the key to successful projects

Everyone has the best intentions when they kickoff a project. The energy and excitement of the new project helps launch things forward but sometimes you hit a snag.

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Get your brand back in focus

Brand strategy, communications, and marketing are not one-time investments. They aren't tasks that live on your to-do list. In the life of your brand, business or organization you will need to continually evaluate and align your marketing and communication efforts with your vision, values, and goals. Once you've done this, you can measure your successes and failures, then evaluate what changes you need to make to keep moving towards your goals for your company. To help keep things on track, here are a few things to consider.

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Brand vs Logo

We sometimes hear people say ‘brand’ when they might really mean ‘logo.’ In the words of Inigo Montoya “I don’t think that word means what you think it means”. We’re guilty of it too. It’s easy to think of branding as the visual side of a company or organization but that’s only part of it.

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Realistic Project Timelines

At Antistatic we highly value realistic timelines. We strive to be honest about how long a project or task will take. In doing so we often hear things like “If the budget is 10 hours, why will it takes two weeks to finish?” or “My proposal says 4-6 weeks, can you be more specific?”. When you add in client scheduling conflicts, holidays, additional people with diverse opinions, and there can be numerous factors that add to a timeline being drawn out.

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Group consensus is a unicorn named Unanimous

If you work with a team or have ever been part of a team, then you know how difficult it is to get a group consensus. One person has their own agenda, that person hates the color blue, and yet another person doesn’t like the photos that are being used as examples. Are you expecting a unanimous decision from a group? You may as well start an expedition for that magical unicorn.

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Best practices when creating a physician’s website

It could be someone new to the area, maybe they are seeking the right pediatrician for their first child, or they have been referred by another physician; no matter the reason, potential patients are looking for a physician. In most situations, they will typically go to the web first when looking for information about your medical practice or to find a doctor that meets their needs. Hopefully they find that you have a web presence of some kind. Although if it doesn't provide answers to their questions, they will most likely leave your website never to return. How can you ensure they find the information they need and stick around? Here are some good practices to follow:

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Still have budget for end-of-year marketing investments? Consider website enhancements to improve your user experience and traffic.

The budget year is coming to a close - time to plan your end-of-year spending! Many of our clients need to take advantage of their entire yearly budget and here are some smart ways you can improve your web experience and ultimately improve your web platform long-term.

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User Experience and Customer Experience revolve around people

More and more we hear terms like user experience (“UX”) and customer experience (“CX”) getting tossed around like words in a game of hip keyword bingo. So much that the lines between them are blurred, leading to confusion about what they actually mean for your business or organization. Let us break it down for you.

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Branding and Web Design for Racing Teams and Drivers

The world of motorsports is complex and competitive. Whether you are battling it out on the track or fighting for sponsorship to get back in the driver’s seat, Antistatic understands the in’s and out’s of racing. Motorsport racing teams are running from race to race with little time for strategic marketing, communications, or engagement with sponsors. Because of this hectic schedule, important press release communications and social media connections often falls through the cracks. The same is true for amateur and professional racing drivers as well. Both face the same battles, especially when it comes to engaging sponsors.

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