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Parker and Brisa

A Breeze of Hope

 

"As a non-profit, it is incredibly important to have a website that draws emotion from our visitors and to have a design/development team behind the scenes that truly cares about our mission. Daniel and his team created a website for us which beautifully represents A Breeze of Hope's mission, using strategic call to actions for a seamless donation process, which is crucial to our sustainability and our growth. We have been trying to have a good website for more than 5 years and it has been a draining process. We have had people take between 1 to 2 years to make any changes to our website and the changes never reflected what we wanted.As a result, we were a bit hesitant initially, but they accommodated our concerns and we could not be happier with the outcome. We really liked how sensitive you were to our needs and how well you represented our expectations. Vimbly Design has been extremely helpful since we've launched and I look forward to our continued relationship -- they truly went above and beyond for our organization! Thank you so much for your patience and for working with us. I also wanted to let you know that 3 nonprofits have already contacted me asking for my perspective on Vimbly Design and I have given you superb recommendations!"
 

Milton

Vivreon Biosciences

 

"Working with Vimbly Design has dramatically improved Vivreon Biosciences’ online presence, even for a biotechnology company like ours. Their design team worked with our scientists to produce a modern, well-finished website that clearly communicates our business model and achievements. Our website is now the first place we direct potential investors and partners to showcase our technology. Vimbly Design designed an amazing website with the utmost professionalism and dedication, and we could not be happier with the results."

633% increase In bookings

37% increase in revenue

21 rankings up on TripAdvisor

Adam

Loudest Yeller Bike Tours

 

"I have no hesitation recommending Vimbly Design. I paid my last website designer more and got way less. With the amount of compliments the website has already received I am very happy to have jumped on board. Lastly, my website feels more like home now. The last one I had… there were always issues and I’d try to resolve them myself and it was just a waste of my time as that’s not what I do. Now when I log on I’m content with what I’m looking at and I think it represents Loudest Yeller Bicycle Tours properly and with my personality."

Maria

Principle Health Services

 

"Our goal with the new website was achieving great usability, not just from those who will be using our rehabilitation and health services, but their family members and friends as well--a significantly larger demographic than those we actually serve. Vimbly Design gave us exactly that and more. A stellar redesign of our site, which now sports such a modern, sleek look that is just perfect to lend us credibility as a leading home healthcare provider, and more importantly, make it accessible to all ages (and they even made a Spanish version as well!). Thank you!"

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"Working with Vimbly Design has dramatically improved Vivreon Biosciences’ online presence, even for a biotechnology company like ours. Their design team worked with our scientists to produce a modern, well-finished website that clearly communicates our business model and achievements. Our website is now the first place we direct potential investors and partners to showcase our technology. Vimbly Design designed an amazing website with the utmost professionalism and dedication, and we could not be happier with the results."

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Having Beauty Without Breaking Function

Every now and then the phrase “form vs. function” is brought up in the design world. Although it does seem like a compelling question of whether to give up the beautiful aesthetics of your design, its form, in exchange for better function, we don’t think you necessarily have to lose one over the other. “Form vs. function” implies that it’s either one or the other: either you have an extremely high functioning design--but its aesthetics are all bland; or you have exquisite design, bursting with creativity--but the design doesn’t function all too well.  In fact, not only do we believe that you don’t have to give up either form or function, but we also reckon that the two actually complement each other! Beauty and function can coexist and strengthen each other. In order to explore this idea, let’s take a look at the art form that we are best at: web design. Form and function are both highly important to web design.   Form  38% of users will leave an unresponsive or unattractive website. This means that first impressions certainly do count when we are dealing with web pages. Form is a crucial component of web-design because it has an immense impact on public users who are going to make judgments based on a website’s form--and users are quick to react solely based on aesthetics. Bad form could mean a lower level of customers for a company, solely because the company’s website fails to take note of good form. When doing a Google search, you’ve probably noticed that it takes you less than two seconds to enter a site, dislike the looks of it, and press the back arrow. That is how crucial the first page of a website is!   Function  While form is important, this certainly does not mean that function can be lost. If you’ve ever found yourself lost in a webpage, unsure how to get to what you wanted to find, this means that that web design failed to attain function, a core component to design. A website user must be able to direct themselves with ease, and accomplish the task that they set upon themselves in clicking on the website link. Without function, there’s no point to a webpage! Since form and function are both absolutely necessary to design, and specifically to web design, neither can be given up for the other.  The good thing is that when you succeed in having both form and function, the design’s responsiveness multiplies! In web design, if a web page is beautiful, it passes the first test (the first impression) by the user, and the user stays on the website. The second test that a website design must undergo is if it is highly functional. If the user can direct themselves with ease, then they can complete whatever it is that they wanted to do on the website. At this point, the beauty of the web page makes it even easier for the user to navigate through the website, as it makes the digital ride even more enjoyable. We can say the exact same thing about the non-digital world: wouldn’t you rather take a scenic drive by the coast over one through a gloomy city? However, encompassing both form and function in your web design can be challenging, especially if you’re new to these terms. That is why Vimbly Design is here to help! Contact us here.

When Do People Access the Web on their Phones?

In the past decade, mobile minutes spent online has been on the rise, that in 2014 more time online was spent using mobiles than using desktops! Data shows that users spend the most time on their phones to go online in the evening to night time. So what are people doing that makes them switch to their phones instead on use their desktops? Nowadays, almost everyone in the United States has a smartphone. Having a smartphone on hand makes the internet extremely accessible. Back in the day, when we all were still using our Nokia’s and Blackberry's to make phone calls, internet access on our phones was a luxury. However, things have changed, drastically! With access to LTE or other internet services, as well as free wifi in almost any restaurant or public space, we have full access to information online at any moment of the day. People like to use their phones to make quick searches. This means that any ideas that pop into a person’s mind throughout the day--perhaps a dinner craving, an addition to one’s bucket list, or an idea for a Christmas gift--can be quickly searched using Google.  During the evening time, when people tend to be out of work or enjoying their downtime, they can compile all their thoughts throughout the day and complete any goals--booking that dinner reservation, or purchasing the Christmas gift online. The evening downtime is when everyone can delve into what interests them on the internet. This means that companies should being making a huge effort to get consumers’ attention, and once their attention is grasped, the consumer must be able to get to know the company with ease. This requires a responsive website--one that enables user to navigate through the web using their mobile phones.  People reach company websites not only through Google searches, but also through social media. In fact, people in the United States spend about 35% of their time online while they’re on their phone on social media, which means that companies must be successful in making their digital platforms accessible by all devices, since many services are reached through social media. If someone accesses your website through their phone and has a hard time navigating, you could potentially lose a customer! Don’t make the mistake of skipping mobile compatibility with your web designs! At Vimbly Design, mobile compatibility is a given in all of our projects. Check out some of our work (on your phone or on a desktop) to see for yourself! ​

Teamwork in Design

Designing may seem like a very independent type of work, and although many designers tend to work on their own, teamwork can be incredibly beneficial in the design world.  Some people simply enjoy working alone, or might have had negative experiences working with groups, perhaps by being involved in stressful group projects in the past, in which the group was unable to create a productive group dynamic. However, we’re all aware that teamwork has its benefits: take the saying, “two heads are better than one.” With teamwork, we not only can get so much more done in less time, but the actual quality of our work can be improved! Have you ever felt so proud of your work, only to come up against what seems to be endless negative feedback upon showing your work to someone else? When you are the sole executor of a project, not only can it get lonely, but you tend to become biased towards your own work. When working in a group, however, the communication along the way allows you to get continuous feedback, so that the end product can satisfy the public. Additionally, by simply expressing your ideas out loud, you can see the explicit response that your ideas get, and change your designs more naturally.  No two people in a team are the same, and although this may seem like an issue, it is actually what makes a team stronger and more versatile. Since we’re all better at some things more than others--some people have perfected the art of organizing, others burst with creativity, some are better with numbers--by combining all these skills, we can create a mega-group that functions at a higher level than a sole individual could.  In design, a good designer isn’t simply a creative cookie--one also needs skills that attribute to the other parts of the design process: planning, perfecting, and executing one’s design. A team of designers, on the other hand, can master the design process by building on one another’s strengths. Teamwork is especially important when it comes down to web-design, as it requires knowledge of how to build the design on a computer and make sure that the design is fully operable by the public. This necessitates a certain level of specialization and abundant feedback. At Vimbly Design, we work as a team, allowing each of us to specialize in what we do best--and we feel the benefits of this process! If you’re having trouble working alone on your web-design, or aren’t getting the positive response that you’d like on your designs, contact us and we will use our collaborative design team to solve your problems! ​

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