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Evelina Suzdaltseva
  • 2017/02/01
eve-blog

5 Essential Methodologies of Design

Nowadays we can say without any doubt that design is a multidisciplinary discipline.  Every designer has his or her own methodology and can therefore choose to use different tools and channels to gather information for the design in hand.  Taking this into consideration I have compiled a list of tools that I find very helpful […] read more

Agustin Canovas
  • 2017/01/03
main-picture

5 HTML Editors to Make Your Programming Process Easier

At ConsultR we are constantly researching new practices to improve our workflow. We also strive to always be up to date and anticipate the new tendencies and technical tools that are coming. Particularly in the development department, my area, we are just a bunch of techies concerned about development optimization times. Always taking into consideration the quality […] read more

Evelina Suzdaltseva
  • 2016/12/02
heuristics

Heuristics in the Real World

To put an idea into place when it comes to a designing project, we must first take some important steps.  The choices we make to communicate effectively are not taken at random. Understanding heuristics helps us make better decisions in terms of the topics at hand. These are the three steps that must be followed […] read more

Ramiro Cánovas
  • 2016/08/08
rami_blog

5 Key Concepts That You Must Consider Before Selling Online

Selling online is no longer an easy task. We now live in a world where customers search and decide for online businesses (not the other way around), a world where 88% of consumers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations. We now compete in a market where having a good product is not the […] read more

Santiago Nogues
  • 2015/09/16
image_blog

5 Reasons why Information Architecture (IA) could boost your website

In this article we mention 5 key points that raise the importance of an IA work before the start of development. ”The art and science of organizing and labeling web sites, intranets, online communities and software to support usability and findability”. The Information Architecture Institute 1. IA is not a navigation tree! Information Architecture does not consist […] read more