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BigWheel Thanksgiving tools blog post

The Best Marketing Tools to Bring to the Table

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we're sharing some tools to make your job easier and marketing better. From development to design and beyond, here are nine tools that we’re grateful for.

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Axle's Journey: How to Create an Animated Timeline

According to the Nielsen Norman Group, most users leave a website within 10 to 20 seconds, so it’s crucial to build an engaging site that communicates your brand’s value proposition up front. 

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Discovering BigWheel’s Core Values

No matter how hectic things get, having a strong set of values can keep your team grounded. To help highlight BigWheel’s core values, each member of our design team took on a few that spoke to them. The goal? Interpret the value and create a visual representation -- no boundaries.

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What a Logo Is, and What It Isn't

At BigWheel we create a lot of corporate identities -- a phrase that encompasses logo design but also includes a visual style guide covering stationery, business cards, email signatures, signage, vehicles, uniforms, etc., even writing style and tone.

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5 Digital Marketing Lessons From Football

The college football season is almost at its halfway point. So far, we’ve seen crazy upsets (Auburn anyone?!), heartbreaking losses, and some downright great games. People love football for its smashmouth hitting and established traditions, but it can also teach us a lot about marketing.

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The Key to Developing User-Friendly Software

Embracing uncertainty is tough -- especially when it comes to digital development.

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How to Select a Credit Card Processing Gateway

Stripe, Square,  -- as the options for online payment gateways grow, how do you know which one is a good fit for your business?


10 Quick Steps to Better Presentations

These quick tips will go a long way toward making your presentations stronger. 

Step away from the mouse.

Don’t open PowerPoint until you first have a clear understanding of the points you are making and an outline of how to make them.