10 of the Best About Us Pages and How to Make Your Own

Best About Us Page Examples Yellow Leaf Hammocks Eight Hour Day Apptopia Moz Cultivated Wit Nike Refinery29 Marie Catribs Bulldog Skincare Doomtree Building a website is, in many ways, an exercise of willpower. It’s tempting to get distracted by the bells and whistles of the design process, and forget all... Read more

Where’s Video Going? 10 Trends to Watch [Infographic]

Once upon a time, a focal point in the family room was a sizable, heavy box that delivered picture shows into our lives. Families arranged the furniture so you could see its magical screen while listening to its simple little speaker. When you turned it on entertainment and information came... Read more

A Comprehensive Guide to Kerning in Typography

I’m willing to bet you already know what kerning is — you just don’t realize it. While you might not recognize when kerning is done well, you certainly see it when it’s done poorly. Here’s an example of bad kerning: M a rk e t i ng . Kerning is... Read more

Every Business Has an Origin Story: A Lesson in Branding

“We’ve lost our way.” I’ve heard this from clients countless times. And it’s no wonder people are saying this: today’s businesses have to evolve very quickly because employees rarely stay in one job for their whole careers and technology is growing so fast that it’s a constant battle to keep... Read more

Facebook Has Launched Its Political Ad Archive

Facebook today unveiled the publicly searchable archive of political ads it said it would develop in April. The launch comes alongside new labeling requirements for all election- and issue-based ads, which includes a disclosure of who paid for them. The History of These Changes These latest developments come after months... Read more

GDPR and the Right Side of History

Brian Halligan sent this note to all HubSpot employees this morning: Yesterday, I got three emails from vendors asking me if it is okay that they keep sending me emails. I imagine you got a few as well. The irony is hard to miss. Rather than making a sarcastic joke,... Read more