About Angela Noble

Angela Noble is a designer and partner at Kovalent who specializes in print and web design. You can find out more about her and view her portfolio at http://angelanoble.com or follow her on Twitter @AngelaNoble_.

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6 Email Marketing Software Reviews: Software For Every Budget

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Looking for email marketing software that has all the features you want at the price you’re looking to pay? These are unbiased reviews of six email marketing providers for any budget ranging from free to enterprise email marketing solutions. Read through the reviews and decide which is best for your email marketing needs. 1. Constant […]

7 Outstanding Example Presentations Using Prezi

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Prezi is a presentation tool that helps transform lack-luster, static presentations into engaging presentations that tell a story. Instead of moving slide to slide, like a PowerPoint or Keynote presentation, Prezi presentations capture content in a spatial context. Because of this, your audience may be more engaged with your presentation. If you’ve been using PowerPoint, […]

5 Free Marketing Tools from Google You Need to Know About

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With more than 1 billion search queries submitted to Google every day, Google houses a lot of data. Luckily for marketers, Google offers some great tools that provide access to this data. And they are free! Check out these five helpful tools: 1. Google Trends Google Trends is a helpful tool that allows you to […]

11 Industry Leading Mobile Websites And Why They Work

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In the U.S., 50% of all cell phones are smartphones. Yet even with half the market accessing the web from a cell phone, mobile optimized sites are not as frequent as you might think. There are still even more sites that are not only not mobile optimized, but are completely unusable on a mobile device. […]

A Step By Step Guide To Creating a Google+ Business Page

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Nearly every business has a Facebook and Twitter page in place – perhaps even a Pinterest page, but don’t forget about Google+. Google+ can serve as a useful social media method, not just for its social capabilities, but for its search capabilities. Unlike Facebook, Google+ combines search and social – ultimately aiding your SEO. To […]

Resources and Rules For Web Typography Newbies

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It’s been only in very recent times that typography on the web has opened up to more than just web safe fonts. With new (and many times free) web fonts gaining in popularity, web typography is becoming a lot more interesting – and challenging. To navigate the world of web typography, keep these two guidelines […]

6 Rules Every Minimalist Web Designer Should Live By

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Mies van der Rohe is famous for the applying his motto “less is more” to design in architecture. Since his time, designers of all types have adopted and applied the same mentality to their work. Let’s look at how can we apply this “less is more” principle to web design. It’s important to remember that […]

Six Rule-Breaking Websites That Defy The Design Grid

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Having a solid grid system is foundational to good design – web or otherwise. The grid was first widely recognized in the 1950s when the International Typographic Style, or Swiss Style, was adopted by many designers. “The grid system is an aid, not a guarantee. It permits a number of possible uses and each designer […]

Tired of Lorem Ipsum? Check Out These 12 Hilarious Image and Text Placeholders

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Lorem ipsum can get a little boring if you use placeholder text often. And why fill your beautiful site with boring grey boxes when you’re waiting on images from a client? Try one of these hilarious (and not always client appropriate) alternatives for image and text placeholders! Funny Text Placeholders Bacon Ipsum (baconipsum.com) Every cut […]