5 Must Haves for Designers in Training

So, you want to be a designer? That’s great! Maybe you are currently in school, or perhaps you are looking for a change in your career. Regardless of where you are in your life, there are a number of resources that may be of help in providing an opportunity to let your creativity run wild. From design programs to DSLR cameras, here are five “must-haves”...

The Benefits of Confirmation Emails

We’ve talked about how email marketing can be a tricky thing to master. There’s a science to it, and if you’re new to the field, you may find yourself struggling along the way. But not to worry – we’ve all been there. Email marketing is more than just the copy, design, and timing. In some cases, it’s about the relationship between the customer and the...

4 Helpful Tricks to Improve the Speed of Your Website

We’ve reached a point in technology where anything longer than four seconds is basically unacceptable. Users have a shorter patience threshold because getting information on the internet is so easy these days. If you are experiencing a slower loading speed, here are some things you may want to consider. Optimize your images High-quality images and videos will always be better when it comes to making...

6 Things You Need To Know When Beginning Editorial Design

*This post originally appeared on Creative Bloq and is authored by our very own Mike Krupsky and CB’s Ruth Hamilton.  If you’re keen to add another skill to your design portfolio, editorial design could be a great place to start. It can be a daunting task for someone who isn’t used to formatting large amounts of text. The skills you’ll need are different to those of other...

Full Circle Design Certified by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council

We are thrilled to announce that in December, we were awarded the national certification as a Women’s Business Enterprise by the Center for Women & Enterprise, a regional certifying partner of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC). WBENC’s national standard of certification implemented by the Center for Women & Enterprise is a meticulous process including an in-depth review of the business and site inspection....

How We Unwrapped Extra Creativity this Holiday Season

The holidays are a great excuse to boost creativity. Our team of designers and developers work tirelessly on some great projects for our clients, but the holidays present a challenge to design something extraordinary, for ourselves. In previous years, you may have seen our custom designed four packs of craft beer, our “cheesy” holiday cards and cheese assortment, and our handcrafted paint cans equipped with...

Why Typography Can Make or Break Your Website

Font styles are everywhere. They’re used in your email, on your social feed, and on every page of every website you’ll uncover. From something as small as a phone number, to a more developed blog piece, we continually encounter different type styles. Most typefaces are chosen for a specific reason. We can all joke about Comic Sans and Papyrus being terrible (no offense), but the...

How to Imrpove Your Website Bounce Rate

When it comes to monitoring your website, one of the first things to look at is the bounce rate. How many people are leaving your website after visiting just one page? Generally, anything 40 percent and below is ideal. Forty to 60 is average, and anything above 70 percent means you need to do some serious updates. These numbers will depend on how many visitors...