Results Driven Branding: A Design Blog with a Focus on Educating Our Clients


Good results start with a good understanding of the world of digital branding and design! Our blog is all about design. Come with us as we take a quick look behind the curtain and to see what good design is all about! We’ll decode a lot of the jargon and explain all the big acronyms, like S.E.O., S.S.L., HTML and CSS. We’ll also take a look at what is going on in the industry, so stay tuned to hear about new tools and solutions. If you have any subjects you'd like to see covered, then drop us a line at info@kcxdesign.com.

Results Driven Branding, the KCX Media Blog, is all about helping you to grow your business by knowing what it all means and empowering you to make the best decisions.


A set of responsive screens, to demonstrate what we mean by responsive design

Web Design Trends: What is Responsive Design?

By Jason Usher

You’ve probably heard a lot of developers talk about “responsive design”, but do you understand what it is? If you’ve been around the design world, shopping for a new website or learning how to get in the industry, then you’ve no doubt heard someone say something along the lines of “take a mobile first approach…

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WordPress is one of the largest CMS on the internet; 30% of Websites are built on it.

Secret Confessions of a WordPress Cowboy: Why should I choose WordPress?

By Jason Usher

Okay, it’s confession time, and rather than bury the lead I am just going to come out and spill it: I used to avoid using WordPress. I didn’t hate WordPress, but I was a bit of a web design snob. I used to get excited by the intricacies of crushing a challenging layout with a…

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What is the difference between a web professional and a novice web designer? Find out in this post!

Why do you want a professional web designer?

By Jason Usher

The path to designing a web page is like a navigating a city highway. You get on the road with a very straightforward choice; you can go north and south or east and west. Your destination is clear, but within minutes you start coming across exits, interchanges where highways and interstate compete for traffic. Designing…

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