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How To Set Your Freelance Web Designer Rates

It’s tough being a freelancer. Not only is it getting more competitive as more professionals choose to go independent, but there’s a good chance you’re competing with people from all over the world. Globalization and online servicesShow More Summary

Vanity metrics, the future, and 100,000 thank yous

Hi. I’m Eoghan McCabe. I’m the CEO and a co-founder of Intercom. You may remember me from such blog posts... The post Vanity metrics, the future, and 100,000 thank yous appeared first on Inside Intercom.

4 simple steps for perfect web navigation

From checking movie times, to reading a Photoshop tip, to reviewing the daily news, we can find almost any information we are looking for on the Internet. One part of a website that is especially important in helping us find what we are looking for is its navigation.  When we engage with a website we […]

My Journey Of Learning Programming Through Flatiron School #12

My name is Mason Ellwood, and I’m currently working on Flatiron School’s Online Full Stack Web Development Program. Each week, I’ll be writing about my experience, what I’m learning, and tips on learning to code. Something that I have struggled with personally, is finding a comfortable place to work. Show More Summary

The Hipstory Collection – 21 Famous People Depicted As Hipsters

Hipstory is a project created by Amit Shimoni, an Israeli artist (29), graduate of the Be’zalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem. A little bit about the creator, Shimoni is the founder and operator of his design studio Amit Shimoni...Show More Summary

20 Best Business & Services WordPress Themes

No modern business can be a success without solid web presentation. Most of the entrepreneurs understand this very well. Web design services are in demand now and will be asked for many years to come. However, not every website will make a business thriving. Show More Summary

How to Add a Responsive Lightbox in Adobe Muse

How to Add a Responsive Lightbox in Adobe Muse. No Coding Skills Required.    A Lightbox is a great way to have your website visitors focus their attention on a specific item on your web page. With a Lightbox you can have the website be in the background while a specific item is emphasized in the... Read More at How to Add a Responsive Lightbox in Adobe Muse

What energizes a product manager?

I had a call with a customer recently, who wanted to share their thoughts with our product team on what... The post What energizes a product manager? appeared first on Inside Intercom.

Opera completely redesigns its desktop browser

Opera has recently unveiled a brand-new refresh of its user interface in the developer stream. Really part of a bigger project named Reborn—appropriately so—this new build offers a totally new look and some new features that are sure to pique the interest of many designers. According to the blog entry on Opera’s official website, the […]

Facebook Messenger App Gets A Brand New Look

The popular social networking platform made yet another important change that was not formally announced. Facebook made a move that has probably been planned for a long time: the platform just changed the entire messaging experience by integrating the Messenger app into its desktop version. Show More Summary

Why the theory of dominant design matters for your product: an engineer’s take

As an engineer, things that don’t make sense keep me up at night. I need to find some underlying order... The post Why the theory of dominant design matters for your product: an engineer’s take appeared first on Inside Intercom.

The best new portfolio sites, February 2017

Welcome, readers. I realize that some of you may have had romantic plans this month, but now that’s out the way, we need to look through a bunch of portfolio sites and rate them without actually assigning a numerical value to them. I assure you, your friends and loved ones will understand. (Who doesn’t love […]

How to Build an Effective e-Commerce Shopping Cart

The internet has given shopping a whole new meaning. No longer do you have to wait for someone to come into your store, or meet you in person. In fact, you can never see customers in person and still run a successful sales operation....Show More Summary

Popular design news of the week: February 13, 2017 – February 19, 2017

Every week users submit a lot of interesting stuff on our sister site Webdesigner News, highlighting great content from around the web that can be of interest to web designers.  The best way to keep track of all the great stories and news being posted is simply to check out the Webdesigner News site, however, […]

Comics of the week #379

Every week we feature a set of comics created exclusively for WDD. The content revolves around web design, blogging and funny situations that we encounter in our daily lives as designers. These great cartoons are created by Jerry King, an award-winning cartoonist who’s one of the most published, prolific and versatile cartoonists in the world […]

Is it time to go freelance?

There’s a tendency within the design community to depict freelancing as a goal to be achieved. Who wouldn’t want to lie in every day, do two hours of work in front of the TV, followed by an afternoon in coffee shops posing for stock photographers, all while getting paid twice your current salary, and having your […]

10 Resource Sites For Free Website Background Images

Building an entire website on your own requires special attention to details and a good eye for design. We’ve covered plenty of topics on website design, including essential features, user experience, and search engine optimization.Show More Summary

Mind the Product’s Janna Bastow on building product roadmaps

Building a great product is hard. Building a great product without a plan that accounts for iteration, quality control and... The post Mind the Product’s Janna Bastow on building product roadmaps appeared first on Inside Intercom.

Microsoft’s Project Neon redesigns Windows 10

Thanks to Microsoft’s radical redesign of Windows 10, you may not recognize much of the classic operating system’s UI anymore. That’s because the company has decided to go in a new direction, cleaning up the software’s interface for a more minimalist approach. According to a recent tweet by Tom Hounsell, a Microsoft enthusiast and the developer behind […]

Finding the metrics that matter for your product

Startup literature is full of ardent advice on how to measure activation, engagement and how users are interacting with your... The post Finding the metrics that matter for your product appeared first on Inside Intercom.

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