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Comics of the Week #391

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 […]

How You Can Compete Against DIY Site Builders

How does the little guy compete? How do you win against these giant companies? It’s inevitable right? The big guy always wins. Walmart decimated the Mom & Pops. Home Depot killed the local hardware stores. And now, it’s your turn. Squarespace, and Wix, and Webydo, and a dozen others are winning and putting you out […]

How to optimise your landing pages for multi-channel marketing

Building a high-converting landing page isn’t easy. Unfortunately, it’s not any easier when you’re designing a landing page for a multi-channel marketing campaign, with multiple devices, platforms, and points of origin to take into account. Show More Summary

Product feedback you should ignore

As your startup grows and starts to gain traction suddenly everyone has opinions about your product. You will... The post Product feedback you should ignore appeared first on Inside Intercom.

Mule Design’s Mike Monteiro on responsibility in experience design

What responsibilities do designers have to their clients, their users and ultimately, themselves? Mike Monteiro will tell you... The post Mule Design’s Mike Monteiro on responsibility in experience design appeared first on Inside Intercom.

A bulletproof guide to improve your onboarding

People arrive at a product with all kinds of different intentions, perspectives, and levels of familiarity at their... The post A bulletproof guide to improve your onboarding appeared first on Inside Intercom.

11 Shocking Designs Straight Out of the ‘90s

The Internet has certainly been through a lot over the past 20+ years. We’ve watched web design change from the most basic of HTML markups to complex JavaScript, CSS and HTML5 coding. But remembering the past can be fun and that’s why, this Thursday, we’re throwing you back to the 90’s for a look at […]

15 Best Sliders and Galleries For Your Next Project

If you want to grab a visitor’s attention by displaying a set of images, sliders are a great way to get that done. The best sliders are attention-getting, with attractive animations that match the tone and purpose of your site. We’ve collected a list of some of our favorite sliders and galleries below. Show More Summary

How to Add Gradient Text to your Adobe Muse Website

How to Add Gradient Text in Adobe Muse. No Coding Skills Required.    Gradients can be a great touch when wanting to add more styling to your website. With a lot of UI and UX design these days we are seeing gradients everywhere. It is actually a real art and skill to make sure the... Read More at How to Add Gradient Text to your Adobe Muse Website

My Journey Of Learning Programming Through Flatiron School #25

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. Throughout my courses that I have taken within The Flatiron School so far, I have realized one major thing. Show More Summary

Designing half of a conversation

Bot design is at a fork in the road. It keeps circling back to the same issues, like... The post Designing half of a conversation appeared first on Inside Intercom.

General Design Elements For Basic Website Development

The concept of web design can easily appear to be intimidatingly complicated. Designers are expected to achieve versatility and visibility, deliver information in an enticing and enriching manner, and be technically sound as well as visually coherent in one robust package. Show More Summary

4 Ways Use Functional Animation in UI Design

Just a decade ago user interfaces that used animations were avoided, being most often associated with popups and flashing ads, but this has changed. Today details of interaction design and animation make a fundamental difference on modern websites and in modern apps. This mindset shift is clearly expressed in Zurb’s statement: We’re no longer just […]

The Public Perception of Graphic Designers That Needs Fixing

You could be forgiven for thinking the average man in the street understands what a graphic designer does, but it’s readily apparent that they do not.  Sure, there’s a basic understanding that you work with graphics or pictures, but very little understanding of what is involved in the production of a graphic design. Show More Summary

How Can Getting An UltraWide Monitor Change a Designer’s Life

‘Curve and Create‘ by @Littledrill featuring LG UltraWide Monitor 34UC98   A couple of months ago, we got the chance to test LG’s UltraWide monitor. To be frank, my expectations before the monitor arrived weren’t very high. I’m a typical mac user and I’m not much of a monitor user. Show More Summary

This Red Goes to #FG0000: Wide-Gamut Color with ≪Picture≫ and Cloudinary

Recently, I had the pleasure of reading Craig Hockenberry’s short, sweet, and informative Making Sense of Color Management. In the book, Craig points out that while new, Hi-DPI screens present us with more resolution than our eyes can actually see, they’re nowhere close to being able to produce all of the colors that we’re capable […]

How product marketing helps build product

There is a popular, but fundamentally wrong, analogy for how product management and product marketing work together: product... The post How product marketing helps build product appeared first on Inside Intercom.

Microsoft Is Redesigning Windows 10 And We Love It

Although Microsoft revealed a lot during its Build developer conference that took place in Seattle last week, for the developers, the most expected news was the announcement of the Windows 10’s biggest UI refresh:  Windows 10 “Fall Creators Update”. Show More Summary

10 Essential Rules for UI Design

Design never really used to matter all that much. It’s hard to imagine now, but before Apple’s meteoric rise to global popularity, design usually took a backseat to functionality. Today, design has become a world onto itself, and the community of designers and developers have united to develop a coherent set of rules for the […]

Comics of the Week #390

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 […]

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