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Design Trends To Look For In 2016 (In The Form of Gifs!)

Design trends are developing in an exceptional speed and will continue to grow into the next year, with the increasing demands of the user. Here are a couple trends to keep in minds for a simple and worthwhile user-experience. Scrolling above clicking: the user today views all but buys selectively. Show More Summary

Building effective web design teams

When you are just starting out in a web development business, it can be really tempting to try to handle most (if not all) of the work entirely by yourself. It’s not hard to understand the logic: the more of the work you complete personally, the more of the profits you get to keep, right? […]

Web Designers, Are You Seeking or Setting A Trend?

Web design is a process of conceptualizing and planning, using a set of HTML codes and JavaScript, to determine the layout, colours, style of text, images, graphic designs etc. Basically it is creating the structure of a web page. Current...Show More Summary

Design Inspiration: Data & Dashboard UI Design

The increasing popularity of wearable technology like the Apple Watch, and activity trackers, think Fitbit and UP by Jawbone, has us thinking about design in a whole different way. These devices all make data readily available to wearers of the technology and with that comes a whole new opportunity for designing data. Show More Summary

Towards better meetings

Meetings can be fantastic or terrible. I’ve experienced some serious pros run meetings, and when they do, everyone feels great afterwards. Everyone feels like progress was made, that things are clearer than before, that there is continued momentum. (This is a note I sent to… Read more The post Towards better meetings appeared first on Inside Intercom.

Responsive vs. Adaptive, What’s Best for Designers?

Mobile devices can not be ignored. People are using them to visit websites instead of their desktop computers. If your site isn’t easy to view on a mobile device, you are decreasing your chances to get more visitors and increase usage of your site. Show More Summary

Twitter kills-off social proof

You might have noticed in the last few days, that social share buttons on Webdesigner Depot, and across the Web, look a little different. Twitter has finally implemented its planned changes to both update the look of its buttons, and remove the accompanying shares counter. The updated share buttons are white on Twitter-brand blue and […]

Google is Getting Up To Speed With Accelerated Mobile Pages

Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) is Google’s answer to Facebook’s Instant Articles. There is a sudden race to bring responsive content, in the most scalable manner, as quickly as possible to mobile. Publishers, developers, and now Google are jumping on board the quick-to-mobile bandwagon. Show More Summary

Background Music is Still A Thing on Hospitality Websites

We are going way back to when background music was a popular thing that plagued the internet, even before Myspace profiles pages blasted theme music. Even though it reflected “personality” and set a scene, background music was considered more of a nuisance. Show More Summary

Best Design Advice for 2016 from Computer Arts Is. 248

The Latest issue of Computer Arts, 248, is to be released before end-of-year and it will be filled with a forecast for 2016. The magazine has a variety of great advice for designers and the latest trends and concepts to look for in the new year. Show More Summary

The Latest Web Design Tools Made To Focus On Design

Web design tools have not been keeping up. Trends are evolving so fast designers cannot keep up using traditional tools. As a result, Designers are then forced to resort to learning various forms of code. HTML, CSS, JavaScript is now...Show More Summary

Interview – Karen McGrane, UX Designer & Content Strategist

For nearly 20 years Karen has helped create more usable digital products through the power of user experience design and content strategy. She founded Bond Art + Science in 2006, and has led content strategy and information architecture engagements for Franklin Templeton, Marriott, and Celebrity Cruises. Show More Summary

The secret of web success: figure out what your user wants, then give it to them

We all want to give our users an optimal user experience; it has been one of the more recent pillars of web design. Most people equate good user experience with such stuff as great design or a fast-loading website, and it’s great that such attention is being given to optimize these experiences. There is one type […]

The Different Styles of Card Design Layout

As I've mentioned before, Card Design is taking over! What makes it even more refreshing is the different takes you can use to achieve the card style and how adaptable it has become. From tiles, stack, to layers, here are four examples of different ways to use card design in a layout from Dribble. Floating... Read More at The Different Styles of Card Design Layout

Web Design Inspiration: Pricing Tables

Pricing tables are an essential part of most websites selling a service or subscription. There is an endless variety of design option when it come to pricing tables. Here are a couple examples of modern designs, essential layout and animations styles. Sonam Jinpa Tenzin Yama Rabten Pema Karma Norbu Dawa Yonten Tashi Palden Read More at Web Design Inspiration: Pricing Tables

Calypso is WordPress’ Latest Update Utilizing JavaScript

WordPress is getting ready to disrupt itself, with six major releases in the past two years they are getting ready to release their greatest update yet. The update comes from the struggle faced during the reboot with the MP6 project and the version 3.8 release not providing much of an improvement to the platform. Show More Summary

Why Is Fontdeck Closing?

After nearly 6 years in operation, Fontdeck is retiring. The professional webfont service allowed designers the unique capability to preview fonts in their web design and therefore “test” the font before having to commit to a purchase. Show More Summary

Google Embraces Star Wars Across Their Products

Google is encouraging Star Wars fans to “Awaken The Force Within” with their new promotional interface. The Google’s Star Wars promotional rebrand that transform the design theme across all your Google applications.The design theme is dependent on which side you choose, Light or Dark. Show More Summary

Design is a conversation

It’s often said design is a dialogue between designer and user. We talk to users about what they want and need. We discuss projects with our colleagues to examine problems and uncover solutions. Conversation is such a great way of achieving clarity of thought, even… Read more The post Design is a conversation appeared first on Inside Intercom.

How infinite scrolling breaks UX

By now, users are more than familiar with infinite scrolling — the design technique that relentlessly keeps refreshing a page when you scroll down it. Ostensibly designed to replace pagination, infinite scrolling has been hailed as friendlier to the user experience and more convenient, but is it really? Sometimes, conventional wisdom is simply dead wrong, […]

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