Business owners and web designers are pulled in many different directions when determining what features and content they should add to their website. Variables like site colors, button designs, animations, copy and messaging, user flow, search engine optimization, fonts, photos and video, page performance and more all play a role in how an overall design […]
The 2017 Inside Intercom World Tour visited 10 cities with 12 speakers, who bared many of the most... The post Intercom’s Megan Sheridan on managing events at a product-led company appeared first on Inside Intercom.
A picture is worth a thousand words, so the saying goes, but maybe some pictures are worth more than others. Is it better to use photographs or illustrations? That’s the question this article will examine. As is so often the case, there is no definitive answer, however what is clear is that there are certain... Show More Summary
Since it’s founding, Intercom has been based in Dublin and San Francisco. For our first few years we... The post The future of our Operator bot is in London appeared first on Inside Intercom.
When designing for a specific audience, the challenge lies in not reducing that audience down to a trope.... The post Behind the design work of Building Intercom appeared first on Inside Intercom.
There are basically two kinds of portfolio websites nowadays: those with asymmetrical layouts, and those with background images that change when you hover over the name of a project. At least, that’s kind of how it feels this month. Now, these are not bad-looking sites by any means. There are just a lot of them. […]
Written by Taira Sabo, Wix Design Community Expert. Out of all of the creative people in the world, designers have a very clear vision of what their online portfolio should look like. Their line of work demands a site that lives up to...Show More Summary
For SaaS companies today, everyone wants to be the next big platform. But if you think it’s as... The post The pains of growing a platform appeared first on Inside Intercom.
With everyone getting excited (on a positive or negative note, depending on who you’re taking to) over Gutenberg launching in WordPress 5.0, it’s easy to forget that WordPress had another major version update that went live in the past week. WordPress 4.9 officially launched in November, 2017 after a slight delay from the original anticipated launch. […]
Black Friday is coming, and web designers and developers haven’t been left out. We’ve put together eight deals, one or more of which you’re bound to find useful. Each one is offered at a discount! So, make sure you check these products out before Black Friday slips away for another year. These are money-saving deals... Read More at Save Now With These 9 Superb Black Friday Deals
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, […]
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 […]
Web design and development competition can be fierce for freelancers. This is especially the case for those, who have small businesses as their targets. It’s often hard enough to find work in a specific niche. Now, imagine how difficult...Show More Summary
This week, Mozilla launched Firefox 57—aka Quantum—the biggest update to the browser in its 13 year history. 75% of Firefox’s code has been rewritten for Quantum, 5,000,000 lines of code in total. 700 developers, including 80 volunteers, have contributed to the codebase since August. It is, in effect, a brand new browser. Firefox has always […]
There’s a classic Calvin and Hobbes cartoon strip that’s always stuck with me. In it we see our... The post A day in the life of a message appeared first on Inside Intercom.
There are a number of businesses and services belonging to the financial sector. These include startups, small firms, private financial advisors, investment firms, etc. Launching any business or financial website becomes much simpler and easier with the help of the ready-made WordPress themes. Show More Summary
We used to see designs on the screen of our computers, smartphones, and tablets. However, there is still something magical in holding a printed design in hands and being able to feel the texture. In this collection, we handpicked some beautiful custom-crafted rubber stamp logo designs you need to see. Show More Summary
It’s been a while since my first pack of subtle grunge brushes were released, 7 years in fact! In that time I’ve released 5 previous brush packs which...
When you do it right, a call-to-action button will get visual attention. When paired with an offer that is compelling, it actually gets people very eager to act. The way the CTA button is created, as well as the text used, actually has a very big impact on click-throughs. The Call-To-Action What color? What size? […]
Shaun Clowes believes authentic growth is fundamentally a product-related exercise. The reason is simple: No matter how many... The post Metromile’s Shaun Clowes on activating and retaining users appeared first on Inside Intercom.