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20+ Fresh & Creative 404 Error Pages Examples For Your Inspiration

It’s necessary to have a beautiful and appealing 404 error page. It appeared when a user used wrong URL or broken link. Besides, it can show up when the page URL was changed or redirected. When a user has landed on 404 page, there is a huge chance he or she will leave without having... Read More at 20+ Fresh & Creative 404 Error Pages Examples For Your Inspiration

Infographic: 46 Conversion Rate Optimization Hacks

If we’re not mincing words, web design is the business of getting people to buy stuff, or buy into stuff. Except, you know, it’s on the web. And unlike with printed ads, or TV ads, we have to make sure it works in every browser. Nowhere is this more literally true than in ecommerce. Hence, […]

Zapier’s Wade Foster on bringing easy automation to the enterprise

We have all come to rely on a myriad of different web tools to do our work, but... The post Zapier’s Wade Foster on bringing easy automation to the enterprise appeared first on Inside Intercom.

Getting product strategy right

In the early days of a company, getting product strategy right is way more important than perfecting sales,... The post Getting product strategy right appeared first on Inside Intercom.

Design Bucket List: 10 Projects Everyone Should Try at Least Once

It’s easy to get caught up in the everyday routine if you are a website designer. Whether you are managing sites for clients or taking care of a company website, it is important to step back from the daily grind to keep your design chops fresh. Working on projects outside of that primary role is […]

Best PHP Books, Courses and Tutorials in 2017

While JavaScript has gained popularity for animation and interaction, PHP still rules the server-side scripting world. Developers with strong PHP skills are more competitive in the job market, and can build better sites with improved user experiences. Show More Summary

9 Must-Have Features For Magazine-Style Blogs

Online blogs have morphed into digital publications with every major print brand running its own website. These blogs usually take the form of a digital magazine which looks much more professional than a smaller personal site. But what goes into a magazine layout? And how can you design one for your own site? This list […]

Why you should have skin in the engineering game

On my way to becoming a product engineer with Intercom I took an unusual diversion for a few... The post Why you should have skin in the engineering game appeared first on Inside Intercom.

Why Designers Should Start Fights

It’s one of the worst parts about being a designer: Being forced to create work you feel is subpar. Work that’s absolutely doomed to fail. Designers go through this every day. This isn’t exclusive to designers, but it’s especially destructive because our work is often devalued by the rest of the team. They devalue our […]

The right way to respond to feature requests

If you work in customer support, you’ll likely encounter a familiar situation: a user will ask about a... The post The right way to respond to feature requests appeared first on Inside Intercom.

Make online messaging personal by embracing the nonverbal

At Intercom we want to enable businesses to communicate with their customers in a personal and meaningful way.... The post Make online messaging personal by embracing the nonverbal appeared first on Inside Intercom.

14 Best ECommerce Options for Designers

With Black Friday/Cyber Monday just a few weeks away, it’s time to get clients set up and ready to sell. The list of solutions to choose from keeps on getting longer, so how do you pick which one to go with? Start with a list of features that are must-haves for your client, be clear […]

Popular Design News of the Week: October 30, 2017 – November 5, 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 #413

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 […]

Marketer Cheats his Field With Design – Creates 15 Logos in 15 Days

Robert Katai’s first contact with the design was back in the days when Photoshop was a fun tool, used essentially for liquifying friends’ faces. We’ve all been there, on either one of the teams – the liquefiers or the liquified. TheShow More Summary

Top Notch Web Apps for Designers and Design Teams

Whatever your business or occupation, you want to make the best use of your core competencies. These might involve web design, project management, or business management. Your responsibilities can also involve necessary, yet tedious and time-consuming tasks. Show More Summary

Using case studies to tell your story for you

It’s easy to forget how much those of us in B2B SaaS companies ask of our potential customers.... The post Using case studies to tell your story for you appeared first on Inside Intercom.

Creating WebVR Experiences with A-Frame

WebVR is an amazing way to create immersive 3D Virtual Reality experiences in the browser. It’s an experimental specification of Javascript API’s and has a lot of backers and people pushing it forwards, with Mozilla being a big part of that. With the explosion of VR headsets coming to market and more on the horizon, now […]

Sujan Patel on growth marketing for startups

Sujan Patel has made a career out of unlocking growth opportunities through marketing. A co-founder of the growth... The post Sujan Patel on growth marketing for startups appeared first on Inside Intercom.

Ruby On Rails Isn’t Going Anywhere

Ruby on Rails has gotten some tough press recently, with programs like Coding Dojo dropping Rails from its boot camps and workshops. What’s happened to the once dominant coding language? Despite the fact that Ruby on Rails is the underlying framework for many of the most popular websites, developers are moving on to new things. Show More Summary

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