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How to Add an HTML5 Video Player with Lightbox in Adobe Muse

How to Add an HTML5 Video Player with Lightbox in Adobe Muse. No Coding Skills Required.    Video is becoming our main way of consuming information. It is most evident with YouTube as 300 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube everyShow More Summary

Behind the scenes: The Inside Intercom World Tour

The events team at Intercom began this year with the goal of creating a series of events that... The post Behind the scenes: The Inside Intercom World Tour appeared first on Inside Intercom.

How to Build Banners With Custom Fonts Using Just Urls

Designing fun, visually appealing party banners can be a complicated task if you don’t have enough graphic design experience or know how to use image editing software, such as Photoshop or Sketch. Buying and installing an image editing software, installing custom fonts, designing the graphics and figuring out how to apply a text overlay can […]

Is a 4-Hour Workday Your Dream? Get To It With 260+ Pre-Built Websites

You might think that you have the needed skills to get by financially on a 4-hour workday.  Yet, it can be challenging to figure out how to get started down that path. As it is at the moment, even 8-hour workdays aren’t always enough to meet your deadlines. Show More Summary

45 Catastrophic Failures in Graphic Design That Will Make You Laugh

As we all know, a visual design’s purpose, regardless if it’s logos designs, outdoor signage, ads design or website designs, their job is to give off the same energy you would want people to receive when you describe the company or the organization they represent. Show More Summary

New Web Designers: How to Avoid Neglecting SEO Best Practices

For many new web designers, the focal point of their services is providing a magnificent design that checks all the right boxes in terms of user experience.  It sounds strange when they are asked to incorporate search engine optimisation. Show More Summary

Learn, unlearn and relearn: the changing face of your engineering career

In the not too distant past, a career in engineering was relatively straightforward. You studied one or more... The post Learn, unlearn and relearn: the changing face of your engineering career appeared first on Inside Intercom.

The Essential Guide to UX for AR

2017 looks set to be the year that augmented reality (AR) moves firmly into the mainstream. As the next big technology trend, it looks set to have a massive impact on user experience and, by extension, user experience design. The good news is that augmented reality has the potential to solve user problems that have […]

Popular Design News of the Week: July 10, 2017 – July 16, 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 #398

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 […]

You are not in the bridge building business

Bad product decisions come with the label “just this once, just for that customer.” Building one-off workarounds or... The post You are not in the bridge building business appeared first on Inside Intercom.

10 Free Kick-Ass Ghost Themes

Ghost is a newer blogging CMS placing simplicity over all else. It’s one of the easiest platforms to install and learn on your own. But it certainly doesn’t have as large of a community as WordPress so theme selection is limited. Thankfully there’s a big open source community around Ghost so developers who do create themes often release […]

My Journey Of Learning Programming Through Flatiron School #32

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. This week I finally finished one of the final project through The Flatiron School. Show More Summary

Are You Using The Right CMS Platform?

CMS is short for Content Management System – and it’s easy to understand why many novices find the term confusing. Broken down, it sounds like a specialized tool, something you might use to store and organize materials before putting them online or saving reference materials. Show More Summary

5 Popular UX Patterns That Users Hate

UX patterns are design solutions that can be repeated for common problems. Their aim is to make user accessibility much easier, which leads to better performance in terms of conversion or retention. However, sometimes these patterns can actually become quite a nuisance for your users instead of benefitting them. That’s why I’m here to show […]

Build Better Contact Forms with These Guidelines

Look around the web, and you’ll see that web developers (and their clients) love contact forms. And for good reason: they collect important information about customers cheaply and effectively. But so many of these forms are clumsily designed or poorly implemented, cutting companies off from their customer. Show More Summary

How to Build a Responsive Website in Adobe Muse – FREE 17 Day Course

How to Build a Responsive Website in Adobe Muse. No Coding Skills Required    We’ve seen quite a few changes to Adobe Muse since its initial release in 2012. The initial release focused on adaptive design and scroll effects, and then Adobe Muse evolved to responsive design and breakpoints. Show More Summary

19 Best New Portfolio Sites, July 2017

Hello WDD Readers. It’s July, and is it hot in here, or is it just these awesome portfolios? This month, it seems that post-minimalism and brutalism are giving way to our love of things that look pretty and designery. That’s a word now. Oh, you’ll still see a few sites that embrace the “artist” aesthetic […]

Why your startup needs interview structure

Every company needs to hire people, but startups often need to hire faster and in more bulk than... The post Why your startup needs interview structure appeared first on Inside Intercom.

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