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10 Love-Infused Valentine Day Posters

Feel the love in the air with these Valentine’s day poster ideas. Each poster sends out a message by using a wide variety of visual tools. Let’s see what we can learn from these ten examples. #1: Play Around With Typography Created by: Ryan...Show More Summary

Insights and lessons from some of the best people in product

The foundation of our blog has always been sharing the lessons we’ve learned building Intercom. When we kickstarted our podcast... The post Insights and lessons from some of the best people in product appeared first on Inside Interc...

75+ type driven sites

When we talk about the visual elements of a website, we are usually referring to images: photos, illustrations, icons, possibly the UI. What we tend to forget is that text is visual too. It is, after all, the visual representation of the spoken word. And text, just like images, can be beautiful or ugly, intriguing […]

11 Fullscreen Menus in Adobe Muse

Add a Fullscreen Menu to your Adobe Muse Website. No Coding Skills Required.    A big part of a website is the navigation menu. Well designed menus can make navigating a website easier and more interesting. One of the first things I look for when looking at a website is where the menu is located and how... Read More at 11 Fullscreen Menus in Adobe Muse

Finding your way from maker to manager

The transition from engineer to engineering manager can be a tough one. But become a manager of engineering managers and... The post Finding your way from maker to manager appeared first on Inside Intercom.

5 Above the Fold Elements that Get Your Audience’s Attention

An old study from Nielsen states that web visitors spend 80.3% of their time above the fold – the top area of your site that’s immediately viewable upon loading. Furthermore, Google found out that ads above the fold had 68% viewability, as opposed to ads below the fold with only 40%. Show More Summary

Discover powerful analytics for free, with FullStory

As UX designers, the most valuable tool we have is knowledge of how users are interacting with our products. It’s impossible to design a valuable, and successful site without a deep understanding of how users experience it in the real world. One tool for developing a comprehensive understanding of how your users experience your site, […]

My Journey Of Learning Programming Through Flatiron School #8

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. In the simplest terms that I can think of. Show More Summary

How To Boost Your Freelance Web Design Career By Building a Network

Hey there freelance web designer – you’re leaving money on the table! We all know about the struggles of starting a career in freelance web design. You’re probably not aware of the right places to look for work, you might be underselling...Show More Summary

The simple formula for great UX design

We’re in the midst of a digital renaissance. With the rise of startups and transformative tech companies like Apple and Google, the user’s experience has never been more important. That means that the humble designer is suddenly essential to the experiences of billions of people. And we designers have risen to the challenge. As a […]

How soon is now? Discovering the many jobs of language in design

In a simple design, every element has to pull its own weight. A messaging app — no matter what frills... The post How soon is now? Discovering the many jobs of language in design appeared first on Inside Intercom.

SMS is making everything old new again

SMS has long been the whipping boy of the messaging world. Compared to the latest breed of messaging apps, SMS... The post SMS is making everything old new again appeared first on Inside Intercom.

8 reasons 80s flair will rule design in 2017

Trends come and go in waves. The latest wave when it comes to web design is totally 1980s. From bright color to flat design and plenty of gnarly geometry, lots of designs feature these looks. For many designers, the 80s are a flashback to their youth, and this trend has everyone totally amped. Here’s why 80s style is […]

Popular design news of the week: January 16, 2017 – January 22, 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 #375

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 […]

Neon Text Effect Photoshop Tutorial

In this tutorial, we’re going to learn how to create a neon text effect in Adobe Photoshop. Download Adobe Photoshop. Read More at Neon Text Effect Photoshop Tutorial

Infographic: What’s a graphic designer?

Ever wondered how you measure up to the rest of the industry? How do you compare to the average age, location, and salary of other graphic designers? Did you know that our industry is dominated by young women? Happily, now you can learn everything you ever needed to know about your job, with this exclusive […]

Mozilla Unveils Appropriate Rebrand For Their Open Internet Goals

Mozilla has had a few different looks during its 18-year history, but none have ever been quite as appropriate, or quite as wonderfully geeky, as their newest rebranding efforts. As the creators of the only popular web browser that is...Show More Summary

4 Ways To Share Free Design Resources With The World

  Last year, we’ve reviewed some of the best places to sell your digital design online, including marketplaces, font shops, stock graphic sites, and shopping card solutions. Yet, if you’re planning to do some charity and wish to give away your designs for free, these websites won’t be of much help. Show More Summary

Web Design Inspired by The Pantone 2017 Color of The Year

Pantone’s color of the year choice is a symbolic color pick by the famous American color corporation. It is a representation of the current global state of mind. Since the beginning of the 21st Century, Pantone has picked 17 unique colors which have served as trend guides for industry professionals. Show More Summary

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