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Looking fast beats being fast

You’d be forgiven if you thought that you had to design your clients’ websites to be fast all the time. After all, in modern, UX best practices, a site has to be fast to reduce the bounce rate, keep site visitors engaged, and keep them coming back. Users don’t like slow sites because everyone’s used […]

Top 4 Cloud Computing Languages To Learn Now!

Top 4 Cloud Computing Languages To Learn Now! The Cloud is here, and it’s here to stay. And if you love programming, script-writing, and earning the cushy income that skill set can award you, you’ve probably looked into coding on cloud-based platforms. Show More Summary

Behind the messenger: the right kind of disruption

Let’s face it, no one likes to be interrupted. But whether it’s on our phones, on websites, or even inside... The post Behind the messenger: the right kind of disruption appeared first on Inside Intercom.

Are You Looking for a Pleasant Experience with a WordPress Theme?

Stress is an unwelcome partner when you are designing a website. Some design tools, including WordPress themes, can create stressful experiences. They are, at times simply difficult to use. Problems you may encounter with such a product...Show More Summary

6 Best Landing Page Conversion Trends of 2016 So Far

  So far, 2016 has been a wild ride. A heated race for the US Presidency, Britain’s puzzling move out of the EU, and the world-shaking emergence of Pokémon Go have already made this year a memorable one. In the world of landing page design, things have been thrilling as well. Show More Summary

50+ fresh resources for designers, July 2016

Hey there! We are proud to return fully stacked with a collection of resources and tools that will make the most out of your web design/development skills. We are committed to bring you the best of the best in terms of freebies, we’re sure you’re gonna enjoy them. 50 vector flat style icons pack A […]

Adobe Muse Quick Tip #1 – Page Expansion

Adobe Muse Quick Tip #1 – Page Expansion. No Coding Skills Required.   In the 2015.1 release of Adobe Muse in early February we were introduced to fluid-width breakpoints. This allowed you to create a responsive website in Adobe Muse and change the layout of the website on different breakpoints. Most of us loved it... Read More at Adobe Muse Quick Tip #1 – Page Expansion

7 Ways to Get More Freelance Clients than You Can Handle

Research shows that over 53 million Americans currently work as freelancers, and an estimated half of the American workforce will be freelancers by 2020. However, all is not necessarily rosy for freelancers; it has been revealed that finding work and achieving income stability are the top barriers for freelancers. Show More Summary

Design how you design

Whether you are a designer, engineer, or product manager, you have to work with others to iterate and execute. But... The post Design how you design appeared first on Inside Intercom.

How to select the perfect image format

[– This is an advertorial post on behalf of Cloudinary –] JPEGs, PNGs, and GIFs — oh my! Most web developers only learn which format to use through trial, error, and long experience. And almost nobody understands how these formats actually work. In this article, we’ll take a high-level look at each formats’ compression algorithms, […]

Dealing with Tricky Clients

  One of the sad little truths about the web development game is that good clients are extremely rare.  Some clients have this amazing ability to transform from Jekyll to Hyde without pausing for breath, and the rest of them—pretty much the majority—are simply just jerks.  Incidentally, for any of my clients who are reading... Show More Summary

Essential design trends, July 2016

There’s a lot of overlap in the biggest design themes of July. In many of the examples below, you’ll see that multiple trends are used in many of the examples. That’s because many of the trends are simple techniques that can be added to almost any type of design. This is a showcase of micro-trends. […]

Popular design news of the week: July 18, 2016 – July 24, 2016

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 #349

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 […]

Introducing the Web Design Ledger Shop

We’re thrilled to announce the launch of our new online shop! The Web Design Ledger shop is packed with great deals on everything from gadgets and gear to software, web services, and online courses. We even have special sections dedicated to design and development to ensure you save money on the items you need to do... Read More at Introducing the Web Design Ledger Shop

How to Skew a Circular Symbol in Illustrator

In this tutorial, we’re going to learn how to draw and skew a circular symbol in Adobe Illustrator. The Steps (1-11) 1. Create a New Document. 2. Select the Ellipse Tool, Left-click and hold Shift to draw a circle. Remove any Fill and apply a Stroke width of your choice. For this tutorial, I’ve used... Read More at How to Skew a Circular Symbol in Illustrator

In Praise of the Peculiar: How and Why to Use Surreal Images

By: Anastasia Dyakovskaya “Humans are complex and unpredictable, and there’s no reason why brand visuals can’t be, too.” – Lauren Catten, Art Director at Getty Images Imagination is one of the four factors that make for a powerful image,...Show More Summary

X Free Material Design Templates and Resources

Material design is all about consistency, minimalism and realistic shadow use. These ten examples of material design will help you build your personal portfolio by giving it a modern touch with various material design elements. The free resources can also be used for web app prototyping and web design. Show More Summary

Free download: 100 Web Design Icons from freepik.com

A picture is worth a thousand words, or so they say. When it comes to icons, we’d definitely agree; and it follows that this colorful freebie from freepik.com is worth 100,000 words because it features 100, on-trend icons, free for use in both personal and commercial projects. Pumped full of Material Design charm, these vector […]

CSS Hero: Customize WordPress Themes Easily

While it is common knowledge that there are a large number of WordPress themes out there that can lend your website or blog a unique look. You can opt for a simple free WordPress theme, or go with a premium theme, or even select a framework or starter theme and build your own. In other... Read More at CSS Hero: Customize WordPress Themes Easily

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