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Foundation 6.4 Released

Foundation 6.4 has been released by the team over at Zurb, and while it’s packed with tweaks and improvements that you’d expect from any release, the big news is that the Flexbox-based grid is now the default layout tool. XY Grid The new grid is called the XY Grid, and it’s truly powerful thanks to […]

Learn how to nurture new signups beyond the free trial

The SaaS law of averages suggests 40-60% of people who sign up for a free trial of your... The post Learn how to nurture new signups beyond the free trial appeared first on Inside Intercom.

5 UX Truths Cats Can Teach Us

Cat pictures and GIFs make the web go round. That much is obvious to anyone who has used the web at all in the last couple of decades. But cats aren’t just great content. They’re great companions for those of us too busy to take care of dogs. They’re smart little fluffy things, though. Over […]

Work Better With The Top Invoicing And Time Tracking Apps

Time tracking helps you run a better business. Also, without an invoicing process in place, you can have trouble being paid for the work you do. Unless you’re schooled in business management and accounting practices, either task can be a hassle. Show More Summary

5 Wireframing Tools for Rapid Prototyping

Wireframing tools are used to create rudimentary layouts for websites and applications. Developers use them to plan their user interface and test different options. If you’ve ever sketched out a website site design on graph paper or even a napkin, you’ve done some wireframing. Show More Summary

5 Excellent Examples of Great UX/UI In 2017

In order to build a website with a great UI/UX, every company should take into consideration a lot of factors. You must make the users feel at home and extend their reach from the first interaction with your website. Therefore, the essence of an excellent UI design is to help users complete a given task... Read More at 5 Excellent Examples of Great UX/UI In 2017

50 Freshest and Cleanest Minimalist WordPress Themes

Minimalism is always in vogue, so if you believe that sometimes less is more, you should definitely browse this showcase. Furthermore, as you understand, here you will find clean and clear, trendy minimalist designs. Some designers, especially newbies think that it’s easier to create a minimalist design than the regular one. Show More Summary

9 Exciting Open Source Sass Frameworks

Every CSS developer should know about Sass to see what it offers. This superset of CSS has revolutionized stylesheets much like jQuery revolutionized JavaScript. And alongside many CSS UI frameworks we also have SCSS/Sass frontend frameworks. Most of these are pretty new but gaining traction quickly. We’ve curated 9 of the best free SCSS frameworks […]

Announcing our fourth office – London

Intercom is growing at a phenomenal rate. We’re on a mission to make internet business personal, to disrupt... The post Announcing our fourth office – London appeared first on Inside Intercom.

A marketer’s guide to localization

Attracting users to your product is hard. It’s doubly hard if they don’t understand what you’re saying. Even... The post A marketer’s guide to localization appeared first on Inside Intercom.

10 Ways to Design Menus That Don’t Suck

There are definite right and wrong ways to design navigation menus. This basic part of a website is often overlooked in the design process and it shows in terms of usability. Clunky, overcrowded or missing navigation are the most common issues and quite frankly they can make your website simply suck. Don’t be that guy […]

How to Design a Landing Page That Converts

Every e-commerce website is designed to have one primary goal: to convert visitors. Conversion can range from a completed sale to registering a membership, or filling out a subscription form. Whatever it is, an effectively designed website must be able to convince users to achieve that primary goal. Show More Summary

Popular Design News of the Week: June 19, 2017 – June 25, 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 #395

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 […]

Is UX Really That Important?

One of the most oft-repeated criticisms of any design is that it’s “poor user experience”. UX is set up as the ultimate achievement for any design project. But is this an over-simplification of the designer’s role? Should everything be about user experience? To paraphrase Leonard Hofstadter: “UX is a ‘smart decision’; it is like a […]

The value of a diverse workplace

Having a supportive and open culture in the workplace leads to happy, motivated people who feel accepted. A... The post The value of a diverse workplace appeared first on Inside Intercom.

5 Essential Web Design Trends Making a Breakthrough This Month

The first impression is always important and usually, you have just a few seconds to impress. Nice and quality clothes, matched accessories, coming to meetings on time, all these matters. They give people a first glance about who you are and create some emotions related to you. Show More Summary

6 Essential Open Source Tools for Web Designers

The web runs on open source software. Most of it is in the back end, with most of the world’s servers running on some form of Unix or Linux. Those servers run hundreds, if not thousands, of open source utilities, script interpreters, and so on. Once in a while, though, the open source stuff gets […]

Joe Haslam on making the transition from startup to scale-up

Finding product/market fit is far from easy, but for those startups that do, the maturation journey that follows... The post Joe Haslam on making the transition from startup to scale-up appeared first on Inside Intercom.

Get Inspired by 31 Beautiful Web Developer Portfolios

If you’re a freelance web developer, a lot of your marketing pitch comes down to your website. Clients want to see websites that are visually appealing, true, but also effective at conveying your work.  Your portfolio site should showcase...Show More Summary

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