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7 Ways to Design Your Blog to Improve UX

Your website may be a place for clients to find out basic information about your business, or it may constitute the entirety of your business’s presence in the world. Whether your website is for advertising, selling or a bit of both,...Show More Summary

Prioritizing product announcements in a SaaS world

When everything you ship presents a marketing opportunity, there’s a tendency to announce everything. Don’t do it. We’ve all heard... The post Prioritizing product announcements in a SaaS world appeared first on Inside Intercom.

Adobe’s Stock Contributor enters beta

Adobe is going all out with their stock photo service. After integrating it with their CC applications, announcing plans to revolutionize the stock industry, and printing stock photos on t-shirts, we are getting a way to contribute our own photos…and vectors…and videos. Adobe wants it all; with the new Adobe Stock contributor site, you can […]

Vectr: The Cross-Platform Vector Design Tool You’ve Been Waiting For

Finally, a vector-based graphic design tool that’s both simple and free. The need of expanded accessibility and intuitive user experience lead to the creation of many web-based design platforms that  strive to challenge the design world as we know it today. Show More Summary

Placing a Video Within a Circle in Adobe Muse

Place a Video within a Circle in Adobe Muse. No Coding Skills Required.   In this tutorial I will go over how to place a video within a circle in Adobe Muse using the Ultimate Video Widget 2.0 found at We will also be using Adobe Photoshop to create the transparent circle. Adding the Video... Read More at Placing a Video Within a Circle in Adobe Muse

The killer feature of messaging no one’s talking about

Messaging looks set to disrupt the computing landscape but not for any of the reasons you might expect. Chat’s threaded... The post The killer feature of messaging no one’s talking about appeared first on Inside Intercom.

A tactical approach for faster-loading media

There’s no doubt that you want your website to look fabulous, with stunning images and a sharp graphic design. But, to paraphrase “The Little Prince,” what is most essential is often invisible to the eye. For websites, this invisible component is load speed, and it can have a significant negative impact on your site’s performance […]

What Every Designer Should Know About Spec Work

Suppose for a moment that you want to get your house painted.  You call a painter and he comes over to your house.  Imagine his surprise to discover that you’ve called three other painters to the same job. If you took these four guys into a room and announced “Here’s the deal… I want each... Show More Summary

A Few Things Web Designers Can Learn From Hillary Clinton

The US presidential election is right around the corner. While some candidates are leveraging their eccentric personality and their bold attitudes to gain followers, and yes, I’m talking to you Mr. Trump, some of them invest massively in their online presence. Show More Summary

4 Web Design Trends Taking the World by Storm

Trends that You Will Want to be Aware of for This and Years to Come Business has come a long way from the standard models of old that required an ad in the phone book. These days everything is online and with more and more businesses turning to a primarily web based platform, we can […] The post 4 Web Design Trends Taking the World by Storm appeared first on SpyreStudios.

The best new portfolio sites, September 2016

Welcome, readers! It’s time to look at portfolios again, and boy did minimalism make a comeback. Well, it would have, had it really gone anywhere. But where the past month or so have brought us a brutalist, almost post-modern style of web design, I’m seeing other forms come back into play. It turns out there […]

Popular design news of the week: September 12, 2016 – September 18, 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 #357

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 […]

Photoshop Express gets a UI update

In Version 3 of Adobe’s Photoshop Express, the app’s entire interface gets a design makeover. This is a milestone of sorts since Photoshop Express rarely gets a redesign. In fact, the last time it was overhauled was more than 2.5 years ago in early 2014. Back then, Express’ new look was considered modern for its […]

Shutterstock takes a bite out of Adobe’s stock

When Adobe announced it was moving into the stock image market, the biggest benefit it brought to the table was tight integration with its Creative Cloud suite of applications—the ability to search for and license stock photography within the apps. Now, Shutterstock, one of the largest and most popular stock providers has gone toe to […]

What Designers Can Learn From Nature

Nature can teach us a lot about design. Everything on our planet is built around nature’s principles of symmetry and beauty. Being the most complex design system we know, nature is bound to be our main inspiration source. From city structures,...Show More Summary

Introducing Adobe stock apparel

There is now a clothing line for all of us, everyone. It’s just a line of t-shirts, really, but the imagery is something everyone can relate to. This is because everyone is represented in almost suspiciously multi-cultural images of people in business attire baring their perfectly white teeth. I’m talking about t-shirts with stock photos […]

Intercom’s Darragh Curran on scaling engineering

Continuous shipping is Intercom’s heartbeat, and in many ways we have Darragh Curran to thank for that. Darragh joined Intercom... The post Intercom’s Darragh Curran on scaling engineering appeared first on Inside Intercom.

Email finally wakes up to responsive design

Email is far older than the web; introduced in 1972, anyone who’s ever tried designing for email can be forgiven for assuming that it hasn’t had an update since. It’s still routine for layout in email to be controlled with HTML tables, mention flexbox support to an email designer and watch them roll around laughing. […]

Draw Letter ‘S’ Symbol in Adobe XD

In this tutorial, we’re going to learn how to design a letter ‘S’ symbol in Adobe XD. The Steps (1-11) 1. Create a New Artboard. 2. Select the Ellipse Tool and hold Shift to draw a circle. Give this circle a black Fill, with no border, and set the Width and Height to 300px. 3.... Read More at Draw Letter ‘S’ Symbol in Adobe XD

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