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Why Facebook or Twitter won’t own business messaging

Only a few years ago it seemed like Facebook and Google alone were battling it out to win the social network war. The structure of the internet was clearly changing, away from being centred around pages, and towards being centred around people, and both companies… Read more The post Why Facebook or Twitter won’t own business messaging appeared first on Inside Intercom.

30 Premium Responsive Shopify Themes

We always keep you updated on new free and premium eCommerce templates that hit the market every now and again. Recently, we posted about the top 20 free responsive eCommerce templates, a compilation which consisted of products developed for the top eCommerce platforms (PrestaShop, Shopify, OpenCart, Magento, etc). Show More Summary

Grab 25% off GraphicStock’s annual subscription

If you’ve ever done any kind of design work, especially on the web, you’ll know that a great source of stock images is an essential component in your toolbox. Very few clients can afford all-bespoke photography; nearly all companies need to use stock images at some point. So it’s essential that as a designer you […]

The Best Books for Designers

Written by the most creative and innovative minds of our time, these 75 books are must reads for all designers. Get a glimpse into the world of design that you’ve never seen before with these eye-opening notions that will inspire you. Those that have read these books rant and rave about them. “The author is a... Read More at The Best Books for Designers

Essential design trends, May 2016

Nothing catches your attention like a high-drama design. Big images, unusual use of common elements or whitespace and adventure-based gameplay are different ways to introduce users to a project. Each of these techniques has an over-the-top feel that makes a strong first impression and encourages user interaction. Here’s what’s trending in design this month: 1) […]

Popular design news of the week: May 23, 2016 – May 29, 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 #341

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 […]

30 Creative Wooden Workspace Interior Designs

An organized and clean workspace is one of the vital factors in any sort of work. While working as creative professionals, we spend most of the time in offices – doesn’t matter if it’s a home office or corporate one, we should take into consideration and make them as useful and nice as possible. In... Read More at 30 Creative Wooden Workspace Interior Designs

Tips for Incorporating Vectors Into Your Work

When it seems like photography just isn’t the right medium for what you’re working on, don’t forget about the creative power of illustrations. There’s an army of digital artists out there, creating new, completely original graphics every single day, and it’s about time you considered incorporating them into your work. Show More Summary

Using the Pen Tool in Adobe XD

In this tutorial, we’re going to learn how to use the Pen Tool in Adobe Experience Design CC (Adobe XD). Drawing Straight Lines in Adobe XD 1. Create a new document. 2. Select the Pen Tool. 3. Left-click to create an anchor point on your artboard. 4. Left-click anywhere else on the artboard to create a second anchor... Read More at Using the Pen Tool in Adobe XD

Be Trendy With These Minimalist Design Ideas

Minimalism measures value by creating a clear distinction between excessiveness and necessity.  Despite promoting mere simplicity, minimalism is a complex process that revolves around a list of rules. In order to be able to fully understand...Show More Summary

Major redesign unveiled for Google Search

Perhaps in a nod to the popularity of card-based design, Google has begun to roll out a new look to its mobile Search results. Dubbed “rich cards” in a post on Google’s blog, this new design is a direct successor to the company’s rich snippets feature. But that’s not all, Google is also experimenting with its […]

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There are many ways you could enhance a WordPress website. One of them is by adding web forms.  A WordPress contact form will help you get in touch with your visitors, a WordPress feedback form or a WordPress survey allows you to gather...Show More Summary

5 Great WordPress Plugins for Tracking Analytics

Whether your goal is to build an insanely popular blog or create a successful e-commerce site, it’s crucial that you understand your audience. You need answers to questions like: Where are your users coming from (direct visits, search...Show More Summary

Podcast: Poornima Vijayshanker on Startup Career Growth

As a software engineer turned founder and someone who educates other tech professionals on how to do the same, Poornima Vijayshanker has seen the startup world from nearly every angle. Poornima’s the founder of Femgineer, an education...Show More Summary

How WebGL is reinventing Flash’s legacy

Do you remember all those projects with outstanding interactions, mind-blowing animations, and thrilling accompanying sound effects that resulted in an intensely immersive user experience? Yep, chances are those were created with the help of Flash. However I hate to admit it, the era of this rich multimedia platform has come to an end. Flash is finally […]

If Fonts Were Cats

When I think of fonts I think of cats, apparently someone else does as well because I found a bunch of cute and ironic cat-font memes online. First, I thought to myself, “You’ve got to be kitten me right meow!” but then I had to share. Take a look at this adorable collection I’ve put together for you.... Read More at If Fonts Were Cats

How to Use the Repeat Grid Tool in Adobe XD

In this tutorial, we’re going to learn how to use the repeat grid tool in Adobe Experience Design CC (Adobe XD). The Steps (1-9) 1. Create a new document by selecting iPhone 6 from the Start Screen. 2. Select the Rectangle Tool and draw a landscape-orientated rectangle in the upper part of your screen, and give... Read More at How to Use the Repeat Grid Tool in Adobe XD

Custom Fonts in Modern Web Design

In 2015, two major American craft beer companies were at odds over a font design. Lagunitas, known for their signature IPA, and heavily recognized for the graphics on their labels, including font style, sued Sierra Nevada. Sierra Nevada, already a regional competitor, had just come out with the Hop Hunter, also an IPA, and their... Read More at Custom Fonts in Modern Web Design

The Programming of Everyday Things

Software has become an everyday thing. Our TVs are smart, our thermostats learn our routines and our cars will soon drive themselves. How software is designed has a profound impact on our lives. Less obvious is how the programming languages that create software impact us.… Read more The post The Programming of Everyday Things appeared first on Inside Intercom.

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