Author Arhiva: Nađa Božović

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Info: Inspired by original narratives and amazed by effective visuals. Enjoys diving deep into the story research. A lifelong learner and an eternal optimist.
How to improve your website content

How to improve your website content

October 10, 2018

Simple, yet powerful. That would be the shortest description of what your website should look like if you want it to be accessible, functional, profitable, and eye-catching. It doesn’t matter if you run an e-commerce giant, a start-up web presentation, or a personal portfolio website, those would be the words to hold on to – simple and powerful.

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Website pop-up rules you must never break

Website pop-up rules you must never break

September 26, 2018

No one wants their website to be perceived as disruptive, annoying, or unpleasant. Instead of that, everyone desires it to be sleek and elegant, introducing smart navigation and smooth transitions. But, what if your clients insist on implementing all sorts of pop-ups all around the pages? Could there be a positive outcome from that?

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Surreal photo manipulations by Robert Jahns

Surreal photo manipulations by Robert Jahns

September 14, 2018

Robert Jahns plays with ideas and concepts to create a whole new world of imagery. He captures people, animals, and nature in his photographs, and then he twists them. He manipulates the reality to make magic. And yes, he does it masterfully.

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E-commerce SEO trends in 2018

E-commerce SEO trends in 2018

August 20, 2018

Along with the ever-changing search engine algorithms goes the ever-evolving search engine optimization (SEO) practice. As we all know it, Google has always been mysterious about revealing a clear list of the ranking factors, so SEO managers need to be curious, cogitative, and sharp-witted to find the right solutions and make their strategies successful.

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Uniquely disproportional characters by Linn Fritz

Uniquely disproportional characters by Linn Fritz

August 13, 2018

Curious characters of various shapes and sizes are represented in illustrations of Linn Fritz, an independent Swedish illustrator, designer and animator based in London, UK. Her approach is minimalistic, and she often uses simple lines and geometric shapes powered by a colorful background to bring her imagery to life.

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WordPress & Laravel – when to use them?

WordPress & Laravel – when to use them?

August 09, 2018

WordPress is a content management system (CMS) created with a goal of building websites, whether using customizable themes or creating tailor-made solutions. Laravel, on the other hand, is a PHP framework used for creating web applications and other types of websites. So, when should you choose one over another? And why?

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Lesser-known art of Andy Warhol

Lesser-known art of Andy Warhol

August 06, 2018

Happy birthday, Andy! Thank you for your uniqueness, your creativity, and all of the inspiration you gave us. Thank you for imagining outside the box and not being afraid to experiment and constantly question the normalities of our society through your art.

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Dichromatic packaging design examples

Dichromatic packaging design examples

June 25, 2018

Packaging is usually the first thing consumers notice while wandering between shelves, and many of them actually buy a product judged only by its looks. But it does not always have to be shimmering, shiny and iridescent to draw their attention. Simple use of colors can make a strong statement as well, even if only two tones are involved.

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Free web design tools: new and useful

Free web design tools: new and useful

June 21, 2018

As a web designer, you may feel overwhelmed by the number of tools available for your everyday work, with new ones constantly coming up. Some of these may be all-in-one solutions, while others are developed to tackle specific issues of a design process.

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How to use design thinking principles in UI/UX design

How to use design thinking principles in UI/UX design

May 24, 2018

Design thinking is a set of principles for a hands-on approach to problem-solving using a human-centered design within a design-centric culture anywhere where the emotional, cognitive, and aesthetic needs of users tend to be fulfilled.

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