Posts in category:Web design

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Fluid vs. Adaptive vs. Responsive Design

Fluid vs. Adaptive vs. Responsive Design

October 23, 2018

Let us assume that you just got yourself the latest version of a smartphone with a full range of innovative applications, sleek design, and amazing performances. You cannot wait to try it out, but there seems to be a problem. Some of the web pages seem unadjusted to your phone screen or even appear as broken. How come?

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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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Google design sprint framework for beginners

Google design sprint framework for beginners

June 28, 2018

Many startups today struggle with developing a unique prototyping framework which would save costs and time. The biggest pain point is to spend months or years on developing a product (website or web app) only to realize that users find it unusable and obsolete. So, what is the key?

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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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UX design methodology for beginners (part 2)

UX design methodology for beginners (part 2)

June 07, 2018

This is Part 2 of our beginners’ UX Design tutorial. In this article, we will address the how and the why of user experience design by starting off from wireframing as a process and give you more detail about usability and user testing.

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UX design methodology for beginners (part 1)

UX design methodology for beginners (part 1)

May 31, 2018

User experience (UX) is one of the most important elements of web design, and many seem to fail at this crucial point. If you are new to design and would like to familiarize yourself with UX principles – the what, the who, the how, and the why – here we will present you the main concepts to help you streamline a UX workflow and develop a mindset that will lead you to better design thinking.

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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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Website development for a travel agency

Website development for a travel agency

February 15, 2018

Doing business in one of the fastest growing sectors globally has its pros and cons: plenty of opportunities on one hand and tough competition on the other. Travel industry has been one of those sectors for some time already and if you run a travel company or work with one, you know what it takes to stay on top of it all.

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Web design trends for 2018

Web design trends for 2018

January 25, 2018

Year after year, we find them again and again: dozens or maybe hundreds of blog posts about web design trends. Everybody has a piece of mind, but they all seem to write one and the same thing over and over again.

Why?

Because nothing new happens, really.

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