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NameCheap Domain Name Giveaway

The Domain Name giveaway with The Web Design Blog & Namecheap! Namecheap – Domain names, Hosting, SSL Certificates When it comes to domain names, Namecheap’s goal is to make life as easy as possible for you with their affordable and streamlined service. Providing domains since 2000 and trusted by more than 800,000 clients, Namecheap currently caters for 3 million domains and customer support is always standing by. They also provide hosting packages and SSL certificates – they do it all!…

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7 UX tools to try in 2016

Read more about 7 UX tools to try in 2016 at CreativeBloq.com A craftsman is only as good as their tools, and whether you’re woodworking or web designing, the tools you choose shape the final product. Here are seven incredibly useful tools for UX design from 2015 that should remain in your workflow into 2016 and beyond.

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7 Ways to Introduce Photography to Your Kids

Photography for children does a lot more than just developing their eye for what makes a great photo. It can also boost their self esteem, stimulate creativity, and a lot more. While a lot of schools offer photography lessons for kids, these can be expensive. As much as you might want to give your kids […] The post 7 Ways to Introduce Photography to Your Kids appeared first on designrfix.com.

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15 Beautiful Examples of Whitespace in Web Design

Often found in minimal, flat, and material design, and always associated with beautiful typography, whitespace or negative space is the perfectly proportioned space around and between the elements of a layout. It is any, and all space found between the margins, leading, letter-spacing, etc. Even though it’s called whitespace, it doesn’t necessarily have to be white. The blank space may be of any color, texture, or even an image. As whitespace is capable of emphasizing a particular element of a…

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DOM Features You Didn’t Know Existed (Video & Slides)

If you subscribe to my newsletter then you’re probably aware that in the past couple of years I’ve done a lot of research and writing on DOM-related stuff. I don’t consider myself a JavaScript expert; pretty far from it, actually. But I like the DOM. I think it’s easy to use, and it’s in greater shape today than it was five or so years ago when jQuery was pretty much the only choice for cross-browser DOM manipulation. As a result…

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Drawing Attention Through Color in Web Design

You’re reading Drawing Attention Through Color in Web Design, originally posted on Designmodo. If you’ve enjoyed this post, be sure to follow on Twitter, Facebook, Google+! Working with color can be so much fun. Color can set the mood and tone of a design. Color can make a design appear clean or messy. Another thing we can use color for is to draw attention to a desired piece of content or element. In this post, we’ll go over the various…

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Designing Voice Experiences

    Voice-based interfaces are becoming commonplace. Voice assistants such as Siri and Cortana have been around for a few years, but this past holiday season, voice-driven devices from Amazon and Google made their way into millions of homes. Recent analysis from VoiceLabs estimates that 24.5 million voice-driven devices will be shipped this year, almost four times as many as last year. As experience designers, we now have the opportunity to design voice experiences and interfaces! The post Designing Voice…

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The Need and Importance of a Web Development Company

A website is the newest and the most efficient form of e marketing through which a person or business organization gets a chance to portray themselves in the ways they want to be seen and build a platform to effectively market their products and services. In addition, a good website makes a business more reliable if represented in a proper way. With advanced technology, web projects and internet marketing have become more complicated as a result, it has become necessary…

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