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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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Four Killer Features of Nunjucks

Nunjucks calls itself “A rich and powerful templating language for JavaScript”, which sounds about right. It’s not intentionally super lightweight like Mustache or the slightly more robust (but still pretty light) Handlebars. It’s a full-on language, packed with all kinds of stuff you might want when writing templates. You can run it in the browser, but you probably shouldn’t. This is meant to be run in Node.js and used to compile templates server side. In other words: it’s a real…

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Four Elements of Truly Mobile-Friendly Responsive Menus

There are hundreds of ways to create responsive navigation, limited only by your creativity and the boundaries of what CSS can accomplish. Good responsive navigation is a little harder – a responsive menu must become a mobile menu, adhering to the needs and rules of touch-driven devices. Mobile design is rapidly changing, and so the […] The post Four Elements of Truly Mobile-Friendly Responsive Menus appeared first on Web Designer Wall – Design Trends and Tutorials.

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Why Great Copywriting is Important in Web Design

This is a guest blog post by www.mayswebdesign.co.uk With the updates to Google’s search algorithms, the quality of website content has – thankfully – taken centre stage. While visuals are essential to attracting new visitors, when we talk about content we largely refer to the written word. Though business owners need to take ownership of their website text, agencies that can provide initial copywriting services or support to produce great copy are one step ahead of their competitors. Here are our…

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Read local files with the File API

Read more about Read local files with the File API at CreativeBloq.com As the applications we build with web technologies aspire to match up to native apps, one area where the browser remains challenged is in its access to files on the user’s system. Browsers have, for many years, allowed users to select files to upload to a server in HTML form with .

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Will AI Put Designers Out Of A Job?

Artificial Intelligence has seen a huge surge in popularity with the recent success of AlphaGo against Lee Sedol. If Google Trends is accurate, public interest in the subject of Artificial Intelligence has grown by nearly 100% since 2012. Other technological marvels, including self-driving cars, advances in voice recognition software and pattern recognition have shown us […] The post Will AI Put Designers Out Of A Job? appeared first on designrfix.com.

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STOCK POP! And 50 of the best new royalty-free music tracks, May 2017

Hot off the (AudioJungle review team) presses: the top tracks that caught our attention this month! Maybe it’s the summertime vibes, but we’re all about pop music this month. We made you this mixtape highlighting our a few of our favorite stock-pop tracks, pop-up video style:  Roll credits: this video was 100% created using items & services from Envato! Tracks: Bouncy Energetic Happy Fun by SunChannelMusic; Energetic Uplifting By MediaTune; Spring Guitar by ProLuxeStudio; Fashion Upbeat Energetic by KornevMusic; Energetic Summer Pop by Infraction. Background is Summer…

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