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The Changing World Of Web Designing In 2017

These days, there is a consistent argument that almost all sites are beginning to look the same. Much of this has to do with the way web designers are always using the user interface and user experience patterns. It is strange that the naysayers are not seeing how much these patterns have helped the common users – the web world has become much friendlier for the users now. There is a good reason too as to why web designers are…

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$4988 Worth of Best-Selling Design Tools For 99% Off

This modern design bundle from DesignCuts is something truly special. They have curated the very best time-saving tools and career-expanding resources into one unbeatable collection. The number of professional elements in this bundle is staggering. Many of the products included are more like bundles in their own right so to see this all for just $29 (down from nearly $5000, regular price), this is the best investment you’ll make all year. This bundle includes: $4988 worth of top quality resources, all…

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What Is The Difference Between a Mobile Enhanced and a Mobile Friendly Website?

Back in February 2015 when Google first announced that their now famous ranking algorithm "mobilegeddon" would be roled out on in April that same year there was a crazy scramble by website owners to bring code up to date and make sure their websites functioned correctly on multiple Devices including mobile phones and tablets so as to avoid any Google penalties. Now around 18 months on we look at how web design and development has transformed because of the increased…

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Build an Niche Marketing Website the Right Way

Avoid the mistakes I made when I designed my first few Niche marketing websites. Coming from a background of website design, I built my first few websites with all the latest graphics, gadgets and gizmos. The lesson I learned: Great website, But NO SALES There are a few common mistakes that affiliate marketers make while designing a niche marketing website. Most consider them minor details but they play a big role in your sale conversions. So read on carefully and…

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Tracing the History of CSS Fonts

Chen Hui Jing has written an excellent post on the history of CSS fonts and the way that the W3C writes the specification and strange CSS properties like font-effect, font-emphasize and font-presentation. As part of my perpetual obsession with typography, as well as CSS, I’ve been looking into how we got to having more web fonts than we can shake a stick at. What I love about how the W3C does things is that there are always links to previous…

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Outsourcing And The Developing Countries

Internet has brought about an undreamt revolution in the information technology. Anyone can get in touch with anybody, living in any corner of the world, in a few seconds. Now, the distance between countries is no longer a problem. As a result, the world has shrunk into a single global village. The communication revolution, ushered in by the internet, has radically changed the concept of office and the work done therein. The traditional view was that employees should work in…

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Simple Offline Website

A little while back, Nicolas Bevacqua wrote the fantastic article Making a Simple Site Work Offline with ServiceWorker. We kinda tag teamed the idea. Nicolas did all the work, but I put forth the idea (and designed the crappy little website) that we were going to make work offline. I wanted a site that wasn’t as complicated as a major web app with loads of resources and API usage, but wasn’t as simple as a single HTML page. Everything in…

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30 graphic designers to follow on Behance

With almost 30 million portfolio views in the past 30 days, Behance is quickly becoming the place to be for creatives. It's a great place to find new work and creative inspiration from top graphic designers and agencies. But, with so many of them to browse through, it can be difficult to know where to start. So to make things easy for you, we've done the hard work and picked 30 of the top graphic design portfolios that are definitely…

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5 Awesome Sublime Plugins you Won’t Find in Top Plugin Posts

I am a huge fan of Sublime text editor and whenever I go and try other text editors I come back to Sublime crying: “Forgive me I’ll never, ever, leave you again!” But I’m not here to praise Sublime. In this post I’m rather going to share some of the Sublime plugins I’ve been using a lot and which are really helpful and fun to work with. You may find them for your favorite text editor as well. Let’s dive…

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How to Create a Perfect Color Scheme [Infographic]

You’re reading How to Create a Perfect Color Scheme [Infographic], originally posted on Designmodo. If you’ve enjoyed this post, be sure to follow on Twitter, Facebook, Google+! Nothing can make a project stand out or identify your brand or business like color. Just think: What would the “Golden Arches” of McDonald’s be without the signature red and gold? When it comes to creating the perfect color scheme, there are plenty of things to consider. Established branding is important and should…

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