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The Website Content Hurdle

When was the last time your website got a refresh? Either just with new content, or a complete overhaul? We’ve all looked at our website and thought, “I really need to go through and update that.” But it is something that often gets pushed to the bottom of the list, and old content sits there for a lot longer than it should. Part of the problem is that we don’t always know exactly what we should put on our website.…

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Factors On Designing Large Websites

Designing large websites can be very complex and use of a professional web developer is recommended. Once you have selected the right developer through research and references prepare a schedule for the completion of your website. Be certain to provide specific information regarding your site to the developer. The first stage of the design process involves graphic concepts or comps which will give you the look and feel of the finished site. There should be a standard to follow by…

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Back to Basics – Website Planning, Design and Management

"I'll do it myself!", "Yes, I must update those contact details …", "What meta tags?". Sound familiar? What about "I do not need a website!"? These are things you may say to yourself regarding your existing website or the thought of having a website constructed. Over the coming years electronic communication and commerce will inevitably increase at a faster rate then ever before. The Internet gold rush is over, and now websites must compete for cyberspace, eyesball and the dollar.…

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Impressive Implementations of Mobile App Search

Mobile search is an integral component of most mobile-friendly websites and mobile apps. Given the constraints which are associated with the restrictive sizing of mobile device screens, implementing features such as search has to be done with great precision and regard for user experience. Without proper consideration, a mobile search can feel clumsy and be a put-off for users of a mobile website or app. In this article, we are going to look at some effective implementations of mobile search…

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Beautiful & creative photo results from our Photoshop actions contest winners

We recently assembled a collection of incredible Photoshop actions and invited our creative community to create and share what they made using those actions. Here are the all the winners that go home with a share of the $1,000 prize fund! Grand Prize¬†($500) –¬†romlam What we love about this entry is the combination of multiple actions. The Double Light action adds modern, atmospheric lighting to the image and the Animated Fire Embers add a subtle yet very effective touch to…

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Trends That Set You Apart: SEO Techniques That Every Web Designer Should Know

If it was a decade back, then the term ‘SEO’ and web designing wouldn’t have gone parallel. But today the thing is something different. The web-smart world wants more from us and being exclusive is the first requirement of the customers. Webbing the business in a smart way along with decorating and designing the website for a fresh promotion is the new in nowadays. Web designing incorporates a lot of strategical tasks and implementing them one by one enhances the…

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The Importance of Technical Illustration

Technical illustration is a poorly understood field. After all, the vast majority of these illustrations go unnoticed in daily use. From industrial graphics to diagrams that show us how to assemble furniture, these illustrations are everywhere, but when it’s done its job well, we don’t even realize what went into it. People working in the field of technical illustration create extremely accurate renderings of just about anything that requires precise interpretation. This includes machinery, scientific instruments, plants and animals, maps,…

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9 Graphic Design Trends From 2016 That Are Still Popular In 2017

A couple of weeks ago I wrote an article about 9 graphic design trend designers need to be aware of and it was very successful. People and designers for that matter, like to stay abreast with the latest news and trends from the graphic design world. This is why I decided to take a look back at the trends that were popular in 2016 or before and are still really popular this year. As we also mentioned in the previous…

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Imagination Begins with the Book Cover

Have you ever browsed a library, bookstore, or online bookstore? What catches your eye? Is it the title of the book or the book cover? If all books were created with the same exterior, each book would have to be picked up and glanced through or at least read the contents page to learn more […] The post Imagination Begins with the Book Cover appeared first on designrfix.com.

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Fluid Responsive Typography With CSS Poly Fluid Sizing

    Fluid layouts have been a normal part of front-end development for years. The idea of fluid typography, however, is relatively new and has yet to be fully explored. Up until now, most developers’ idea of fluid typography is simply using Viewport units maybe with some minimum and maximum sizes. In this article, we are going to take it to another level. We are going to examine how to create scalable, fluid typography across multiple breakpoints and predefined font…

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