Nowadays a significant number of people surf the Web using tablets or smartphones. Responsive websites have become the standard, not only to provide a higher level of user comfort, but also to improve SEO.
Gamification, that is applying game principles and elements in non-game contexts, has been quite a thing for some time in the web design and UX industry, and most probably it's here to stay. Even those of us who are not regular gamers can spot certain patterns and methods and use them successfully in creative projects.
There's more than one way to write a design brief. But if you provide a well-thought out project brief to an award-winning crew, you'll be on track to put your future site on the blockbuster list.
Coding email templates is not as straightforward as coding a website. However, by keeping in mind these few dos and don'ts, you'll be able to design new exciting email templates.
Let’s be truthful, websites are often designed to be more beautiful than functional. That’s a hindrance for paid search ads. When a user visits a website, they may be looking for information, wanting to make a purchase or comparing you to other companies. Whereas those who visit a landing page have a different objective. The question really is, what makes these landing pages distinctive?
Imagine the following scene - a sad, hunched figure is leaning by a desk. The face of this individual is dimly lit by the slightly ghastly, bluish light of a laptop's panel. This is not a happy individual...
A new era of free-form web development has started. Websites are finally released from the slavish adjustments to endless browser types, screen resolutions, devices or operating systems.
Websites based on Responsive Web Design aren't everything that business has to think about - but when you get to know the standard of Progressive Web Apps, you will understand that RWD is only the beginning.