Webdesigner Depot - Archives (avril 2019)

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Le: 16 04 2019 à 12:45 Auteur: Suzanne Scacca

You’ve done the hard work: you’ve taken a lead and turned them into a paying customer. Congrats! Now, you have to build their website. But is it that simple? The client signs the contract and you immediately get to work on designing the website? You could certainly approach the kickoff of a web design project […]

Le: 15 04 2019 à 12:45 Auteur: Carrie Cousins

We’re all about learning tools this month in our round of up new resources and tools for designers. From games to books to tutorials, there’s something new for everyone to learn and enjoy. If we’ve missed something that you think should have been on the list, let us know in the comments. And if you […]

Le: 14 04 2019 à 12:45 Auteur: Cameron Chapman

Every week users submit a lot of interesting stuff on our sister site Webdesigner News, highlighting great content from around the web that can be of interest to web designers.  The best way to keep track of all the great stories and news being posted is simply to check out the Webdesigner News site, however, […]

Le: 12 04 2019 à 12:45 Auteur: Anthony Atkins

In today’s digital era, having an impactful and compelling website is a critical component for any business or organization. A useful site that connects with your audience instills trust, screams authority, and drives action, can mean the difference between remaining relevant and competitive or falling silently to the wayside. Despite the critical importance of websites […]

Le: 11 04 2019 à 12:45 Auteur: Suzanne Scacca

It’s becoming easier to design websites, what with Wix, Squarespace, and even now WordPress providing DIY site builder tools. On the flipside of that, it’s becoming increasingly more difficult to convince even the least technically-savvy business owner that they shouldn’t try to build their own website. Sadly, the rise of the site builder isn’t the […]

Le: 10 04 2019 à 12:45 Auteur: Chris Donald

WHO suggests that 1.3 billion people all around the world have some kind of visual impairment – which includes 217 million people with moderate to severe vision impairment; 36 million people are blind worldwide; 15% of the global population have some kind of disability. With the advancements in adaptive technologies, such as screen readers, magnifiers, […]

Le: 08 04 2019 à 12:45 Auteur: Ezequiel Bruni

Greetings, Readers! It’s April, so there will be no joke here. You’re welcome. This month, designers seem to have hit the minimalism button hard. There is a bit of variety in there, but if you like lots of white space, you’re in luck. A few Powerpoint-ish sites, too. Enjoy! Note: I’m judging these sites by […]

Le: 07 04 2019 à 12:45 Auteur: Cameron Chapman

Every week users submit a lot of interesting stuff on our sister site Webdesigner News, highlighting great content from around the web that can be of interest to web designers.  The best way to keep track of all the great stories and news being posted is simply to check out the Webdesigner News site, however, […]

Le: 05 04 2019 à 12:45 Auteur: Suzanne Scacca

There are so many decisions you have to make as a web designer and it can sometimes be a tricky balance trying to put all the right elements into place. When you add the ecommerce piece, it gets even more complicated. According to this infographic by Subscriptionly.net, consumers have very high expectations for ecommerce websites. […]

Le: 04 04 2019 à 12:45 Auteur: Ezequiel Bruni

Wow. DeviantArt; there’s a blast from the past, where I’m concerned. I used to have an account where I posted my amateur web design, photography, and photomanipulation-based art. I actually remember making art and website mockups on my PC at home, writing the files to a rewritable CD, and taking them to the local Internet […]

Le: 02 04 2019 à 12:45 Auteur: Carrie Cousins

Sometimes design trends take a little while to emerge and sneak up on you, others seem to pop out of the blue all at once. The latter is true of each of our web design trends this month. Animated image frames, gold metallics and obvious grids seem to be everywhere (and we are guessing you […]

Le: 01 04 2019 à 12:45 Auteur: Ben Moss

Firefox’s mobile browser’s nightly release has become the first browser to implement a left-handed option in its preferences. First proposed at the then bi-annual web conference, way back in 1998, the left-handed web protocol was initially envisaged as a way to enable left-handed browsing online. The protocol was never officially adopted, thanks to ambidextrous hardware. […]