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Le: 29 06 2022 à 16:30 Auteur: Burkhard Berger

Personalized marketing is when you attune your marketing efforts based on customer data. This data can be anything from the first and last name to purchase intent, concerns, and history. Personalized marketing has revolutionized the way businesses market their product and service to their audience. It brings value to people’s lives, spiking the sales graph […]

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Le: 27 06 2022 à 16:30 Auteur: Carrie Cousins

There are a lot of dark, retro vibes trending in website design right now. Although there are still some light projects popping up – including a pastel trend below – a lot of what we are seeing has a quite moody feel. Here’s what’s trending in design this month. Pastel Color Palettes Let’s start with […]

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Le: 26 06 2022 à 16:45 Auteur: Daniel Segun

Every day design fans submit incredible industry stories to our sister-site, Webdesigner News. Our colleagues sift through it, selecting the very best stories from the design, UX, tech, and development worlds and posting them live on the site. The best way to keep up with the most important stories for web professionals is to subscribe […]

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Le: 24 06 2022 à 16:30 Auteur: Louise North

The hardest part of designing websites for a living is setting your prices. Setting a fair price for your services is something that nearly all of us struggle with. If you’re lucky, you’re part of an agency that has experienced design leads who can assess projects objectively. But if you’re a freelancer — or if you’re […]

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Le: 22 06 2022 à 16:30 Auteur: Rebekah Carter

Starting your own business is a process with a fair share of challenges. Even in the web design world, where you can potentially minimize costs by working from home and collaborating with freelance contractors, many expenses exist.  To run a successful web design business, you need enough money to invest in everything from skilled colleagues […]

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Le: 20 06 2022 à 16:30 Auteur: Ben Moss

UX laws are an invaluable tool, providing guidelines for designers that ensure we don’t have to continually reinvent the wheel when crafting experiences for the web. However, UX laws tend to be devised by scientists and psychologists — people who are more than comfortable with the exceptions and allowances of academic language. By the time […]

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Le: 19 06 2022 à 16:45 Auteur: Daniel Segun

Every day design fans submit incredible industry stories to our sister-site, Webdesigner News. Our colleagues sift through it, selecting the very best stories from the design, UX, tech, and development worlds and posting them live on the site. The best way to keep up with the most important stories for web professionals is to subscribe […]

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Le: 17 06 2022 à 16:30 Auteur: Louise North

This week, Microsoft officially ended support for Internet Explorer. Victorious in the first browser war with then-rival Netscape Navigator, IE was only finally surpassed by Google’s Chrome. Whereas once huge numbers of sites would warn users to switch to IE, by the end Microsoft’s biggest app was a virtual pariah. Over the course of its […]

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Le: 15 06 2022 à 16:30 Auteur: Carmen Docampo

Moving from studying design into the big wide world of web design is a daunting process. It’s a competitive and dynamic industry that’s growing all the time. It’s estimated that between 2020 and 2030, web designer jobs in the US will increase by 13%. One of the most challenging aspects of starting a career in […]

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Le: 13 06 2022 à 16:30 Auteur: Paddi MacDonnell

Automation is the theme of this month’s collection of exciting new tools for designers and developers. There are tools to make your images better, tools to create illustrations, and tools to make your workflow more efficient. Plus, a whole host of tools that are just plain fun. Here’s what is new for designers this month… […]

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Le: 12 06 2022 à 16:45 Auteur: Daniel Segun

Every day design fans submit incredible industry stories to our sister-site, Webdesigner News. Our colleagues sift through it, selecting the very best stories from the design, UX, tech, and development worlds and posting them live on the site. The best way to keep up with the most important stories for web professionals is to subscribe […]

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Le: 10 06 2022 à 16:30 Auteur: Paddi MacDonnell

Navigating the world of web design can be difficult. There is so much conflicting and outdated advice. How many times have you been advised to obey the 3-Click Rule? It states that users must reach the content they want in three clicks. But, according to the Nielsen Norman Group, no research supports the 3-Click Rule. It’s […]

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Le: 08 06 2022 à 16:30 Auteur: Rebekah Carter

As a website designer, your professional life revolves around crucial questions that might help you to deliver better results for your clients. Which widgets are essential to driving conversions? What kind of checkout page elements do you need to include? Should there be a video or slideshow on that product page? One of the biggest […]

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Le: 06 06 2022 à 16:30 Auteur: Carrie Cousins

Are you bored with some of your current design projects? This month’s collection of website design trends can help break you out of that rut with some fun and funky alternatives. And all of these options are anything but boring. From visual display to technique, these trends present a different set of challenges. Here’s what’s […]

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Le: 05 06 2022 à 16:45 Auteur: Daniel Segun

Every day design fans submit incredible industry stories to our sister-site, Webdesigner News. Our colleagues sift through it, selecting the very best stories from the design, UX, tech, and development worlds and posting them live on the site. The best way to keep up with the most important stories for web professionals is to subscribe […]

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Le: 03 06 2022 à 16:30 Auteur: Ben Moss

WordPress 6.0 has been released, and another niche jazz musician will be enjoying extra Spotify royalties next month. WordPress 6, named for latin-jazz musician Arturo O’Farrill, is the realization of a change of direction the WordPress Foundation adopted several years ago.  All versions of WordPress now power around 42% of the web. That’s approximately […]

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Le: 01 06 2022 à 16:30 Auteur: Rebekah Carter

Websites haven’t always been as adaptable as they are today. For modern designers, “responsivity” is one of the most significant defining factors of a good design. After all, we’re now catering to a host of users who frequently jump between mobile and desktop devices with varying screen sizes.  However, the shift to responsive design didn’t […]

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