20 Free Shopping Bag Mockups

20 Free Shopping Bag Mockups

| December 23, 2016 | Comments (0)

Take a look at this excellent bundle of 20 free shopping bag mockups that you can download and use for free. These mockups were created by experienced designers and will definitely make your packaging design project look professional. You can use these pre-designed templates to save time, and not start creating a new layout from scratch. These […]

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Don’t design this at home…3 UI disasters to avoid

Don’t design this at home…3 UI disasters to avoid

| December 23, 2016 | Comments (0)

I coined a term today: Loathsome Design. It means something along the lines of “design decisions that make me want to die.” In other words, it’s the opposite of the recently popular “designing for delight” concept. Loathsome design captures the essence of frustration. Often, this comes about as a result of neglect—in an attempt to achieve one […]

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Web Development Reading List #164: Enjoy The End Of 2016, It Wasn’t The Worst

Web Development Reading List #164: Enjoy The End Of 2016, It Wasn’t The Worst

| December 23, 2016 | Comments (0)

    Welcome to the last reading list of the year. I’m happy to still have you as a reader and very grateful to all the people who value and support my work. I hope you’ll be on vacation for the upcoming days or can relax a bit from your daily work. Remind to take […]

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Further Thoughts About the Progressive Enhancement Discussion

Further Thoughts About the Progressive Enhancement Discussion

| December 22, 2016 | Comments (0)

My previous post sparked a lot of response in the comments, on Twitter, from Aaron Gustafson and Luke Whitehouse. Those responses have helped me refine my thoughts and reconsider my tone, so I want to take another stab: a less-combative approach; more clearly walking through my thought process, while dispensing with the too-clever-by-half LSAT Game stuff […]

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Top 10 Predicted Design Trends for 2017

Top 10 Predicted Design Trends for 2017

| December 22, 2016 | Comments (0)

The world of design is ever-evolving. Styles and aesthetics ebb and flow as new eye-catching designs come in and old favorites lose popularity. Some trends stick around awhile, while others start with a bang but quickly burn out. While we predict that some of the trends from 2016 will have some staying power for the […]

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The big interview: Jon von Tzetchner talks Vivaldi

The big interview: Jon von Tzetchner talks Vivaldi

| December 22, 2016 | Comments (0)

Vivaldi is a browser that’s an alternative to better-known browsers like Chrome, Firefox and Safari. Launched only earlier this year, it has a long way to go before it claims a fair share of the browser market, but that’s not stopping Vivaldi founder Jon von Tzetchner from telling people what’s so exciting and unique about […]

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Conversational Design Essentials: Tips For Building A Chatbot

Conversational Design Essentials: Tips For Building A Chatbot

| December 22, 2016 | Comments (0)

    Human interactions are incredibly fascinating if you take a close look at them — the social awkwardness, the communication styles, the way knowledge is transferred, the way stories are told and trust is built. But what happens when a machine evokes the same response? Conversational interfaces have become the new hotness in UX […]

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The Principles of Minimalist Web Design

The Principles of Minimalist Web Design

| December 21, 2016 | Comments (0)

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry once said, “Perfection is achieved not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.” While Antoine’s message was about writing it very much applies to design. The benefits of minimal design are numerous, but most importantly with everything unnecessary stripped away all the focus […]

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CEO Insights from Washington DC’s Top Startups for 2017

CEO Insights from Washington DC’s Top Startups for 2017

| December 21, 2016 | Comments (0)

Many agree “DC Tech” is a fuzzy term. That’s why Adam Zuckerman, cofounder of creative community Fosterly, conducted a regional census of the startups in the DC area in November 2016 to better understand the current ecosystem. At the time of this writing, there were a total of 217 respondents to census, according to Zuckerman. […]

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20 Extremely Useful Digital Marketing Tools

20 Extremely Useful Digital Marketing Tools

| December 21, 2016 | Comments (0)

Digital marketing tools are extremely important for your business, be it online or offline, and can help you improve your online performances. Whether you need assistance for your website, social networks, email, customer chat, etc. there is a marketing tool that assists you at every step and helps you grow your business. These great digital marketing […]

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