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3 Strategies to Follow When Your Site is Failing

2 days ago
It’s frustrating when your website isn’t succeeding in fulfilling its objective. At times, it can be unclear what the bottleneck is. I’ve concluded that having a fresh pair of eyes to go through your design and using web metrics are the best ways to pinpoint weak spots that hold back a website’s potential.
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6 Best Browsers for Developers in 2020

4 days ago
Web developers do a lot more than just browsing when they’re online. Because of this, the average developer needs a browser that’s capable of a lot of different things. You may need a browser that comes with plugins that allow you to see the code of inspirational sites. Alternatively, you might be looking for a browser that gives you the opportunity to see how certain designs would look on different screens.
Rebekah Carter

5 Web Design Trends For 2020 That Are Here To Stay With Us

1 week 4 days ago
We are always looking for ways to improve our skills and services and what we create. Sometimes that desire to improve is a conscious one. Most of the time it’s in the back of our minds, yet active. Short term results can be OK, but good long term results are what you want if you […]
WebdesignerDepot Staff

Exciting New Tools for Designers, February 2020

1 week 6 days ago
Are you starting 2020 off on the right foot? How about keeping up with those resolutions to learn or try something new? Either way, you’re in luck. This roundup is packed with new tools to help you through projects or learn new tricks to enhance your skillset. Here’s what’s new for designers this month. Calcolor […]
Carrie Cousins

How to Deal with Confrontational Feedback

2 weeks 2 days ago
If you’re putting your creative work out there — be it design samples on Behance, a WordPress tutorial on your blog, or adding your two cents in a public forum — you can easily become the target of trolls if you hit the wrong nerve.
Suzanne Scacca

3 Lessons UX Designers Can Take From Netflix

2 weeks 4 days ago
There’s a reason consumers are drawn to streaming video services like Netflix, Hulu, and HBO Go. And it’s not just the fact that the combined cost of these services is often cheaper than many cable packages.
Suzanne Scacca

3 Essential Design Trends, February 2020

2 weeks 6 days ago
During the Winter months it’s easy to get the blues, and let that show through in design work with darker color palettes and a slower paced feel to projects. But that’s not the way projects are trending right now.
Carrie Cousins

14 WordPress Themes You Should Start Using in 2020

3 weeks 5 days ago
Even web designers who prefer to design websites from scratch eventually look for frameworks, past work, or shortcuts. That way they speed up their workflow. And there are also those times when it’s hard to find the right template. You need help to create a special page and you feel compelled to build it from […]
WebdesignerDepot Staff

How to Keep Designing When Tragedy Strikes

3 weeks 6 days ago
Tragedy strikes from nowhere, and it’s devastating both emotionally, and financially. It might be a motorcycle accident with a long, expensive hospital stay; being fired, or laid off from a long time staff position; a client going out of business owing you money; a messy divorce; a sick child needing intensive medical care; dying parents; or mounting debt that makes you think very bad thoughts.
Speider Schneider

10 Best WordPress Plugins for Digital Marketing

4 weeks 2 days ago
Currently somewhere in the region of 34% of websites are built with WordPress, it’s the most utilized CMS (Content Management System) in the world. Part of that popularity stems from its underlying technologies—PHP and MySQL—which allows for dynamic content in posts, but also enables a rich ecosystem of plugins. One of the trickiest aspects of […]
Daniel Segun

What Does 5G Mean for Web Designers?

1 month ago

As we head into 2020, everyone is talking about 5G. The newest generation of mobile connectivity has some exciting things to offer, including reduced latency, improved connections, and faster speeds. By 2025, experts predict that 5G will have reached 1.4 billion devices worldwide.
Rebekah Carter

The Latest Research for Web Designers, January 2020

1 month ago
One of the most powerful tools we have in web design is consumer and industry data. It’s like a gauge that tells us whether we’re still heading in the right direction or it’s time to change course and adopt a new strategy or approach. Unless you’re combing the web for the latest news and reports […]
Suzanne Scacca

Can Best Practice Replace Design Research?

1 month 1 week ago
Tempting it may be to skip the consultation process, but a ‘first principles’ approach is not going to cut it with the majority of your clients. The principles of design exist for a reason, but knowing when and how to break them is what separates great designers from good ones.
Chris Crawshaw
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