Category: Tips


Change Your OS X’s Screenshot From PNG To JPEG

Depending on your end project working with a certain file format can be more beneficial than others. When it comes to web design a popular image format is JPEG. Its ability to create smaller file sizes by about 15% without loss of quality, even with colorful photos, makes JPEGs the preferred image format for web designers. This…


6 Tips for a Smarter WordPress Blog

Let’s be clear, an ‘instinctively smart’ WordPress Blog is one which will hold your audience’s attention and keep them engaged. Funnily enough, it’s not all about content quality (although it is a pretty huge factor). Sometimes, things as simple as a reply to a loyal commenter or adding ‘recommended for you’ section based on individual…

Ebay store design

5 Tips for Successful eBay Store Design

‘People buy with their eyes’ – It might be a little cliché, but to some extent it’s true. In the majority of cases, consumers make decisions about the type of product they want to buy, whether it’s a pair of shoes or a new shirt, but it is the way these products look on the…


GoodUI Teaches Proper Interface Design Skills

Just understanding the fundamentals of design is not enough to craft beautiful websites. A marketing strategy often includes webpage design itself, which naturally falls onto content structure & hierarchy. A new site aptly named GoodUI offers free tips & tricks for building, well, good UI. Each point is broken down to individual ideas that appear…


CodePen Radio talks intricacies of the Web Development Business

The online cloud IDE platform CodePen has become a popular tool amongst frontend developers. It was co-founded by Chris Coyier, Alex Vazquez, and Tim Sabat a few years ago as a way to offer real-time updates on a web platform. With its tremendous success the three have created a podcast under the name CodePen Radio….


3 Things Everything Freelance Design Contract Must Have

If you’re freelancing then you need a contract, full stop.  If there’s only one thing you take away from this article, take that. But read on to learn the basics of what each contract should include and why. Freelancing without a contract is surprisingly common for new and experienced freelancers alike.  Whether you don’t know…


The Pros And Cons Of Building A Mobile App for your Business

As more and more people embrace the smartphone age, the number of consumers online continue to multiply each day. Unlike their counterparts on desktops and laptops, the average smartphone user has gradually bid farewell to the traditional browser. They now favour mobile apps.

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