UI/UX Design Blog

How to Use Gradients in Web Design this 2018

Web Design 

When it comes to designing color is one of the key visual elements. Despite the fact that a couple years ago web designers were not sure about this design technique (everyone was crazy about flat UI), using color gradients in web layout is one of the strongest trends in 2018. Color transitions (gradients) are being used […]

       

    |     January 16, 2018

How to Properly Add Developer-Friendly Strokes to Website Elements in Adobe Photoshop

Adobe Photoshop Web Design 

Not all web designers have a web development background and, even though being a programmer is not a requirement when designing a layout, knowing how to better organize and deliver the design assets can make a developer’s life easier and improve the relationship between the two parties. That’s why knowing how to properly add developer-friendly […]

       

    |     December 13, 2017

How to Survive the Temptation of Using Facebook at Work

General 

Facebook is something most of us use. Despite the leveling off of Facebook growth, you’ll find it hard to discover someone who doesn’t use social media at all. While updating your status and checking up on what your friends are up to is a good way to spend a few minutes, it doesn’t have any […]

       

    |     May 22, 2015

5 Best Practices for a Great Web User Experience

Web Design 

A great web user experience (UX) doesn’t just provide information to your visitors or push them to buy a product or service; it harnesses the power of the Internet and uses text, graphics, and interactive, personalized features to give them a terrific experience. There may be many other companies offering the same product or service […]

       

    |     April 19, 2015

What are Agile Development and Scrum

Software 

As discussed in a previous blog, a key software development trend in 2015 is the transition from waterfall to agile software development, in particular, the Scrum methodology. What are agile and Scrum, and how can they benefit your projects? Waterfall vs. Agile The waterfall SDLC model originated in the 1950’s as a way to manage […]

       

    |     March 31, 2015

Must Have Plugins For Your WordPress Website

CMS 

If you run a WordPress based website, then it’s quite likely you’re already well aware of what plugins are and how they benefit your site. Although offering a wide array of uses and functionality, plugins ultimately serve the purpose of facilitating some kind of process within your site, and in turn improving both user experience […]

       

    |     March 24, 2015

The Essential Elements of a Successful Website

Web Design 

A website is like a brick-and-mortar storefront: It is the first impression a customer gets of your business. It has to be appealing and modern. A website design that was state-of-the-art even a year ago could look dated and stale now. If your site is no longer converting the way it used to, you may […]

       

    |     March 17, 2015

What is Quality SEO Content?

SEO 

Google’s continuous algorithm changes have some webmasters claiming that SEO is dead. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Keyword stuffing and incomprehensible “word salad” articles are dead; quality SEO content that adds value to visitors is more important than ever. But, what does “quality” mean? Here are some tips on how to structure your […]

       

    |     March 2, 2015