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3 Recommended UX Books to Take Your Web Design to the Next Level

The average designer has a number of valuable skills such as knowledge of design principles, practical ability with Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Sketch–and a certain amount of experience showcased by a portfolio of work. In my experience, to take your game to the next level it can help to look beyond day-to-day design and learn about UX, business, coding, digital marketing and so on.  The scope of this art ...

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5 Ways to Destroy Business Credibility in Less Than One Minute

5 Ways to Destroy Business Credibility in Less Than One Minute is a post by SEO expert Melissa McGibbon . For information about our SEO services or more great SEO tips and tricks, visit the blog . Are you guilty of neglecting your website and online presence? According to a web credibility study done by Stanford University , 75% of users admit to making judgments about a company’s credibility based ...

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Top 50 WordPress Themes on ThemeForest

As any web designer knows ThemeForest carries the widest selection of premium themes. This morning they are showing over 16,000 themes for sale in their marketplace. We have recommended their themes for years mainly because they give the broadest selection available. For any single category of site you want to build they give you the necessary tools to make it look just right. We have collected their top 50 ...

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A collection of useful tools for a resourceful web designer

There are no two projects that are the same. And just like every project is unique, every designer is unique as well. But despite their uniqueness, all designers have one thing in common: They all believe they know exactly where to find the best resources and tools for their websites. Not only the best tools, but the most affordable as well. If this were true, articles like this would not need to be written ...

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Eight Hidden Gems in the WordPress Function Reference

WordPress is like a big ocean to me. It has a big set of great APIs, it has some awesome functionality and you can make almost any kind of websites you can imagine.  But in this grand ocean as a content management system, there are some tiny bits of code that are being overlooked. In this tutorial, we're going to have a quick look at eight interesting WordPress functions. This one is –hopefully– going to be ...

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Styling Our Behance Portfolio Website Using LESS

During the previous part of this series , we learned about the Behance API, using it to capture a user's portfolio pieces and display them on a web page. In this part we will style the web page, presenting the portfolio pieces in a suitably attractive way.  Tools We'll be Using To get started, we will prepare our toolkit: Normalize We will use Normalize to make the basic element styles more consistent acros ...

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16 Simple Adobe Flash Design Tutorials for Beginners

Adobe Flash was adopted originally from Macromedia and has stuck to the course of digital animation. It’s a fantastic program which allows animators to create quick and simple projects. If you want to learn Flash it’s going to take some practice – both graphically and programmatically when getting into ActionScript. But having used the program myself I can say it is worth the effort. I’ve built simple anima ...

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Online Content Collective, April 3, 2014 – SEO

Online Content Collective, April 3, 2014 – SEO is a post by SEO expert Shilah Anderson . For information about our SEO services or more great SEO tips and tricks, visit the blog . This week’s online content collective focuses on building on the conversation and fixing the misperceptions of what SEO is, where it’s going, and how we can keep it alive in the minds of our clients and our employees. Here ...

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