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It's standard these days for a company website to have an accompanying blog. Unfortunately, the blog is often just there to tick a proverbial box and often does not drive much engagement or many leads.<
We are not fortune-tellers and we do not like predictions. That is why we didn’t share such a post at the end of 2020. Still, we realize that web design trends play an important role for everyone working in the website construction industry. It's always interesting to see how web design responds and reflects reality. And the realities of our lives have changed a lot since 2020. The worldwide pandemic has greatly impacted our lives and web design did not escape that impact.
The term 'side hustle' is used quite loosely to describe anything that a person does in addition to their primary job or source of income in order to make a little extra money. A side hustle can be related to what a person does for a living, or completely unrelated, though typically it makes more sense to focus on what you know and what you're good at.
In this WordPress tutorial you will learn how to create contact page template in your Wordpress Theme
Designing websites is time-consuming and sometimes expensive. If you've contracted with a client to build their website a certain way, you might need to buy multiple licenses for scripts, software, and stock photos.
If you spend some time learning how to use the quick selection tool in PhotoShop and all its benefits, you’ll know how to remove background in PhotoShop, adjust brightness, work with contrasts, and handle many other image settings.
Kubernetes and containers promise faster application development and release, quicker bug fixes, increased feature velocity. However, it often comes at the cost of compromised security and that is something not acceptable in any application development environment.
We've compiled a list of web design software we find useful, full of tools and resources you would love to discover. Sure, not an exhaustive one, but the one worth your time. Why? Well, no matter what problem you’re trying to solve, we are pretty sure this roundup has your answer.
UX design documentation might not seem that important for today's agencies, and it can pale in comparison to research, client interaction, and development. However, documentation will always have its purpose in design; it helps the client understand how the final product will look and feel, and it helps designers have a clear development roadmap in mind. Good documentation emphasizes the end user's pain points and establishes ways in which the new design will solve them while at the same time pr...
Most website development projects involve large files that need to be passed between developers and clients. Managing large files can be a point of frustration for many developers.