As bloggers and website owners, we’ve all had our share of fickle website visitors. You know the kind. They are visitors who come to your website and leave within a few seconds. Sure, something about your brand got them interested, but for some reason, they leave without buying or clicking any links Hurts, doesn’t it? […]
There are some truly stunning websites out there. But just because something looks pretty, doesn’t mean it will be functional and drive your target customers to action.
There is no denying that the introduction of social media to the world has changed the way website developers and designers build sites. In fact, social media marketing helps you strengthen your brand’s online presence.
60 years after their first ever hit single, we’re sure that the Beatles need very little introduction. However, if you are a little unfamiliar with this iconic rock band, the Beatles were known for their experimental and innovative approach to the rock genre and brought pop and psychedelic music into the rock scene.
As a freelance web designer/dev, one of the most common projects is a website redesign. Clients want their existing site (or specific pages) transformed into something superior. But this often comes with a price where SEO is concerned.
Colorblind users are more common than you might realize. It’s not hard to design your website to make it easy for colorblind visitors to use. In fact, it will often make your designs more effective for all users, not just those with atypical sight conditions. Learn how to design your website around colorblind users to […]
It should be noted that slide-out panels are indeed less accessible than fixed navigation options. They’re harder to discover and understand. Screen elements appearing and disappearing can confuse users and frustrate visitors. However, they’ve maintained their position as a consistently popular design choice, especially when screen space is limited, like on mobile devices. Their modularity […]
The correct font for your project depends on its use. Consider what your website is for, and what the user will do when they arrive. Do you have long stretches of text, or just smaller headlines and descriptive language? Chose the best font based on how the website works, not what you like the look […]
The space between letters is just as important for legibility as the text itself. If your website is hard to read, don’t just consider the typeface: consider the white space as well. With kerning, leading, tracking, and other spacing tools, you can make your text more readable without a major design overhaul using these text […]
Adding photos to your website can definitely make it more appealing and help you to draw in and engage more visitors. But regardless of whether you’re using stock photography or snapping shots of your own, the one thing you need to be able to do is edit and improve the photos that you add. If […]