Posts tagged with ‘webdesign’

 

It will be no surprise to those of us who work in the web industry that standards are incredibly high these days. More and more people are turning their hand to web design and that makes the competition for creating a breathtaking design as difficult today as it’s ever been. So how can we make… continue reading

Since the earliest days of the mobile Web, designers have struggled with the challenges inherent in presenting content across multiple devices, and with the explosion in the number and range of devices – from desktops, laptops and netbooks to tablets and smart phones – the difficulties of covering all the bases only become more complex… continue reading

A couple of weeks ago I launched a contest with, in my humble opinion, a great price: an ebook bundle of Smashing Magazine about Usability and UX for Web Design. Today, the ebook bundle contest has concluded. For those who have participated, thank you for competing and spreading the word. This is the time you’ve… continue reading

If meme blogs and snarky comment boards are any indication, stock photography isn’t always held in the highest estimation. And, between photographers who produce ridiculous and unusable photos like “boy sniffing cactus” and website owners who slap up inappropriate and pixellated photos without a second thought, it’s not hard to see where all of the… continue reading

In our 4-part series about Call to Action buttons, we have come to the 3rd post in which I explain the impact of shape and size on the effectiveness of a button. With the help of several studies I will show you the best practices in order to increase the CTR (Clickthrough Rate) of the… continue reading