In today’s look at the latest research for web designers, we’re going to look at studies and reports from Payoneer, Robert Half, Hootsuite, and Contentsquare to see what they have to say about things like: Current freelancer demand Web designer earning potential A change in ecommerce shopping trends Unseen content rates 1. There’s Light At… Continue reading The Latest Research for Web Designers, September 2020
What do you think is the most tedious aspect of a designer’s workflow? I believe that’s to create repeating layouts and then make small adjustments over and over again. However, in the process of building a prototype, we often find a lot of similar parts need to be made. Although copy-and-paste is a good solution,… Continue reading Mockplus Repeater vs. Adobe XD Repeat Grid, which one do you like better?
Advertisement I know you are interested in learning how to make infographics. Before getting there, we need to start with the beginning. Since the dawn of time humans have used visuals to communicate with one another. Cave paintings have been discovered across Asia and Europe dating back as far as 40,000 years ago. Fast forward… Continue reading How To Make Infographics Properly
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Color schemes Although I will be criticized for skipping the basics, it is better to skip writing about why RGB is for web and CMYK is for print and other similar notions. Instead, I will jump directly to things that not everyone knows. For example, color schemes. In color theory, a color scheme is the… Continue reading How To Choose Colors For Websites