How to survive a design career and avoid burnout (Part 2)

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Hi, people in the UX Design and Product world. This post is the second in a series I’m writing, based on conversations I’ve had with Product and Experience Designers and leaders in the field, who prosper despite working in some really harsh environments. And when I say “harsh”, I’m talking… Continue reading How to survive a design career and avoid burnout (Part 2)

Custom neural voice: designing for human-centered policy

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Co-authored with Josh Lovejoy Credit: Delivering the benefits of Custom Neural Voice What’s in a voice? What is it about the way someone speaks that makes them memorable? Why do subtle imperfections in speech — like the thoughtful pauses and false starts when thinking on one’s feet — help us perceive a person as sincere or… Continue reading Custom neural voice: designing for human-centered policy

10 Top Tips on What Makes a Good Leaflet (With Leaflet Examples!)

One of the most effective forms of marketing media, leaflets allow you to reach prospective audiences in-store or through the mail. What makes a good leaflet? To avoid your leaflet being consigned to the trash, use thoughtful leaflet design to give your advertising leaflet templates a more lasting impact.   Here we look at ten tips… Continue reading 10 Top Tips on What Makes a Good Leaflet (With Leaflet Examples!)

Key Tips to Creating a User-Centered Website

For quite some time now, Google has given priority to user-centered website and content experiences. More specifically, it wants search results to better reflect user intent, as opposed to just keywords. In the latest update, content expertise and quality may trump authority, earning higher rankings. That is directly in line with the idea of creating… Continue reading Key Tips to Creating a User-Centered Website

Is Change Positive for Web Designers?

As a web designer, you’re constantly being bombarded with messages that tell you to acquire new skills, try new tools, and keep on hustling. But if you’re constantly changing things up, does it do the opposite of what you originally set out to do? In other words, if you always have to start over, is… Continue reading Is Change Positive for Web Designers?

10 Tips for a Content Marketing Plan to Expand Your Business

15 Shares Content marketing is a marketing strategy plan that focuses on creating, sharing, and using relevant and engaging content. The purpose of content marketing is to attract users and clients to contribute to the sales and revenue of a firm. According to Statista, in 2019, a third of small businesses used content marketing as… Continue reading 10 Tips for a Content Marketing Plan to Expand Your Business

5 Tricks To Complete Graphic Design Homework Easily

1 Share It’s incredibly easy to immerse yourself in the bright world of graphic design. Today you can get the demanded profession of a graphic designer by passing a short training program. Online lessons provide a wide range of knowledge, allowing you to enter the job market immediately. The main thing is to find the… Continue reading 5 Tricks To Complete Graphic Design Homework Easily

Why You Should Outsource A Boulder Website Design SEO Team For Your Business

We live in a digital world where the concept of marketing on traditional channels such as newspapers, magazines, TV, and radio is becoming rapidly obsolete. People are on their smartphones, laptops, and tablets to read, shop, and entertain themselves. That is why marketing online has now become crucial for companies. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is… Continue reading Why You Should Outsource A Boulder Website Design SEO Team For Your Business

Which Should You Use and When?

Flexbox and CSS Grid are two CSS layout modules that have become mainstream in recent years. Both allow us to create complex layouts that were previously only possible by applying CSS hacks and/or JavaScript. Flexbox and CSS Grid share multiple similarities and many layouts can be solved with both. When to use which is another… Continue reading Which Should You Use and When?

Why Synthetic Transaction Monitoring For Web Application Matters

January 14, 2019 by Spyrestudios In today’s digital world, reputation is both an asset and a liability. Given that 84% of people trust online reviews as much as an in-person recommendation, according to Forbes, a single negative review concerning your web application can lead to a serious loss of customers. Aspects such as the security,… Continue reading Why Synthetic Transaction Monitoring For Web Application Matters

Tips For Using Images in Web Design: 20 Examples

Web designers know that images can have a huge impact on viewer experience.  An attractive image, placed on a well-designed site, can engage your users and send out a message.  How do you find the best images for our site?  How do you use your images to the very best effect? When creating a website,… Continue reading Tips For Using Images in Web Design: 20 Examples

Monitoring the user's brain for usability testing

I have a habit of connecting the dots between design and various other fields of studies which I start learning about. Lately, I have been learning neurosciences and thinking about how we could harness findings from it to designing better products. It gave me chills. For instance, introduction of brain activity monitoring device such as… Continue reading Monitoring the user's brain for usability testing

Are You Using The Right CMS Platform?

CMS is short for Content Management System – and it’s easy to understand why many novices find the term confusing. Broken down, it sounds like a specialized tool, something you might use to store and organize materials before putting them online or saving reference materials. In reality, though, CMS platforms are everywhere. WordPress is a… Continue reading Are You Using The Right CMS Platform?

Combatting unconscious bias in design

bi·as: prejudice in favor of or against one thing, person, or group compared with another, usually in a way considered to be unfair; cause to feel or show inclination or prejudice for or against someone or something. A few years ago, a male-led design team was working on a brief for a major athletic apparel… Continue reading Combatting unconscious bias in design

Common UX Mistakes and How to Avoid (or Fix) Them

Have you ever fumbled through a complicated contact form on a mobile website or wished for a button or link that wasn’t there? If so, you’ve experienced what a lack of foresight in user experience (UX) design causes. Don’t fall victim to the same common UX mistakes. Make sure potential customers poor UX design doesn’t… Continue reading Common UX Mistakes and How to Avoid (or Fix) Them

Google Data Studio: a Nifty, Free, Easy-to-use Data Vis Tool

As a digital marketer, you can often be overwhelmed with the amount of information and data needed to be analyzed in order to evaluate your efforts. Traffic, conversion rate, user location, behavior and acquisitions — just to name a few — all have to be examined to define the progress of your digital marketing campaign.… Continue reading Google Data Studio: a Nifty, Free, Easy-to-use Data Vis Tool

What You Need To Do To Be A Great UX Designer

The concept of user experience design is a relatively new idea, and now it is an appropriate time to find a way of defining it, by identifying UX design skills and by looking at how these need to be put into practice. In design terms, everything that goes into user experience can make UX a… Continue reading What You Need To Do To Be A Great UX Designer

What Is A User Experience Designer And What Do They Do

The term ‘design’ can be a deceptively simple one. It sounds curiously vague, and when offered in response to most people, it elicits a degree of confusion. For example, when somebody says ‘Oh, I work as a designer,’ a lot of people do not entirely understand what this means. This is because, for such a… Continue reading What Is A User Experience Designer And What Do They Do

4 Point Checklist on Choosing Most Serious Coding Agency

Posted · Category: Best Collections Choosing the right coders for your project can be painfully similar to looking for a needle in the haystack. There are thousands of people out there offering their services, but who are the best ones for you and your business? Who among them understands your vision, aligns with your goals,… Continue reading 4 Point Checklist on Choosing Most Serious Coding Agency