Top 10 Mistakes When Creating User Journey Maps

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Here are the top 10 common mistakes to watch out for when creating user journeys: 1. Not defining clear objectives Creating a user journey without a clear goal is like setting out on a trip without a destination. It’s crucial to know what you’re trying to understand or achieve with… Continue reading Top 10 Mistakes When Creating User Journey Maps

The Ultimate Guide To WordPress Maintenance Mode: What You Need To Know

WordPress maintenance mode is a handy tool that makes behind-the-scenes website updates simple and helps strengthen your marketing efforts. This guide will explore everything about the WordPress maintenance mode, from setting it up to troubleshooting common issues. Importance of Maintenance Mode Maintenance mode functions as a safety net for your WordPress website. It creates an… Continue reading The Ultimate Guide To WordPress Maintenance Mode: What You Need To Know

How to Fix a 500 Internal Server Error on Your WordPress Site

One minute your website is working. The next, you see an error message that looks like this:  “500 Internal Server Error” Or: “This page isn’t working.” Or:  “HTTP ERROR 500” Unfortunately, this is one of those error codes that provides no information on the source of the problem. That said, troubleshooting and fixing a 500… Continue reading How to Fix a 500 Internal Server Error on Your WordPress Site

Cultivating Customer Confidence with UX

Businesses rely on designers to help them build the perfect relationship with visitors. After all, as much as companies may wish it wasn’t true, many consumers still judge a book by its cover. A website that fails to prioritize concepts like trust and transparency could instantly lose the confidence of its target audience.  As a… Continue reading Cultivating Customer Confidence with UX

How Artwork Flow Can Help You Achieve 50% Faster Time to Market With Packaging Artwork Management?

The packaging and artwork development process is under pressure to deliver an increasingly short duration. In a market of reduced consumer spending, extended resource costs, and dramatically increased sustainability interests, brands are looking for alternatives to efficiently manage the complexities of the packaging and artwork management process. Artwork Flow makes it easy to manage a brand’s… Continue reading How Artwork Flow Can Help You Achieve 50% Faster Time to Market With Packaging Artwork Management?

Traffic lights in user experience

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Humans are simple creatures. We understand instructions very well and know how to follow them through. In one of my previous posts, I explained how offering users too many choices most often overwhelm and confuse them terribly. It is simpler for users to be told exactly what needs to be done,… Continue reading Traffic lights in user experience

Comic Sans: The Font We Love to Hate? Plus Fonts Similar to Comic Sans

Derided by design fans but loved by millions of Microsoft users, Comic Sans is one of the most popular—and divisive—fonts ever created. Since its release in 1994, Comic Sans has been a consistent feature of everyday life, with the typeface being used on signage, menus, logos… and even tombstones.  Given the widespread popularity of the… Continue reading Comic Sans: The Font We Love to Hate? Plus Fonts Similar to Comic Sans

Functional Design Rules to Go By In Web Design

In creating websites, design is of utmost importance. Web design helps you build your brand and it tells your customer what kind of business you have. Subconsciously, people are naturally drawn more to things that are visually pleasing. In fact, a Stanford study said that 75% of users base a company’s credibility on its visual… Continue reading Functional Design Rules to Go By In Web Design

Fail or Success? How You Build Your Website will Show Result

There are great prospects to create a niche for website by implementing best techniques. Website design and development should be relevant to the industry and it should be done as per the needs of the customers. The prospective customers should be able to access various features in a very efficient manner. The usability and appearance… Continue reading Fail or Success? How You Build Your Website will Show Result

Boost a Number of Your Ready-Made Solutions in One Click: ONE by TemplateMonster

We live in a world where people often make an attempt to get the best items among the best ones. It is completely impossible to predict if you manage to achieve this very goal. Occasionally, it becomes possible not only to get the most high-quality digital products. It becomes even possible to get all of… Continue reading Boost a Number of Your Ready-Made Solutions in One Click: ONE by TemplateMonster

Top uses for acrylic sheets

Acrylic sheets are often underrated. But, the handy slice of clear plastic has so many uses and that’s why acrylic sheets deserve a little recognition. What are these uses you ask? Follow along and you’ll soon find out. Oh, and if you’re in need of acrylic sheets by the end of this article, click here… Continue reading Top uses for acrylic sheets

How to Write Helpful User Tutorials and Onboarding Guides

Writing user tutorials is essential to launching any new software project. But writing helpful user tutorials requires a careful hand, with a correct understanding of the user’s needs and expectations. With a solid foundation of empathy and understanding, we can build user tutorials that will educate our users without losing their attention or going over… Continue reading How to Write Helpful User Tutorials and Onboarding Guides

How Non-Digital Elements Can Improve UX

Designers draw ideas for website design and best user experience (UX) from everywhere – not just the digital sphere. If it annoys in real life, it can hinder user experience online. If it uplifts emotions or forms connections in the outside world, chances are it can be used for inspiration in designing online experiences as… Continue reading How Non-Digital Elements Can Improve UX

25 Web Designs with a Clear and Concise Elevator Pitch

The concept of the elevator pitch has become a popular feature in web design. Bold statements that introduce and describe a company or individual now dominate the mastheads of agency and portfolio sites. In today’s web design showcase I present 25 great examples of websites that successfully explain what they’re all about in a clear… Continue reading 25 Web Designs with a Clear and Concise Elevator Pitch

Free Clear Social Media Icons with PNG & PSD

Here is the latest edition of todays freebie. This freebie includes popular social media icons that are completely vectorized. As usual, the icon set is free to use for personal and commercial projects. Inside the zip folder you will find PNGs and PSD file. Icons that are included : facebook, twitter, pintrest, linkedin, google plus, flickr, stumbleupon, rss, email… Continue reading Free Clear Social Media Icons with PNG & PSD