45+ Web Tools & Services That You Should Try

Find below 45 web tools and services that you should try. These solutions will help you save time and money, being the very best in their industries: – Low code development – WordPress themes and plugins – Website builders – Design blog that covers all the useful info about UI/UX design, branding, mobile and web… Continue reading 45+ Web Tools & Services That You Should Try

How to Make Your Web Developer Portfolio Stand Out

The rise of the internet has changed how we interact with the rest of the world. We are constantly connected to one another and have access to vast resources for education, entertainment, and business. Yet, the continued practicality of these technologies relies on the talents of web developers to provide interfaces and structures. One of… Continue reading How to Make Your Web Developer Portfolio Stand Out

6 Tips for Collecting Customer Feedback (The Right Way)

Feedback is one of the most valuable resources for any business. Informative messages from your customers can tell you a lot about your company. They’re a way to check that your service strategies are paying off and a chance to learn which parts of your product need an upgrade. Reviews and testimonials can also help you… Continue reading 6 Tips for Collecting Customer Feedback (The Right Way)

Website Design: 31 Award Winning Web Designs Examples 2021

33 Shares 2021’s Award Winning Websites, these sites shows the talent and effort of the best developers, designers and web agencies in the web design industry. Today we’re selected thirty one websites design for your inspiration. Websites with modern design built with powerful and advance web design features like HTML5 & CSS3, grid system, typography,… Continue reading Website Design: 31 Award Winning Web Designs Examples 2021

The Latest Research for Web Designers, December 2020

2020 has been an interesting year, to say the least. And although I’m sure many of you can’t wait until the calendar flips ahead to 2021, it doesn’t look as though we’re going to be able to say goodbye to 2020 so easily. Many of the changes we’ve had to make this year are now… Continue reading The Latest Research for Web Designers, December 2020

25 Best Corporate WordPress Themes Of 2020

31 Shares Ultimate multi-purpose best WordPress themes. Clean, super flexible, responsive design WordPress themes working with the awesome Visual Composer and created with a powerful admin options panel! These themes will be able to create any kind of website, the possibilities are endless! Best WordPress themes with most advanced features such as drag and drop… Continue reading 25 Best Corporate WordPress Themes Of 2020

The Art of Persuasion: How to Handle Clients With Mad Ideas

We’ve all been there. It’s 4pm on a Friday afternoon, you’re already in your “weekend outfit” (underwear and hoody combo) and you get an email. It’s Client X: Hey, erm, I’ve just had a couple of thoughts, can we talk? Wearily, you reach for the phone. Sure enough, the “couple of thoughts” become a rambling… Continue reading The Art of Persuasion: How to Handle Clients With Mad Ideas

Clients, constraints, and communication — a UX case study

Libby PorterBlockedUnblockFollowFollowing Apr 27 Some people think design is just about flashy colors and sleek animations. And while it is delightful to scroll through the pages of Dribbble, real design is messy. It is a process. Real design recognizes constraints, asks tough questions, forces you to make tradeoffs… but ultimately, it solves a problem and… Continue reading Clients, constraints, and communication — a UX case study

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How To Create An Expert Like Design Portfolio With These 20 Pro Tips

When you are a graphic designer, the portfolio that you have is basically the entire world for you. It is the total summary that you have to show for your wonderful skills of creativity and design. Whether you are an expert or just a student in the world of graphic design, there is no doubt… Continue reading How To Create An Expert Like Design Portfolio With These 20 Pro Tips

32 Best eShop eCommerce WordPress Themes Of 2019

A very powerful woo-commerce WordPress themes for eShop and eCommerce websites. All eCommerce themes come up with latest features which help you to make unique website from your competitors. These themes are powerful, super flexible responsive, professional, and multipurpose tool with numerous customizable and reusable components that are designed to fit as many purposes as… Continue reading 32 Best eShop eCommerce WordPress Themes Of 2019

36 Hilarious and Clever Print Advertisements

Funny and clever Print Advertisements are effortless ways to put a Smile on Face. We all watched lots of digital TVC ads and some are really hilarious  and awesome. Funny ads make your brand or product more attractive and eye-catching. The print advertisements is the fastest way to communicate the message to world. Print advertising continues to… Continue reading 36 Hilarious and Clever Print Advertisements

Should You Sell Web Hosting Services to Your Clients?

Web design is an industry that is loaded with opportunities for upsells and extra revenue. Odds are that your clients will benefit from services that go beyond basic design and development. However, just because you can offer extras doesn’t necessarily mean that you should. One such area is web hosting. While there is the potential… Continue reading Should You Sell Web Hosting Services to Your Clients?

So You’re Selling a WordPress Theme: Best Practices for Demos

When you’re selling a theme, its demo is your sales pitch. If the demo falls short in some way, it’s doing a disservice to the theme and will lead to a loss of sales. If your theme includes hundreds of features, but buyers can’t see them in action, you may as well have no features… Continue reading So You’re Selling a WordPress Theme: Best Practices for Demos

How To Influence Your Web Clients To Accept Your Expert Suggestions

July 20, 2018 by Spyrestudios Blogger You’ve probably had a few web design clients who didn’t see the value in some of your work. Maybe you created a stunning minimal design and they wanted you to increase the size of their logo. Or, perhaps you created a simple web form to capture leads and they… Continue reading How To Influence Your Web Clients To Accept Your Expert Suggestions

Tips On Educating Your Web Design Clients

You’ll often find that your web design clients simply do not know web design the way you do. They don’t follow the trends, they don’t really understand the terminology, and they don’t understand the reasoning behind certain web design decisions. You certainly know all those things. After all, it’s your job. You’re a web designer.… Continue reading Tips On Educating Your Web Design Clients

Every Designer Should Know The Importance Of Prototyping

Advertisement The importance of prototyping should be obvious to anyone involved in designing website or mobile apps. A prototype allows a designer or developer to create a form out of a concept, so that everyone who is involved in the process can give their feedback and make necessary adjustments before a final version is produced.… Continue reading Every Designer Should Know The Importance Of Prototyping

30 Web Design Portfolios That Impress Clients

The time of traditional print-based portfolios are gone. These days various technologies allows you to implement the craziest, most creative and outstanding of ideas on your design portfolio, online. From dabbling with bold color schemes and interactive effects, to utilizing unusual fonts or full-screen videos, many designers put a lot of thought and care into… Continue reading 30 Web Design Portfolios That Impress Clients

How to Handle and Manage Different Types of WordPress Web Design Clients

The client that you choose to take on defines you. Most of the problems in work can be avoided by taking the time to choose a client carefully. This means, you should know what you want out of your client relationships. Psychological approach is an effective strategy that can be used to read your clients’… Continue reading How to Handle and Manage Different Types of WordPress Web Design Clients

Prototyping For Better Products, Stronger Teams And Happier Clients

As mobile designers, we have a stark decision to make: do we spend time learning new tools and changing our design processes to create our own transitional interfaces, or are the tools that we’ve been using good enough? There’s an old writing adage that advises writers, whenever possible, to “show, don’t tell” when bringing characters… Continue reading Prototyping For Better Products, Stronger Teams And Happier Clients

68 Easy Ways to Promote Your Design Services for a Steady Flow of New Clients

With the huge amount of freelance designers, small studios, and agencies out there offering web and graphic design services it can be difficult to maintain a steady flow of new clients. While it would be nice to have all the clients you need coming to you for work, the reality for most designers is that… Continue reading 68 Easy Ways to Promote Your Design Services for a Steady Flow of New Clients

13 Ways to Stop Clients making Too Many Revisions

It can be a designer’s dilemma when clients won’t stop asking for repeated revisions. When we design for our clients we want them to be happy with the result, but sometimes they can go too far and can make our lives a living hell. When we start out as designers, we rarely take into the… Continue reading 13 Ways to Stop Clients making Too Many Revisions

How to Deal with Web Design Clients You’ve Never Seen

“I could never work for someone I’ve never met.” My friend was discussing my freelancing career with me and she couldn’t imagine working for clients she’d never met in person. But freelance web designers and other freelancers do it all the time. Many freelancers connect with their clients primarily through the Internet. Their clients might… Continue reading How to Deal with Web Design Clients You’ve Never Seen

5 Things to Never Say to Clients

Pitching to a new client can be challenging for a variety of reasons. Designers must walk a fine line that entails winning the client without compromising their own needs and values. The willingness to do whatever it takes to make the potential client happy seems like a great attitude and a noble, prudent approach, but… Continue reading 5 Things to Never Say to Clients