How to Use Bold Typography in Your Design

Bold typography is one of the most exciting trends that has emerged in design. Whether it’s online or offline content, typography helps you to communicate your message across to your audience. Designers can have fun with typography and be creative. Based on the typography you choose, you can establish a brand identity and send a… Continue reading How to Use Bold Typography in Your Design

5 Tips to Make Your Business Website User-Friendly for More Conversions

Days when businesses used websites for sharing information and promoting products only, are long gone. Today, companies use websites to improve customer experiences and increase traffic conversion. However, to offer your website visitors with the best experience possible, you need to ensure your site is as engaging as possible. One of the most critical aspects… Continue reading 5 Tips to Make Your Business Website User-Friendly for More Conversions

Why Web Devs Need To Know About Servers And Infrastructure In 2018

April 4, 2018 by Spyrestudios Blogger Web developers must always be up to date with the latest advancements in their field if they want to remain relevant and create future-proof websites. Since the computer industry is one of, if not the most, dynamic field of specialization, keeping abreast with what’s new is not as easy… Continue reading Why Web Devs Need To Know About Servers And Infrastructure In 2018

How SAP Fiori Can Help Transform User Experience?

In a context of digital transformation, many companies using SAP for their internal and external needs underestimate the importance of user experience. A lot has been said about SAP UX in terms of technology and design but still, the skills necessary for good user adoption are in short supply. That’s why SAP providers are in… Continue reading How SAP Fiori Can Help Transform User Experience?

5 Reasons Why Your Business Needs a Website

Over 80% of consumers research a business, product or service online before making a purchase decision. Yet, only about half of businesses today have a website. Whether you’re an established business or a start-up, having a professional and interactive website that speaks your brand message should be a critical part of your business goals. Many… Continue reading 5 Reasons Why Your Business Needs a Website

A series of interviews with senior UX leaders to celebrate International Women’s Day

Meet Elizabeth Elizabeth Churchill is currently a Director of User Experience at Google. She is an applied social scientist working in the area of human computer interaction, computer mediated communication, mobile/ubiquitous computing and social media. Elizabeth is the current Secretary/Treasurer of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), the world’s premier professional society for computer science… Continue reading A series of interviews with senior UX leaders to celebrate International Women’s Day

Building brand trust through UX Design

Be Secure Are you building an eCommerce website? Are you going to make the credit/debit card transactions happen on your website? This section is critical. What are the chances you would give your credit/debit card information to any random eCommerce website? None, right? I know your website is not the dodgy site still trying to… Continue reading Building brand trust through UX Design

Personas, jobs to be done, user needs = goals + pain points

Recently I’ve been working on discovering unmet user needs for my company using the Job-To-Be-Done framework, and I saw some arguments between people who use personas and people who use jobs-to-be-done (JTBD). A common critique of using personas from the JTBD people is that personas tend to focus on the attributes of the users (like… Continue reading Personas, jobs to be done, user needs = goals + pain points

The Secret to Creating Products That Scale

Bigger is better. Right? At least according to conventional startup wisdom, it is. It seems like many entrepreneurs are under constant pressure to scale from advisors and investors. Generally speaking, aggressive scaling involves ramping up sales and marketing, raising sufficient capital, and hiring and managing new people. But for some software companies, there is an… Continue reading The Secret to Creating Products That Scale

5 Essential Features of a Viable Human Resources Software

The end of the year makes an ideal time to reflect on the year’s performances and to make new resolutions for the new year. As a business owner, your human resources department is the most important within your company. The unit is vital in hiring, firing, payroll, benefits, and understanding all tax and employment laws.… Continue reading 5 Essential Features of a Viable Human Resources Software

Essential Ingredients For Every Competitive Analysis

The Whys Why are competitors doing things a certain way? Why do people trust or use a competitor’s product? Why is a particular product among the top 3 or top 5 solutions in the market? One of the most effective practice is to use the 5 Whys technique. You can read more about it here.… Continue reading Essential Ingredients For Every Competitive Analysis

Why You Should Seriously Consider Outsourcing Web Development

Smart outsourcing is key to the success of most businesses today. The company contracts external professionals to carry out its often non-strategic functions to focus its resources towards more strategic matters. You can have your accounting functions outsourced or your recruitment taken care of by a professional HR agency, or can outsource web development to… Continue reading Why You Should Seriously Consider Outsourcing Web Development

Design Continuity Matters

Planning and executing your site for multiple platforms Today’s digital data world is not inclusive of just the computer monitor or the laptop screen, but rather a combination of phones, tablets, smart devices, laptops, desktops, and mini-computers. As a business, it is vital that the information you present for such platforms have a level of… Continue reading Design Continuity Matters

Microcopy Tips to Improve Your Site’s UX

Microcopy is a fundamental part of your site’s UX. Let’s check out some microcopy tips for a better user experience. What is microcopy? Microcopy is made up of the tiny snippets of text scattered around your website. It can include things like button texts, form labels, interaction prompts, tool tips and even error messages. As… Continue reading Microcopy Tips to Improve Your Site’s UX

How to Improve Your Video Content Strategy

Video converts better than any other forms of media, that’s according to 70% of digital marketers. When it comes to driving awareness, customer engagement and lead conversions, more businesses are opting for video marketing. While many business owners are opting for video marketing, creating compelling content for their audience and ensuring that it helps achieve… Continue reading How to Improve Your Video Content Strategy

Stop Being an Ego Designer

Wow! The new client project has landed and you will be the lead designer! Great, everybody has to do your biddings. Gnaar! Thats wrong, dude! Photo by: Nik MacMillan I believe that every project and teamwork will push you more into the character of an altruist. Designing a digital product with your ego creates a… Continue reading Stop Being an Ego Designer

65 Proven E-commerce Consumer Behavior Statistics

February 2, 2017 by Noemi Twigg While the exact number of e-commerce stores cannot be pinpointed, based on data from the major platforms, it is safe to say that there are around several hundred thousands in the United States and anywhere from 12 to 14 million worldwide. In terms of online shoppers, Statista counts 1.61 billion (worldwide)… Continue reading 65 Proven E-commerce Consumer Behavior Statistics

Logo Design Trends and Strategy Guide for 2017

Branding strategy plays a fundamental part in an organization’s achievement in today’s focused and competitive markets. Your organization brand is not only a name or image; it speaks to the association with your purchaser. Making solid brand value is critical to position yourself in the business sector and make consumer awareness, whether you are an… Continue reading Logo Design Trends and Strategy Guide for 2017

Learn the Basics of HTML in Our New Course

Do you need to learn HTML from the ground up? If so, our new course, Start Here: Learn HTML Basics, is perfect for you. What You’ll Learn The most critical first step to becoming a web designer is learning how to code HTML. By the end of this short course you’ll know what HTML is, how it… Continue reading Learn the Basics of HTML in Our New Course

7 Free Server Monitoring Tools

There are so many wonderful and superb server monitoring tools are available in the internet some are free while some are costly. But in this collection we are showcasing 7 free and outstanding server monitoring tools. So when you use this collection you always make sure that your website is available for your users or… Continue reading 7 Free Server Monitoring Tools

Hands On Improving Google PageSpeed

What You’ll Be Creating What Is Google PageSpeed? Google PageSpeed is a free tool that assesses the performance and usability of your website for mobile and desktop platforms. It’s extra important because Google uses it in determining key elements of our SEO ranking, i.e. how high we appear in their search results. If you want more background… Continue reading Hands On Improving Google PageSpeed

Quality Wireframes Inspiration

A well produced, quality wireframe is a critical phase in the creative process and could make all the difference while working with different stakeholders. Covering all the angles, attention to details and working in the correct size proportions enables a productive and aligned dialogue with your client or your boss, making sure everyone is on… Continue reading Quality Wireframes Inspiration

Critical Mistakes To Avoid When Quoting A Web Design Project

Striking out on your own as a freelance designer can be incredibly exciting and rewarding, but to be successful, designers who go this route must hone much more than their design skills. A successful freelance designer must have exceptional organizational and presentation skills. He/She must also understand business development and know how to properly quote… Continue reading Critical Mistakes To Avoid When Quoting A Web Design Project

55 Fresh Examples Of Creative Single Page Website Designs

Displaying your work in single page design is a hot trend now days. You possibly cannot imagine what designers can do with single pages as modern age designers love to experiment with things and observe how people interact with their work. The best single pages are those that help you convey your message into few… Continue reading 55 Fresh Examples Of Creative Single Page Website Designs