Setting up an online store years ago used to be mind-numbingly complex. Simply creating products, product pages and a checkout sequence was bad enough. But then you had to worry about payment gateways to accept payment. Shipping. And don’t forget about taxes! Is it time to start your own online store? Image source: GraphicRiver Thankfully… Continue reading How to Start Your Own Online Store (Beginner Guide)
Inclusive design is often mistaken for accessibility, or even used as an interchangeable term, which is a good indication that most designers don’t know what it means. Accessibility is a process that seeks to mitigate issues in a design that is not sufficiently universal; inclusive design increases the universality of the design. In real-world terms,… Continue reading 3 Ways to Design More Inclusively
[unable to retrieve full-text content] A reciprocal relationship between societal shift and innovative design. Lululemon retail store in Beijing. PHOTOGRAPHER: Eason Yang Design has evolved from a pragmatic methodology towards a strategic influence over the past decades; designers have engaged in complex social problems making significant contributions. Our observations convince us that the need has emerged… Continue reading From designed-for-women to design-by-women
February 3, 2021 by Sangalang Kristine There is always a debate on why you should perform a website crawl on your own website. Many developers think that this is a beneficial way to analyze data from any website. It could be to identify possible errors to fix ahead and avoid possible penalties. Or, it could… Continue reading Why You Should Perform a Website Crawl And How to Do It
There’s nothing nice about asking the question “How old is too old to …?” So, I’m going to start by getting the answer out of the way, right now: You’re never too old to… …become a web designer… …transition from web designer to UX designer… …become a full-stack designer-developer powerhouse… …or do whatever the heck… Continue reading Are You Too Old to Be a Web Designer?
Today era is digitization world, where website accessibility is the most common task. Users use websites for a variety of reasons in their day to day tasks. If a user is searching a query using any digital assistant whether phone or desktop, they expect quick and relevant answers to that. For example, if a user… Continue reading Tips for Enhancing Website Loading Speed by Proper Optimization
Building a large email list is the smartest thing you can do as an online marketer. If done correctly, it’ll boost engagement, improve your brand’s reputation, and drive sales better than any other online communication platform. Here’s why you should be making efforts to add people to your email list in every piece of content… Continue reading Why You Need to Tempt Blog Readers to Subscribe to Your Email List
Paying bills on time each month is important for consumers, business customers and merchants to maintain their credit score and maintain good relations with merchants, landlords and utilities. Failure to make monthly payments on time can also cost money in terms of increased interest charges and possibly penalties for late payment. Business customers who bill… Continue reading Recurring Bill Payments Made Easy
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?
Two years ago, Arthur Aron and others published the results of a study about intimacy. They developed a list of 36 questions that could eventually bring two people closer. The point was not to give or get the right answers. Rather, asking the 36 questions, the two have to disclose some uncomfortable truth about themselves.… Continue reading 10 Questions to Ask When Hiring a Mobile App Developer