Why blockchain and Web 3 user interfaces will suck for a while

How Web 2.0 grumpiness + Web 3.0 hubris are contributing to terrible user experiences on the cutting edge of tech. Statler and Waldorf definitely aren’t interested in Web 3. Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RF62EGPppFU My point in a nutshell: Web 3 people are generally not interested in lessons from the past, and experienced tech people don’t need Web 3… Continue reading Why blockchain and Web 3 user interfaces will suck for a while

Exciting New Tools For Designers, Holidays 2021

The year’s winding down as everyone segues into a much-needed holiday R&R. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t some awesome new tools and resources for website design projects. Check them out, and hit the ground running in January. Here’s what’s new for designers this holiday period. Enjoy!   Fancy Border Radius Generator Fancy Border Radius… Continue reading Exciting New Tools For Designers, Holidays 2021

7 Effective Tips To Help Make Your Logo Stand Out

29 Shares When it comes to a company’s logo, it is the ultimate symbol that represents a company. Hence, it needs to be just right and perfect. According to studies, more than 65% of the world’s population consists of visual learners, meaning they are more likely to remember the company’s logo rather than the name.… Continue reading 7 Effective Tips To Help Make Your Logo Stand Out

How to Identify a Font

Trying to figure out how to identify a font? Whether you’re working on how to identify a font on a website, how to identify a font in a logo, or how to identify a font by image, we’ll help you get started. Learn about font basics and common font traits so you can narrow down your… Continue reading How to Identify a Font

3 Essential Design Trends, July 2021

This month, you will either love or hate the featured design trends. The common theme among them is a strong design element that can create distinct emotional connections. They range from interesting monotone color choices to brutalist examples to AI-inspired faces and design elements. Here’s what’s trending in design this month. 1. Interesting Monotone Color… Continue reading 3 Essential Design Trends, July 2021

The rise and fall of Polaroid

[unable to retrieve full-text content] The disruptor becomes the disrupted. Photo by Patrick on Unsplash The Positional View and Resource-Based View are two schools of business strategy that seek to describe a company’s competitive advantage. There is a great deal of overlap between the two, as will be discussed using specific examples from the Polaroid company.… Continue reading The rise and fall of Polaroid

41 Best Bold Cursive Fonts (Bold Script, Calligraphy, and Tattoo Fonts to Download)

A bold cursive font can be a great attention-grabber. Check out this list of some of the best bold fonts, from bold calligraphy fonts to bold tattoo fonts, bold handwriting fonts, and big bold fonts with a retro feel. So, if you’re looking for some bold font inspiration, you are in the right place.  Bold… Continue reading 41 Best Bold Cursive Fonts (Bold Script, Calligraphy, and Tattoo Fonts to Download)

4 Questions to Ask Your Clients When They Request Basic SEO Services

Most top designers and top programmers are separate individuals. Although most professional designers know JavaScript, it’s rare to find one person who is a master of both design and programming (beyond JavaScript). The same is true for search engine optimization (SEO). As a designer, you probably know your way around basic SEO strategies, but you… Continue reading 4 Questions to Ask Your Clients When They Request Basic SEO Services

3 Essential Design Trends, May 2021

Spring and fresh designs are in the air. This month, it’s obvious that designers are feeling creative with new and interesting concepts that range from a new style for cards, homepage experimentation with multiple entry points or calls to action, and risky typography options. Here’s what’s trending in design this month. 1. “Flat” Cards Card-style… Continue reading 3 Essential Design Trends, May 2021

20 Best Etsy Banner Designs (Using an Etsy Banner Maker)

If you have an Etsy shop, you need an eye-catching banner to make sure your page stands out from the crowd.  Don’t worry—you don’t need to waste time trying to figure out how to make an Etsy banner yourself. That’s because Placeit’s Etsy banner maker will help you create an eye-catching banner in a matter… Continue reading 20 Best Etsy Banner Designs (Using an Etsy Banner Maker)

10 Best Free Stock Image Sites For 2021

When photographers take images to sell commercially, like every other business, they want to maximize their returns, so they adapt their ideas to meet commercial trends. As a result, stock always looks like stock, and that minor deception introduces a small amount of doubt in users. But the rise of camera phones, and the increasing… Continue reading 10 Best Free Stock Image Sites For 2021

9 Productivity Tips Everyone Studying Online Should Use

If you want to succeed in online learning, the key thing to keep in mind is that courses taught through the Internet are just as rigorous and intensive as traditional classes at a college. No matter how comfy you may feel, it takes discipline and dedication to stay productive. To help you get on the… Continue reading 9 Productivity Tips Everyone Studying Online Should Use

How to Choose the Best Font for your Website

5 Shares Designing websites is a very intense process that entails lots of hard works. There are various things that you need to think about, such as the logo, color scheme, layout, text designs, and navigation. But the trickiest of designing a website perhaps lies in getting all the elements together to come up with… Continue reading How to Choose the Best Font for your Website

How to Build a WooCommerce Store With Elementor

Elementor and WooCommerce make it easy to create an online store. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to use WooComerce, WordPress, and Elementor to build an online store complete with products, categories, and an Amazon-style dropdown menu. Why WooCommerce? WordPress is one of the world’s most popular blogging platforms, but countless businesses also use… Continue reading How to Build a WooCommerce Store With Elementor

Fall Leaves and Pumpkins: Design Inspiration for the Season

September 9, 2020 by Sangalang Kristine The autumn season is almost here and there is no better way to warm up to it than fall leaves and pumpkin-inspired designs. We are seeing a lot of red and orange hues every fall and it makes internet users feel warmer as the air becomes colder. Different website… Continue reading Fall Leaves and Pumpkins: Design Inspiration for the Season

3 Essential Design Trends, August 2020

Do the lazy days have you longing for a new design technique to try? You are in luck. This month’s collection of essential design trends is packed with functional ideas to spruce up design projects. And all of them are fairly easy to accomplish and will give your project a modern – or intentionally old-school… Continue reading 3 Essential Design Trends, August 2020

Build vs. Buy: Automated Accessibility Tools

If something can be automated, developers will try to build it to save them time. In the field of accessibility, some automated tools out there can catch up to 50% of accessibility defects (like axe-core). On top of that, there are a lot of free accessibility rules libraries out there already for developers to choose… Continue reading Build vs. Buy: Automated Accessibility Tools

Using ipdata for Geolocation

When most people think of geolocation, they remember the familiar pop-up notifications saying that the “website wants to know your location”. But did you know that you can get geolocation information about your visitors with the IP address alone, without requiring any extra permissions? To web developers, geolocation is a treasure trove of information and… Continue reading Using ipdata for Geolocation

5 Pitfalls of User-Generated Content (And How to Avoid Them)

It brings with it a host of benefits. UGC can greatly increase engagement with websites, as well as shareability and authenticity. Of course, along with benefits are a host of pitfalls, from having to take the time to moderate content, to establishing an engaged community to submit the content in the first place. It’s important… Continue reading 5 Pitfalls of User-Generated Content (And How to Avoid Them)

How Many Types of X Acronym Are There? And Does It Matter?

One of the problems with coining a term like “user experience” or its acronym counterpart “UX” is that it opens up the floodgates for other trendy experience-related acronyms to enter the web design lexicon. CX, DX, EX, HX, JX, PX, UX, (U)XD… Is all of this really necessary though? While I don’t think you need… Continue reading How Many Types of X Acronym Are There? And Does It Matter?

Start With These Courses and Tutorials

Ever since the catchphrase “There’s an app for that” played on a television commercial, there’s been a strong and growing interest in creating mobile apps, especially for Apple and iOS devices. Mobile apps are used by hundreds of millions of users per day, with more than 100 million iPhone users estimated to exist in the… Continue reading Start With These Courses and Tutorials

Exciting New Tools for Designers, November 2019

You’re sure to find some tools and resources that will help you save time as we enter what is often one of the most hectic seasons of the year. Here’s what’s new for designers this month. Screen Size Map Screen Size Map is a tool to showcase popular screen sizes and will even auto-detect yours.… Continue reading Exciting New Tools for Designers, November 2019

Created by You, November 2019 Edition

What You’ll Be Creating Hello, and welcome back to our monthly community feature! Each month, we’ll take a look at a selection of content created and submitted by you—the Envato Tuts+ community! We love seeing the things you’ve created.  These creations are from the Design & Illustration section of Envato Tuts+, and you can join… Continue reading Created by You, November 2019 Edition

Show Course Schedules and Timetables With a WordPress Calendar Plugin

Websites often need to let users know about any upcoming events like movie shows, exhibitions and classes. Listing the schedule for upcoming events helps everyone save time and plan their activities. With a good event listing calendar, your users will be able to see upcoming events along with their timing, location, availability and pricing at… Continue reading Show Course Schedules and Timetables With a WordPress Calendar Plugin