Product thinking: Focus on the solution, not the problem

Valuing solution excellence in product management Kevin Capel 15 hours ago·14 min read Image from Kee Lee on Dribble 😅 — This is a pretty risky title, especially as it’s likely landing in front of an overwhelmingly (and rightly) problem-focused community. I’m willing to take that risk if it means a fruitful conversation about how… Continue reading Product thinking: Focus on the solution, not the problem

How to Make a Babysitter Flyer Template (With Babysitting Flyer Ideas)

What You’ll Be Creating In the following tutorial, you will learn how to make a babysitter flyer template in Adobe Photoshop. We’ll start by creating a print-ready document. You’ll learn how to add images, vector shapes, or text, and how to easily align or stylize these elements. For the final touch, you’ll learn how to… Continue reading How to Make a Babysitter Flyer Template (With Babysitting Flyer Ideas)

Graphic Design Trends 2021 Designers Should Follow

15 Shares You cannot maintain relevance in the graphic design world if you remain static. Investing in the right graphic design tools is the first step. That is why you spare no expense on specific devices. You probably have the best laptop for graphic design with all the latest updates. Efficiency and performance are critical… Continue reading Graphic Design Trends 2021 Designers Should Follow

Common Pitfalls New Web Designers Should Avoid

7 Shares Web design is one of the most crucial parts of digital marketing. A poor website design causes a site to lose visitors, which is throwing money out the window. When designing a website, there are some mistakes you cannot afford to make. We all learn from our mistakes. But, taking some time to… Continue reading Common Pitfalls New Web Designers Should Avoid

How to Create a Vintage Type Postcard

What You’ll Be Creating In the following steps, you will learn how to design a vintage postcard in Adobe Illustrator. Harken back to an era when postcards were all the rage with this friendly type style. The tutorial will delve into clipping masks, using bitmap images, working with layers, effects, and blends.  What You’ll Learn… Continue reading How to Create a Vintage Type Postcard

10 Great Tips For Redesigning A Website in 2021

16 Shares Whether you call it the first impression of your brand or consider it to be an indispensable asset of your branding elements, your website is the most critical element of your digital strategy. Let’s look at what the data tells us: It takes all of 50 milliseconds for a visitor to form an… Continue reading 10 Great Tips For Redesigning A Website in 2021

The Potential of AR in Web Design

Over the years, experts have repeatedly discussed the possible impact of mixed realities on web design. Concepts like AR and VR are expected to have the potential to change the way that we interact with websites on a fundamental level. Now that we’re in the year 2021, however, discussions about AR aren’t just observational anymore.… Continue reading The Potential of AR in Web Design

Lessons from Spotify: using multiple touchpoints to build an identity

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Digital-first design is well and truly here and COVID-19 has accelerated the trend. Increasingly, people are aware that a digital brand is a brand built on quality experience and design. Today brands literally live and die in the consumer's hands, and often digital experience is baked into the DNA of… Continue reading Lessons from Spotify: using multiple touchpoints to build an identity

UX Design Tips To Improve Mobile App User Experience

9 Shares Your website represents the most powerful tool of your business to endorse your products and services. It serves as your salesman 24×7, and as such, could be your most powerful asset and a centerpiece of your marketing efforts. A website or an app of your business creates a great impression on a customer.… Continue reading UX Design Tips To Improve Mobile App User Experience

How to Prioritize Speed with a Mobile-First Design

By the end of the year, the number of global smartphone users is expected to reach 3.5 billion. That’s a significant 9.3% increase over the last 12 months. In a world where everyone is constantly connected to their mobile devices, it makes sense that web developers and designers would need to consider new rules for… Continue reading How to Prioritize Speed with a Mobile-First Design

Making Minimalism Functional in Web Design

Today, great design isn’t just about conveying the right amount of information in a certain number of pages.  There’s more to creating the perfect website than experimenting with visuals and sound. Designers need to think carefully about how each element of their site impacts the overall user experience.  After all, with billions of websites available… Continue reading Making Minimalism Functional in Web Design

What to Expect From WCAG 2.2

The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) have been the standard for digital accessibility the world around for two decades. This autumn, the W3C is preparing to publish version 2.2 of WCAG. WCAG 2.2 adds several new success criteria focused on extending requirements for users with low vision, cognitive impairments, and limited fine motor skills. The… Continue reading What to Expect From WCAG 2.2

Popular Design News of the Week: June 29, 2020 – July 5, 2020

Every week users submit a lot of interesting stuff on our sister site Webdesigner News, highlighting great content from around the web that can be of interest to web designers. The best way to keep track of all the great stories and news being posted is simply to check out the Webdesigner News site, however,… Continue reading Popular Design News of the Week: June 29, 2020 – July 5, 2020

6 Examples of Eye-Catching Landing Page Design

Landing pages are your number one conversion tool – they are there to catch the eye of prospective leads, and slowly but surely push them down your sales funnel. That’s why landing page design is a crucial step in your marketing, sales, and overarching business strategy. Sadly, many websites and brands forget this fact and… Continue reading 6 Examples of Eye-Catching Landing Page Design

6 Factors to Consider on Hiring an App Development Company for Startups

The key to the success of any business, startup, or project is having the right and professional app development team of developers and designers. This way, they can accomplish their objectives. You must be thinking – how can I hire an ideal mobile app development company for my startup? Don’t worry. To help you overcome… Continue reading 6 Factors to Consider on Hiring an App Development Company for Startups

Popular Design News of the Week: April 6, 2020 – April 12, 2020

Every week users submit a lot of interesting stuff on our sister site Webdesigner News, highlighting great content from around the web that can be of interest to web designers.  The best way to keep track of all the great stories and news being posted is simply to check out the Webdesigner News site, however,… Continue reading Popular Design News of the Week: April 6, 2020 – April 12, 2020

Coronavirus Alert! Precautionary Measures & Real-time Apps To Keep An Eye On Covid-19 Outbreak Situation

by AN Jay · March 23, 2020    Why asking Help from Allah is the ‘First Thing First’? As everything is in this universe has made by Allah, Almighty. He is the only One who has power over all. So, we should always ask help from the Almighty first to keep us away from these… Continue reading Coronavirus Alert! Precautionary Measures & Real-time Apps To Keep An Eye On Covid-19 Outbreak Situation

7 Deadly Graphic Designer Sins (And 4 Ways to Atone)

As a designer, you’ve probably wished you could know exactly what your clients were thinking at one point or another. Maybe it was when they were vaguely describing how they wanted their design to “pop”. Or maybe when they were trying to express exactly why the fifteenth revision still wasn’t quite right. Or maybe it… Continue reading 7 Deadly Graphic Designer Sins (And 4 Ways to Atone)

Tips to Enhance Your Blog With Design Thinking Approach

Design thinking is an innovative method of coming up with solutions to problems. Design thinking places the users at the heart to the problem-solving exercise with their experiences and opinions used to develop solutions to the problems they are facing. Once a solution to a problem has been found, it is tested on the users… Continue reading Tips to Enhance Your Blog With Design Thinking Approach

How to Create a Landing Page in WordPress Quickly

While a website is a great way for your business to get noticed, a WordPress landing page is an even better way to promote a specific offer. When you create a landing page in WordPress, you can easily focus all your marketing efforts on one offer, marketing campaign, product or service, drive signups to that… Continue reading How to Create a Landing Page in WordPress Quickly

How to Build an SEO Tool from Scratch

A quick Google search of the term “SEO tools” will give you a list of countless apps and software all claiming to help you get higher rankings. For SEO specialists and digital marketers, this can be both good and bad news. Good, because it’s a sign that the industry is constantly evolving. Bad, because finding… Continue reading How to Build an SEO Tool from Scratch

What is a Multipurpose WordPress Theme?

It can be overwhelming for webmasters who have decided to go ahead with WordPress but are wondering which WordPress theme will be the right fit for their website. There are countless free and paid options when it comes to WordPress themes and just about every modern theme looks pretty good. So how do you choose… Continue reading What is a Multipurpose WordPress Theme?

Which Should You Use and When?

Flexbox and CSS Grid are two CSS layout modules that have become mainstream in recent years. Both allow us to create complex layouts that were previously only possible by applying CSS hacks and/or JavaScript. Flexbox and CSS Grid share multiple similarities and many layouts can be solved with both. When to use which is another… Continue reading Which Should You Use and When?