Accessibility week, low-tech UI, how to ask for a promotion, dark mode

Weekly curated resources for designers — thinkers and makers. “What do we even mean by web3? We have NFTs (non-fungible tokens), cryptocurrencies, the metaverse, blockchain and DAOs (decentralized autonomous organizations). It’s not just one thing we don’t understand. It’s a lot of things we don’t understand. What’s in? What’s out? And how do all of these pieces fit… Continue reading Accessibility week, low-tech UI, how to ask for a promotion, dark mode

5 Simple Responsive Blunders (And How To Avoid Them)

Nearly 49% of all the web traffic worldwide originates from mobile devices (excluding tablets). If you don’t design mobile-friendly websites, you’ll likely lose out on this massive chunk of your target audience. Additionally if you wish to improve your SEO, you can’t afford to ignore smartphones; Google gives priority to mobiles with mobile-first indexing. All… Continue reading 5 Simple Responsive Blunders (And How To Avoid Them)

Handy Tricks to Make Visitors Stay Longer on Your Website

The average amount of time a user spends on your site isn’t just a solid indication that you’ve piqued their interest and engaged them — it’s also one of the core metrics by which Google evaluates your site’s ranking in the search engine. Needless to say, making sure this metric is high while other factors,… Continue reading Handy Tricks to Make Visitors Stay Longer on Your Website

The ultimate guide to CMS, part 1

Gather ’round friends, and I’ll tell you a story that is pure fabrication on my part, and also probably how it happened: Once upon a time, around 1995 (as far as I can figure out from searching around the web), some poor guy who worked as the “webmaster” for some large company was putting nearly… Continue reading The ultimate guide to CMS, part 1