System Fonts: All You Need to Know

In this tutorial, we’ll be taking a look at system fonts. We’ll be going over what exactly system fonts are and what they aren’t! We’ll be looking at them from a design perspective, discussing the pros and cons of system fonts. We will also be exploring system fonts in popular culture, and we’ll touch briefly… Continue reading System Fonts: All You Need to Know

Key and Surface Tracking Comes to Chrome

[– For those that didn’t spot it: this post was an April Fools joke, no one can track you by the way you type! –] This week Google announced further details of its plan to remove cookies from ad tracking. The strategy, which the ad giant expects to be fully implemented by 2022, has come… Continue reading Key and Surface Tracking Comes to Chrome

Figma for education: Design for learning experiences

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Why would a teacher be interested in Figma? Why would a designer be interested in classroom prep? Join our little Figgy educators group. Currently, I work in the EdTech product design industry (K-12) as an experience designer. I am a former 7th-grade science teacher and am planning to return to… Continue reading Figma for education: Design for learning experiences

Google’s FLoC Promises a Radically Different Web

Advertising knows you better than your friends, better than your family, perhaps even better than your partner. Look up pizza recipes, and advertising will show you promotions for pizza ovens. Download a marathon training plan, and advertising will show you the latest running shoes. Buy a car, and advertising will show you adverts for other… Continue reading Google’s FLoC Promises a Radically Different Web

Example of How to Add Google reCAPTCHA v3 to a PHP Form

In this article, I’m going show you how to add Google reCAPTCHA v3 to a form on your PHP website. The latest reCAPTCHA is different than the previous versions—it doesn’t require user interaction at all. In this post, we’ll see how it works, and we’ll build a real-world example for demonstration purposes. As a website… Continue reading Example of How to Add Google reCAPTCHA v3 to a PHP Form

11 Best PHP Blog Scripts and Blogging Platforms

Are you looking to start an independent blog or add a business blog to your website? Blogs are the most reliable means of growing a business and boosting revenue. They are the best way of letting visitors know what your business is about. In addition to help you generate leads, blogs build trust in existing… Continue reading 11 Best PHP Blog Scripts and Blogging Platforms

How to Work With Cookies in PHP

You might have heard about cookies, but what exactly are they and what can we actually do with them? In this tutorial, we will focus on the basics of cookies, and learn about their functionality in various web applications and site environments. We will also learn how to work with cookies in PHP. Cookies vs… Continue reading How to Work With Cookies in PHP

Top 9 Tips For Optimizing Images in 2021

The ‘need for speed’ is an essential item on every website’s bucket list these days. And why not? Enhanced speed is directly responsible for converting traffic into paying clients. Anyone in any industry wishes to boost their website’s loading speed, providing an improved user experience. Plus, don’t forget that escalated site speeds also escalates the… Continue reading Top 9 Tips For Optimizing Images in 2021

Why You Should Perform a Website Crawl And How to Do It

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

The role of the UX designer in an Agile product team

[unable to retrieve full-text content] 2020 was a hard year. It drove home something I’ve always known but had been taking for granted: good UX Design relies on an environment, process and team that support good UX Design. If the environment, process and team aren’t quite in place, I would argue that it’s the job… Continue reading The role of the UX designer in an Agile product team

What Are Web Fonts?

If you’re new to web fonts, you might be wondering: what are web fonts? Don’t worry. Here we’ll cover what web fonts are and how to install web fonts. We’ll also show you some of the best web fonts from Envato Elements. Web fonts are fonts especially created for websites. They’re usually on a web… Continue reading What Are Web Fonts?

How to Send Text Messages With PHP

Text messaging has become extremely widespread throughout the world—to the point where an increasing number of web applications have integrated SMS to notify users of events, sales or coupons directly through their mobile devices. If you’re looking to grow your business, a PHP text message script can be crucial. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how… Continue reading How to Send Text Messages With PHP

Popular Design News of the Week: January 4, 2021 – January 10, 2021

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: January 4, 2021 – January 10, 2021

The big flaw of social networks, and how to solve it

[unable to retrieve full-text content] A little more than two decades ago, the young web had a very big problem: Finding the “right” information and what you needed was very hard. In other words, back then, search engines sucked. And then came Google, with a single purpose, to show people what they need, when they need… Continue reading The big flaw of social networks, and how to solve it

The Latest Research for Web Designers, December 2020

2020 has been an interesting year, to say the least. And although I’m sure many of you can’t wait until the calendar flips ahead to 2021, it doesn’t look as though we’re going to be able to say goodbye to 2020 so easily. Many of the changes we’ve had to make this year are now… Continue reading The Latest Research for Web Designers, December 2020

6 Web Design Tools to Help You Work Smarter

The web designing industry is proliferating year over year, with new records and technologies being introduced daily. As a result, many platforms and tools are available that allow us to easily create websites and design elements much faster than ever before. Before a few years, web designing was a somewhat complicated process that required professionals… Continue reading 6 Web Design Tools to Help You Work Smarter

9 Ways To Boost Your Domain Authority

Domain Authority (DA) is a ranking metric that predicts how well a site will rank online. It goes by a scale of 1 to 100 — the closer you are to 100, the better your odds of ranking in search engine result pages (SERPs), thus giving you more clicks. To see how your site currently… Continue reading 9 Ways To Boost Your Domain Authority

UX and Millennials: 5 Design Tips That Attract Millennial Crowd

Millennials have buying power that is constantly growing. Understandably, businesses are interested in doing things to attract millennial customers. It’s estimated that by 2021, millennials will have a buying power of over $2 billion. Baby boomers and Generation X each have their own needs and wants. Marketers have adapted their tactics to address those needs. Now,… Continue reading UX and Millennials: 5 Design Tips That Attract Millennial Crowd

10 Free Yet Simple WordPress Themes

In the WordPress platform, theme plays a very important role to create a beautiful and user friendly websites. There are thousands of themes available in WordPress but it is difficult to find perfect theme for your niche as per your need and interest. So we have short listed 10 best free WordPress themes for you… Continue reading 10 Free Yet Simple WordPress Themes

You Won’t Win SEO With Hacks, Here Are 3 Winning SEO Strategies

The world of search engine optimization was born with all sorts of different hacks and shortcuts that many people use in an effort to grow their business. Knowing effective SEO tricks would be incredibly profitable, but unfortunately it’s not that easy This becomes evident as soon as you do a Google search about anything SEO-related,… Continue reading You Won’t Win SEO With Hacks, Here Are 3 Winning SEO Strategies

How to Convert EPS to AI

Whether you are working as a graphic designer or illustrator or receiving files as a client, you’ll most likely come across all sorts of different file formats. Encapsulated PostScript File (EPS) and Adobe Illustrator Artwork (AI) are two examples of the most common file types you’ll have to deal with. They are both native formats, which is… Continue reading How to Convert EPS to AI

Make Certification Easier – AWS, Azure, Google, and Cloud Security Books for $1

October 14, 2020 by Noemi Certifications may only be paper (or 1s and 0s), but they do increase your credibility with clients and employers. Plus, you actually learn something! If you’re looking to get certified on AWS, Azure, Google, and Cloud Security, this book bundle from Wiley has got your back. Get titles like Amazon… Continue reading Make Certification Easier – AWS, Azure, Google, and Cloud Security Books for $1

Popular Design News of the Week: October 5, 2020 – October 11, 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: October 5, 2020 – October 11, 2020