How to Customize an HTML Template

So you’ve just purchased an HTML template and now you have to customize it before it goes online. But you’re not experienced with code so you’re not sure how to go about it. Well, rest easy, because in this tutorial we’re going to step you through how to edit a HTML template. We’re going to… Continue reading How to Customize an HTML Template

5 Tips for Building the Best Web Dev LinkedIn Profile

April 26, 2021 by Sangalang Kristine In the same way that websites need to be marketed, web developers and designers should also advertise themselves and their highly coveted skills. Building the best web dev LinkedIn profile is essential. Being a web developer and designer (and all other careers in between) is paramount in creating the… Continue reading 5 Tips for Building the Best Web Dev LinkedIn Profile

5 Easy Hacks for Designers to Boost Their Personal Brand

Stop procrastinating and get unstuck with these tips to enhance your branding and attract clients. You’re a busy freelance designer. You’re always hustling hard to make sure that your clients are taken care of — a bit too hard, in fact. You consistently deliver amazing design work for your clients, but you’ve been procrastinating on investing… Continue reading 5 Easy Hacks for Designers to Boost Their Personal Brand

9 Social Media Marketing Myths to Dispel and Leave Behind in 2021

0 Shares Currently, the worldwide social network penetration rate is nearly 54%. That’s a very reason why it’s out of the question that social media marketing becomes essential for a business of every size and kind. However, it’s effective only if it’s used in the right way. Yet several annoying myths can harm your business.… Continue reading 9 Social Media Marketing Myths to Dispel and Leave Behind in 2021

Best Practices for App Icon Design

October 3, 2020 by Clarence App icons have become a very important part of mobile applications. Years before, just a simple logo of the application program or its company would do. However, nowadays, app icons have been an important element of branding and marketing. If an app itself puts importance on its usability, an app… Continue reading Best Practices for App Icon Design

Unlock Your Team’s Potential With Teamstack

Teamstack is a password manager for your whole team. Running in the cloud it allows you to manage your tools and resources, and seamlessly scale your teams’ access, from a single, easy-to-use control panel. Teamstack is powerful, and secure with multi-factor authentication, single sign-in, SAML and form-based authentication. It works with desktop and mobile apps,… Continue reading Unlock Your Team’s Potential With Teamstack

20 PHP Login and Registration Forms to Download

By downloading a PHP login and registration script, you can add a registration form to your website that will be secure and look good. SimpleAuth is one of the many high-quality PHP login forms available on CodeCanyon. Login and registration forms are an integral part of any website. Whether you want to restrict access to… Continue reading 20 PHP Login and Registration Forms to Download

Popular Design News of the Week: January 20, 2020 – January 26, 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: January 20, 2020 – January 26, 2020

10 Best WordPress Plugins for Digital Marketing

Currently somewhere in the region of 34% of websites are built with WordPress, it’s the most utilized CMS (Content Management System) in the world. Part of that popularity stems from its underlying technologies—PHP and MySQL—which allows for dynamic content in posts, but also enables a rich ecosystem of plugins. One of the trickiest aspects of… Continue reading 10 Best WordPress Plugins for Digital Marketing

What’s the Best Way to Share Your Work Online?

Thankfully, you no longer have to rely on a resume to try to communicate how talented you are to others. Your skills as a freelancer should be shared with others through visual media. It makes a lot more sense than writing up a one page summary that says, “I graduated from so-and-so university in 2010… Continue reading What’s the Best Way to Share Your Work Online?

How Can Professional Headshots Build Trust in Business?

In business, one of the key elements to predict its success is through building trust and rapport among customers. Trust is something that has to be gained for a long time, as it can establish good relationships and breakthroughs, yet can have the worst effects when destroyed. Essentially, customers are more likely to trust a… Continue reading How Can Professional Headshots Build Trust in Business?

How to Move into UX

The web designs are constantly evolving to ensure the user is attracted to the website and gets the best user experience. This evolution gives has improved versions of HTML, CSS, and Bootstrap. As the designs are becoming simpler and user friendly, the User Experience is also given as much importance. Payscale indicates an average of… Continue reading How to Move into UX

How to Create an Exit Popup With the Layered Popup Plugin for WordPress

Exit popups are messages that are shown to visitors when they are about to leave a website. They are mostly used to encourage visitors to complete their purchase or make a visitor subscribe to an email list, or simply make them stick around longer by suggesting products or content they might be interested in. They… Continue reading How to Create an Exit Popup With the Layered Popup Plugin for WordPress

A Solopreneur Checklist for Promoting a New Website

If you’re reading this, chances are you launched a brand new website a couple of weeks or even months ago. During the initial setup phase, everything felt easy. You could register and host your domain on the same platform, build a professional-looking website without code — everything seemed like they’re going your way. You may… Continue reading A Solopreneur Checklist for Promoting a New Website

How to Go From Concept to Live App in 8 Steps

In the 1st quarter of 2018, there were more than 7 million available apps in the leading app stores. Some awesome others not worth the download. To ensure that your live app lands in the awesome category, and excites user, then there are some steps you have to follow. In this article I’ll will take… Continue reading How to Go From Concept to Live App in 8 Steps

How to Write an Advertising Content to Promote Your Blog

Nowadays, many people from different countries all over the world start their own businesses. Nevertheless, the questions of how to make a creative advertising efficient content for the business and write interesting advertising blogs to boost the business remain open for many people. Despite the fact, that there are many articles from the best authors… Continue reading How to Write an Advertising Content to Promote Your Blog

Social Media Business Trends to Watch in 2018

There’s no question that social media was a dominant business marketing tool in 2017. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and, to a lesser extent, Pinterest, became the most cost-effective way to engage customers, build brands and lengthen reach. Facebook’s recent algorithm changes are a sign of things to come, however. As social media platforms make changes,… Continue reading Social Media Business Trends to Watch in 2018

How to get work as a freelance digital designer

Getting started as a creative professional is never easy. Although the market for freelance and independent digital designers is booming at the moment, most newbies still find it hard to get their foot in the door. Here are some of the ways you can get started and find work in the industry: 1. Join an… Continue reading How to get work as a freelance digital designer

The Ignored Obvious of UX Design Interviews (and interviews in general)

#1 Do Your Research Being a UX Designer, I use research to understand the problem at hand, know my audience, and gather enough context information to make an informed decision for further steps. Research is an integral part of my design process and I apply the same to interviews. In most cases, especially UX Interviews, the… Continue reading The Ignored Obvious of UX Design Interviews (and interviews in general)

Museums, show your collection some love

Part I If you’ve ever visited a museum website, the above navigation structure probably looks familiar to you. Sections for “visit,” “exhibitions,” and “collection” are the core navigational components for the vast majority of museum websites. There’s an essential distinction that museums make between the permanent collection (those objects owned by the institution) and exhibitions… Continue reading Museums, show your collection some love