Answering trans people’s needs online can create a safer digital environment and lead to a more diverse workforce in Tech. Breaking news: design can help do it. This article is issued from “The great absentee: the trans community in our digital products” conference, held in French by Christopher De Paola and me at “Paris Web 2022”… Continue reading Building inclusive products for trans people
Whatsapp Communities — Much needed or a bad move? A few days back WhatsApp announced that it is launching Communities, one of its most anticipated features in recent times very soon. But is this really a good move by Meta? Here’s a brief post around it. That’s how Zuckerberg started his 452-word-long Facebook post announcing the launch of the… Continue reading Whatsapp Communities — Much needed or a bad move?
Welcome to this month’s round up of what has caught our eye on the web. As it’s November we’re going to help chase those winter blues away with some color. Color does so much of the heavy lifting in visual design. It can create a mood, reinforce a brand identity, establish a hierarchy, differentiate sections,… Continue reading 20 Best New Websites, November 2021
Ever since online stores first emerged they’ve faced one big challenge compared to their real world rivals; yes, it’s convenient to shop wherever, whenever you want, and delivery options permitting, buy from anyone anywhere in the world. But it’s a minimal experience compared to the fuller sensory experience of shopping in the real world. Online… Continue reading 20 Best New Sites, June 2021
[unable to retrieve full-text content] Standing out on Twitter can be hard for newcomers. You can get better results by only choosing a color for your entire content. I analyzed +200 Twitter profiles to find what color performs better. What color should you choose? #TwitterInColors According to my research, this is the portcetange of usage: Yellow: 25.92% ||||| Black: 22.22% ||||… Continue reading How to stand out on Twitter using color theory
This month we’re going big and bold. Oversized type, strong colors, in-your-face layouts, and little touches of playfulness exude confidence and make a statement. There are some quieter moments too, with thoughtful illustration and more gentle use of color. Animation still features strongly in the details, with circles proving popular in rollover effects. Enjoy. Fledge… Continue reading 20 Freshest Web Designs, September 2020
If you’ve been using the COVID-19 lockdown to become an esports star, you’ll want an esports T-shirt mockup to promote your team. You can find fabulous esports T-shirt mockups like this one at Placeit The fabulous selection of esports T-shirt mockups and jersey esport team mockups at Placeit give you the perfect opportunity to show… Continue reading 30+ Awesome Esports T-Shirt Mockups (Gaming Jerseys Ready to Download)
The 90s trends in graphic design were full of fashion statements, bold colors, and many music genres. Let’s take a look at some famous 90s art styles that made this decade so popular. Many of the 90s graphics were heavily influenced by pop culture and the underground music scene. Also, many 90s trends happened simultaneously,… Continue reading 90s Graphic Design Trends: From Aesthetic Fonts to Grunge Patterns and Rave Flyers
WooCommerce and WordPress are powerful combination for online commerce. Together they run 37% of eCommerce business online. Leveraging these two is the perfect combination for selling physical products, digital goods, and services online. But having the most awesome WooCommerce storefront and the best products are just a tiny part of what you need for online… Continue reading Best Affiliate WooCommerce Plugins Compared
If you’re developer using PHP to build a website for yourself or a client, chances are at some point you’ll need to add a form to the site. The most common forms on the average website are contact forms. They enable visitors to contact you quickly and easily. But other forms can come in handy… Continue reading Comparing the 5 Best PHP Form Builders
FreePhotos.cc has an abundance of free, high-quality Creative Commons photos for you to select from for your websites or blog posts. This free stock photo resource saves you the time and trouble of having to visit various sites and comb through their inventories to find something you can use. Feel free to mention the photographer… Continue reading Check Out These Free Stock Photos
Many businesses from small to big use WordPress for their blogs. WordPress is a customizable and in-depth blogging tool with lots of features that attract bloggers and businesses alike. But WordPress can be vulnerable to hacking, which means any business information you store in your account and your posts themselves are vulnerable. Protect your WordPress… Continue reading 6 Ways to Keep Your Blog From Getting Hacked
Okay, I’m going to start this off with one statement; Material Design is great. It has helped unify user interfaces across platforms, and it provides designers with awesome resources (the icons especially ????????). And while some of you may use aterial Design as your UI-North-Star (why are you doing that to yourself), I am not… Continue reading Overcoming Material Design.
217 Views January 18, 2016 Nis, Serbia Inspiration 1 min read Inspiring Sites of the Week is a weekly series where we feature the latest and hottest websites targeting the design world from around the globe. If it’s creative, unusual, has great functionality and is built using the cutting-edge technology we feature them here. Get inspired… Continue reading Inspiring Sites of the Week: Best Portfolio Websites
If you have a large amount of content on your site which you need to provide access to in your main navigation menu, this can become quite overwhelming to site visitors as they hover over your menu and a million drop downs appear, grouping your content can be quite a challenge. One way to overcome… Continue reading How To: Add a Responsive WordPress Mega Menu for Sites with Lots of Content