Tips and Trick to Improve Your JavaScript’s SEO

JavaScript usage can have a surprising impact on SEO. But how? As you probably know, basic web crawlers are pretty dumb. They just read through the text files associated with your domain, following links and trawling through your code. But they can’t really “see” the website: only the code that comprises it. As a result,… Continue reading Tips and Trick to Improve Your JavaScript’s SEO

Encouraging healthy lifestyle choices with an engaging user experience

Please note: This was a concept project undertaken as part of the User Experience Design Immersive course at General Assembly and is in no way affiliated with Nuffield Health. Nuffield Health is one of the UK’s leading not-for-profit healthcare organisations. They operate a wide variety of facilities and healthcare services, from gym and fitness centres… Continue reading Encouraging healthy lifestyle choices with an engaging user experience

Five analytical components for a better user experience

User Behaviour Whatever someone does while on your website is called user behaviour. It includes the journey within your website’s pages, interaction with page elements, page scroll, form submissions, link/button clicks, and others. Analytics will help you understand the user behavior of your website better. How far are they scrolling down the page? Which forms… Continue reading Five analytical components for a better user experience

How to Build Own Mobile App For Conferences?

Nowadays it’s possible to find a mobile app for any purpose. Need to book a hotel? Just a few taps and you can choose from hundreds of them from all over the world. Decided to organize a party but forgot about snacks? Fifteen minutes and a delivery guy will appear on your doorstep with a… Continue reading How to Build Own Mobile App For Conferences?

Using the UX process to create a date planning app — and a happy couple.

UX case study for Concept project WeDate App Methods Concept mapping, Storyboard, User flow, Wireframes, Paper prototyping Tools Marvel User research- Asking the right questions. On my second day of my General Assembly UX Immersive course I was tasked with creating an app that solved a problem for the person sitting beside me. I began… Continue reading Using the UX process to create a date planning app — and a happy couple.

8 PHP Email Forms to Use for More Conversions

If your clients are looking for more conversions on their websites, you need a good PHP email form builder. These registration sign-up forms provide a lasting connection between your client and their website visitors and customers. Not everyone will register their email or other contact information on an email form. The conversion rating is about… Continue reading 8 PHP Email Forms to Use for More Conversions

Creating GraphQL Subscriptions in Express ― Scotch

Introduction This section focuses on creating realtime applications using GraphQL, and the best way to achieve that is through subscriptions. The code in this section is a continuation of Part 1 of this series, and I would advise going through it before moving forward. This is a critical and essential part to future implementation of… Continue reading Creating GraphQL Subscriptions in Express ― Scotch

Free Low Poly Art Maker (PSD)

Now, you don’t have to worry about how you can do it and what software you have to use. With Low Poly Art Maker just open the PSD file and start crating your own 3D low poly city, town, map… just like a game! have fun doing it and be creative with endless combinations and… Continue reading Free Low Poly Art Maker (PSD)

UI Movement – The Most Popular Design Animations

Posted · Category: Inspiration, License Free UI Movement started out as a newsletter that featured the best UI designs every day. The main real difference between UI Movement and other design inspiration sites, is that they focus exclusively on UI designs. Since the original, simple newsletter format, UI Movement has been updated to make for… Continue reading UI Movement – The Most Popular Design Animations

What does simplicity in UX design look like?

For over a decade, designers have debated what constitutes simplicity in user experience design. As Robert Hoekman Jr. points out in his article When It Comes to UX Design, Simplicity is Overrated, the variation in semantics is confusing. Simplicity could refer to a clean design (then there’s the disparity of what “clean” actually looks like), the… Continue reading What does simplicity in UX design look like?

An Interactive 3D Mall Map Concept

Advertise here via BSA Today Codrops has shared an Interactive 3D Mall Map experiment with us. The idea is to show a mall map with all its floors in perspective. Additionally, we have a search in a sidebar that allows to filter mall spaces. Once a floor is selected, we show some pins as indicators… Continue reading An Interactive 3D Mall Map Concept

Animated Animals in CSS and SVG

Learn some interesting animation techniques involving Sass and SVG filters for realistic motion effects on the example of animated animals. View demo Download source Today we want to show you how the clever use of HTML, CSS sequenced animations, and SVG filters can bring to life one of the most unlikely (yet adorable) things to… Continue reading Animated Animals in CSS and SVG

Making an Original Corporate Theme in WordPress: Designing Other Page Types

Let’s recap: My claim is that the reason of the magnitude of WordPress’s market share is because it’s so darn easy to create corporate websites with WordPress, and this is also the exact reason why the top-selling WordPress themes are corporate (or multi-purpose) themes.  Theme makers might have clogged the market a bit by putting… Continue reading Making an Original Corporate Theme in WordPress: Designing Other Page Types

More About MEAN Stack You Want to Know!

A latest technology to the old-fashioned LAMP/WAMP stack for building professional websites and real-time applications is MEAN (MongoDB, Express, AngularJS, Node.js) stack, which is an open-source software. MEAN is nothing but a rearrangement of code and technology upgrades switching the base platform from Linux OS to a JavaScript run-time which brings Node.js. Node.js allows to… Continue reading More About MEAN Stack You Want to Know!

8 wordpress theme for government and politicians

Here are 8 wordpress themes for government and politicians. I used to really hate visiting government websites because they are slow and ugly to look at. Fortunately, times have changed and I am seeing more and more government adopting the latest in web design and aesthetics.  A case in point is using wordpress as the… Continue reading 8 wordpress theme for government and politicians

14 print inspired websites

For years, I’ve continuously read how print is a dying industry and how print designers are in danger. It’s hard to argue, when many big name newspapers and magazines of the past see more readership online than in print. It’s even harder when many of these magazines and newspapers cease printing altogether to go full-blown… Continue reading 14 print inspired websites

Beautiful Map Illustration Design Inspiration

Designing a map does not seem like something very original, but why should maps have to be boring? Whether it’s a town map, a real or imaginary country map, whether it is functional, or simply decorative, there is plenty of room for fun and creativity in this field. Fortunately some great designers out there have… Continue reading Beautiful Map Illustration Design Inspiration

Streamline your Process with Volo

Front-end developers face a variety of challenges when creating sites that have repetitive solutions. All sites use a similar DOM skeleton, as well as many common features and attributes. Volo aims to remove some of the effort out of the process, allowing developers to focus on the new aspects of a project, as apposed to… Continue reading Streamline your Process with Volo

Adobe Improves 3D Functionality in Photoshop CS6.1

Adobe made some rather significant changes to its 3D features in Photoshop CS6. In CS6.1, they have made a handful of tweaks that you should be aware of. These new features include a way to generate bump map textures from flat artwork, using the Normals menu; smoother previewing of soft shadows; full-image ray tracing, replacing… Continue reading Adobe Improves 3D Functionality in Photoshop CS6.1