July 19, 2021 by Sangalang Kristine Leave a Comment The best tools to create digital art are all within our grasp. Devices with special software and features that could turn any sketch into art. Wacom tablets are the traditional go-to of digital artists and designers. However, these devices may come with a hefty price tag.… Continue reading 4 Wacom Tablet Alternatives for Designers on a Budget
[unable to retrieve full-text content] In a recent professional experience, I was unexpectedly sent to Spain for a user test of a system I did not design with the promise of a translator. Once there, no translator. Nice. But the possibility of capturing the video of the faces of the users and their interactions with… Continue reading Analysing micro-expressions from a (failed) user testing session
0 Shares Congrats on being ready to start your own website! It is such a big, beautiful step that has the potential of completely changing your life for the better! Yes, it requires a lot of sleepless nights, a lot of work and definitely dedication and perseverance, but it is going to be worth it.… Continue reading Pros and Cons of Free Web Hosting: Is it good enough?
Do you remember a time when there was only text on the internet? Or when the first images popped up in their glorious blocky low resolution? It seems like a lifetime ago. Streaming services, social media, shops… Images and videos are all around the web today. It’s no wonder we see more and more… Continue reading Pros and Cons of Photography and Videography in Visual Marketing
As web designers living in the era of high-speed internet, we have picked up the habit of adding external dependencies such as fonts from third-party servers, most frequently from content delivery networks (CDNs). However, this is not always the best decision. Sometimes, it’s still better to stick to your own infrastructure and host your assets… Continue reading How to Self-Host Google Fonts on Your Own Server
CSS-in-JS libraries provide us with a new approach for writing CSS. They aim to tackle the limitations of CSS, such as the lack of dynamic functionality, scoping, and portability. In spite of its advantages, CSS-in-JS is a controversial technology, as many developers ask if it’s worth further complicating front-end development. This article intends to give… Continue reading An Introduction to CSS-in-JS: Examples, Pros, and Cons
While a website is a great way for your business to get noticed, a WordPress landing page is an even better way to promote a specific offer. When you create a landing page in WordPress, you can easily focus all your marketing efforts on one offer, marketing campaign, product or service, drive signups to that… Continue reading How to Create a Landing Page in WordPress Quickly
WordPress is one of the most popular website platforms in the world, powering around 30 percent of the Web. It also has about 60 percent market share, beating out platforms like Joomla and Drupal by a long shot. People who use WordPress generally love it, which may be one reason it’s so popular. The other… Continue reading 10 WordPress Tips and Tricks to Steal from the Pros
January 30, 2018 by Christopher Jan Benitez As always, WordPress is still on the run to provide better services to millions of its users. With the goal to make adding content enjoyable and straightforward, WordPress created Gutenberg Editor. Though still in the beta and testing phase, Gutenberg Editor indeed is to watch out for in… Continue reading Will the WordPress Gutenberg Editor Make Content Creation Better?
Infographics are a great way of representing complex data in a manner which is easily understandable. Therefore, the advantage of infographics is that it translates complex data into a form which can be read and interpreted easily hence making the process of research an easy one. This is made possible by the fact that infographics… Continue reading Pros and Cons of Infographics
The competition is tough when it comes to building websites. Your website needs to be catchy, fully-functional, user-friendly, and creative, in order to keep people visiting your website. If you are not tech savvy, this is quite a challenge as building a website from scratch is quite complicated. You need to know the codes in… Continue reading Building a Website with Wix
Anytime a company launches a rebrand there’s the obligatory “how we did it” blog post. Uber did it, AirBnB did it and we did it. Usually these posts jump right from “good looking people putting post-it notes on a glass wall” to “unveil on an unsuspecting public” stage, and completely skip the really tricky part — going… Continue reading An engineering manager’s guide to rebranding
There’s not denying that flat design is the big thing in design these days. It’s everywhere. And not just flat design, but now with almost flat design as well. The arguments about the validity and application of the style are raging. The super-trendy design style elicits an opinion from almost everyone. So let’s take a step back… Continue reading Pros and Cons of Flat Design
Since the beginning of last year, the WordPress Theme Generator has been moving around, and you may have heard something about it; this is one of our best projects, and it seems that a lot of people is trying it out now and most of them are having excellent results and satisfaction with the tool.… Continue reading Why Ours is the best WordPress Theme Builder
Crowdsouring, though a new term and a very few people are aware of what this term means or signifies, the concept however has existed in our society since time immemorial and was often used for translation related purposes. So, first let us learn what is crowdsourcing and then we would proceed to learn about its… Continue reading Crowdsourcing Your Logo Design Work – Pros and Cons