Research: 73% of Accessibility Professionals See Increase in Accessibility Awareness on Digital Channels Throughout the Pandemic

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Latest Deque report underscores the impact of COVID-19 on digital accessibility, noting an impact on volume of work, budget, users with disabilities and digital services… The post Research: 73% of Accessibility Professionals See Increase in Accessibility Awareness on Digital Channels Throughout the Pandemic appeared first on Deque.

Spanish SEO – The Power of Guest Posting

Did you know, over 93% of Spanish people are daily internet users? This figure is significantly higher than both France and Germany – and even the internet-savvy UK. This means you can expect to achieve highly impressive results by ranking high with Google. 50% of Google’s algorithm is based on backlinks to your site and… Continue reading Spanish SEO – The Power of Guest Posting

Is Web Design a Good Job in 2021

If you’re looking forward to pursuing a career in web design, the timing could not be any better. As per the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment of web design experts is estimated to increase by 8% from 2019-2029, faster than all other professions. Ever since the pandemic started, more and more companies have… Continue reading Is Web Design a Good Job in 2021

3 principles of inclusive design and why it matters

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Designing for all. Source: Billy Clark on Dribbble Inclusive Design is a design practice where products and services are designed in a way that they are accessible and can serve as many people as possible, regardless of their age, gender, or ability. Inclusive Design puts people at the centre stage of the design… Continue reading 3 principles of inclusive design and why it matters

UX challenge: Teaching a person who is blind to design

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Designing a system for the visually impaired to recognize color. It’s been a year since I published my very first article and it was about solving a problem in accessibility. This problem bothered me for a good half of my life. I finally think that I’ve opened a door to… Continue reading UX challenge: Teaching a person who is blind to design

How to Create and Run Successful Instagram Marketing Campaigns

Instagram is the perfect place to promote your brand, expand your customer base, and engage your target audience. Having a complete content marketing strategy for this social platform is crucial, but in some cases, you’ll want to achieve a specific goal, like connect with new customers, build brand reputation, or launch a new product. Enter… Continue reading How to Create and Run Successful Instagram Marketing Campaigns

5 Best Free Courses and Resources to Level Up As a Web Designer

I often see freelancers on social media asking what the secret is to working fewer hours, making more money, and helping new clients to find them. While those things tend to happen the longer you’ve been freelancing, it doesn’t happen without some effort. If you’re wondering how you can change things so that your business… Continue reading 5 Best Free Courses and Resources to Level Up As a Web Designer

Diversity Initiatives in Web Design

Web developers have been the bedrock of any company’s business strategy for some time, and the industry is continuing to thrive and grow at a rapid pace. This is why it’s surprising that it is so lacklustre when it comes to diversity. A recent study revealed 80% of those in the design industry are male,… Continue reading Diversity Initiatives in Web Design

Less is (Almost) Definitely More: An Introduction to Hick’s Law for Web Designers

Imagine the public excitement when, in 1951, William Edmund Hick (“Hickey” to his friends?!) and Ray (with an “a”) Hyman published research about people’s responses to a bunch of flashing lights. I’m sure no-one could imagine how important this work would be for the information age since, of course, at that time, a bank of… Continue reading Less is (Almost) Definitely More: An Introduction to Hick’s Law for Web Designers

Exploring Photo Manipulation: Analysis and Interviews

What You’ll Be Creating Photo manipulation and photo effects—they could cover anything from touching up a face to adding an entire universe right into your favorite photo. The manipulation of imagery is often associated with Adobe Photoshop, but photo manipulation itself predates Photoshop by many, many years. Perhaps we, as artists, designers, and people, have… Continue reading Exploring Photo Manipulation: Analysis and Interviews

UI/UX 101: Break Into Secret Room of Lazy User Psychology

Admit two facts. First, you’re lazy. Second, you’re a user of something. You’re using something every day, from a coffee maker on the kitchen counter to website and mobile app interfaces. Remember how sometimes you’re really stuck while using an interface of something. Randomly clicking on every button, nav element, and link to achieve action… Continue reading UI/UX 101: Break Into Secret Room of Lazy User Psychology

7 Ways How Technology Helps In Education

Technology in education has really been a good thing and everyone in schools-universities and colleges, even kindergartens-enjoy its impact. Even though a lot of people argue that technology has been negatively impacting education and learning, this is, however, not true in the modern classroom, as with it, learning has improved quite dramatically. Some of the… Continue reading 7 Ways How Technology Helps In Education

How Website Graphics Can Help You Reel Customers In

Customer service is invaluable. It is an integral factor that determines the success of a business as it enables your customer to keeps coming back to you. Customer satisfaction is only earned when you ensure that your customer is happy with your services and the overall customer experience. As technology progresses, businesses evolve with it.… Continue reading How Website Graphics Can Help You Reel Customers In

Bill Nye the UX Guy

Photo by chuttersnap It was a cold Thursday evening in February and I was less than stoked to be sitting in an 8th grade classroom at St. Catherine’s listening to Deacon Colin’s dry jokes and speech outlining the importance of this marriage preparation course. Trying to look engaged and interested in the conversation at hand,… Continue reading Bill Nye the UX Guy

5 Tips to Help You Convert Visitors to Buyers on eCommerce Sites

Before even looking at why converting visitors to buyers is such an issue, you might want to look at some fairly revealing statistics on the explosive growth of eCommerce in recent years. Are you in a quandary as to whether or not you can build a successful website yourself, or if you need to hire… Continue reading 5 Tips to Help You Convert Visitors to Buyers on eCommerce Sites

The Perfect Product Label

When trying to create the perfect product label, there are certain fundamental steps you must adhere to in order to reach the right design. Labels for products have to convey a lot of information while also appealing to customers and standing out from the competition so going through the right process to get the perfect… Continue reading The Perfect Product Label

4 Point Checklist on Choosing Most Serious Coding Agency

Posted · Category: Best Collections Choosing the right coders for your project can be painfully similar to looking for a needle in the haystack. There are thousands of people out there offering their services, but who are the best ones for you and your business? Who among them understands your vision, aligns with your goals,… Continue reading 4 Point Checklist on Choosing Most Serious Coding Agency

The Value of UX Research in Product Development

When we talk about user experience, we quite often end up discussing UX Design. Some may even refer to UX and UX Design as a same thing, which they are not. Today I would like to draw your attention to the “pre-story” of amazing and usable design — user experience research. Let’s try to answer… Continue reading The Value of UX Research in Product Development

10 best websites for UX research, case studies and tests

Often times when designers consider looking for the best websites for UX research, including case studies and tests, they contemplate not knowing where to begin to look. If you are really interested in further developing your UX skills, whether it’d be brushing up on your design or base concepts, you would need at hand all… Continue reading 10 best websites for UX research, case studies and tests