This was a well-timed moved from Twitter, which has seen renewed competition lately from both newcomers (like Mastadon, Bluesky, Post.News), as well as Instagram Threads (which shot up to 100M signups in five days). Though Threads has its own problems (notably a lack of product-market fit from having been built as an “everything for everyone”… Continue reading Why is Twitter paying creators? The momentum towards revenue sharing
Take a few shortcuts with my comprehensive guide on evaluating designers Why is evaluating designers so difficult? Evaluating the performance of a product designer within a startup or agency environment is challenging. It involves a mixture of objective and subjective data that is synthesized in an attempt to gauge if someone is to be rewarded,… Continue reading Setting up performance reviews for Product Designers
Exploring solutions and challenges for the controversial debate about AI art Salvador DALL•E (Source: Year 2049) It’s been less than a year since DALLE•2 was released and blew our minds away with the variety of art it could generate from a simple yet descriptive prompt. Other tools like Midjourney and Stable Diffusion quickly followed. The initial stages… Continue reading What if AI tools paid artists?
Read this and get ready for it. For many years now, I’ve been fascinated by the timeline shown below and pondering what lies beyond the Age of the Customer. These days, I’ve got a pretty good idea about what’s next. The Age of the Customer timeline. Source: Forrester Research First, let’s unpack this timeline and understand how… Continue reading What comes after customer-centricity?
When it comes to a company’s online presence, a fully functional website is key. Beyond making it easy to order products or add an item to the cart, the website must also be simple to use for every person that logs on, regardless of their physical or mental limitations. This is called accessibility, and neglecting… Continue reading The Importance of Including Accessibility in Your Web Design
Products are at the heart of your online store, but depending on your business you’ll add products to your Shopify store in different ways. You might use the product form, bulk import from a CSV file, or import products from the dropshipping app. In this tutorial you’ll learn how to add Shopify products via the… Continue reading How to Add Products to Shopify
36 Shares Responsive multi-purpose Best WordPress Themes modern design single page or multi pages easy to use, lightweight and fast loading, WordPress themes for building website. WordPress Themes for Creative Portfolio, Corporate Businesses, Blogs and Personal websites. Highly customizable, simple, feature rich, SEO friendly, fast loading, functional and modern WordPress themes will make your web design look more impressive… Continue reading WordPress Themes: 25 Responsive Best WP Themes
[unable to retrieve full-text content] The first part of the ‘Design Debt 101’ series. The ‘what’ and ‘why’ of design debt Monday afternoon. Kick-off meeting. This new project looks very promising, you may have discovered a niche no one knew about. It turns out, you need notifications. “Great! We have a notification system. It shouldn’t be an… Continue reading The ‘what’ and ‘why’ of design debt
As a web designer, you’re constantly being bombarded with messages that tell you to acquire new skills, try new tools, and keep on hustling. But if you’re constantly changing things up, does it do the opposite of what you originally set out to do? In other words, if you always have to start over, is… Continue reading Is Change Positive for Web Designers?
Whether you’re looking to build an online business or generate aside income, creating your own Amazon affiliate website is a great option. Having a high-quality website can make all the difference to the income you’ll generate. From the layout, to the typography and colors, every little detail can make or break your new business. You… Continue reading 9 Best Amazon Affiliate & FBA WordPress Themes for 2020
Alternative approaches to Android application development—those that involve writing no code at all or writing only minimal amounts of code—are becoming increasingly feasible today. They are, of course, ideal for non-programmers, but experienced programmers too can use them to save time and effort. In this tutorial, I’m going to talk about two such approaches and… Continue reading How to Create an Android App Without Coding
We typically start the month with a roundup of new tools and resources for designers, but with the start of a new year (and new decade), we thought a roundup of things to help you get more organized would be appropriate. Some of these tools have been around for a while with features you might… Continue reading Exciting New Tools for Designers, January 2020
Web design and development makes the world go round. Without it…well, you already know and dread a world with no internet. But web design and development isn’t an easy sell these days. In fact, it’s far from it. As a web creator, the pain points can seem endless: Getting people to pay on time is… Continue reading 4 Web Design Sales Tools You Aren’t Using That Are Sabotaging Revenue
November 23, 2019 by Spyrestudios Blogger The world of ecommerce moves rapidly, and you need tools that let you keep up. Many online retailers have not only evolved from moving out of the offline world, but digitally native vertical businesses everywhere are increasingly turning to a subscription-based model to help get a constant, reliable strain… Continue reading Does Your Business Sell Products Online? You Need This Tool
Are you aware of the new marketing channel for elearning businesses? It’s the pop up banners which appear suddenly in the foreground of a visual interface interrupting the user with a promotional message. How keen are you to incorporate these into your business? We bet, not until you’re aware of the benefits extended by it.… Continue reading How Pop Up Banners Benefit Your eLearning Business?
Your area of expertise is in web design, but does that mean the only way you can make money is through the hours of work you spend building websites? Of course not. It’s not just your skills that are valuable. Your knowledge is, too. Monetize Your Knowledge; Create New Revenue Streams Think about how many… Continue reading How Website Designers Can Create New Revenue Streams by Monetizing Their Knowledge
When it comes to magazine and news websites, WordPress is top of the bill. Well-known news sites like The New York Times, TechCrunch, CNN, Reuters, Mozilla’s Blog, and many others use WordPress as their platform of choice, highlighting just how scalable WordPress blogs can be. Online News Consumption is Rising Precise digital circulation for online magazine and news is… Continue reading Best WordPress Magazine Themes for Blog and News Websites
If you own a website, you should have at least heard the term AMP before. If you haven’t, it’s likely you will hear more about it very soon. Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project has impacted the user experience of millions of mobile web users since its initial launch in 2015. Though primarily used to… Continue reading Is It Time to Embrace AMP?
A great way to improve website visitor engagement and get potential business is with quizzes. A quiz does not necessarily need to have academic questions. You can use them to help visitors figure out which product they should buy or books they should read, for example. Quizzes can also be created just for fun or… Continue reading Best WordPress Quiz Plugins of 2019
A membership plugin is the ideal tool for controlling access to some or all of the content on your WordPress site—it lets you place selected content in a restricted area that only members can access. But with so many great plugins in the market, how do you go about choosing one that’s right for you? … Continue reading Choose the Best WordPress Membership Plugin
There are some truly stunning websites out there. But just because something looks pretty, doesn’t mean it will be functional and drive your target customers to action. “Most client web design requests will begin with a request for stellar web design, not a fully-functional one,” says an article from the digital marketing agency Active Web… Continue reading 5 Things That Significantly Improve User Experience
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
Most web designers and developers spend much more time in cyberspace than in the real world. Being one of them you can’t but agree with the statement. Can we ask you how do you like to relax apart from reading articles on UI design? We bet you are fond of videogames, right? And if you are… Continue reading 20 WordPress Themes for Gaming Websites
It’s 2019, and today businesses are expected to have a strong presence online. In fact, companies have begun to take advantage of the possibilities that the online world has to offer and many businesses that only exist online have been founded. One of the driving forces is the fact that online businesses are much more… Continue reading The Best 8 Shopify Apps For Your E-Store