Get ahead of the curve and find out what’s new in InDesign from the highly-anticipated Adobe Max 2023 event. Adobe has released its latest features for InDesign’s 2024 version, which I’m excited to incorporate into my workflow. Adobe Max 2023 was full of surprises from formatting text with ease using InDesign’s auto style feature or… Continue reading Adobe InDesign 2024 Updates | From Adobe MAX 2023
Churn out every idea and then burn it down. We need to talk about ChatGPT. Actually, not just ChatGPT but all AI-powered content development tools. Whether it’s text-to-image AIs, or those capable of generating conversational text, computer code, poetry, and more in response to prompts. Artificial Intelligence has been chipping at creatives for a while, and this… Continue reading A radical opinion on ChatGPT
In one of our previous posts, we compared WordPress and Shopify to help you figure out which might be better choice for you to set up your own online store. We separately covered different factors like cost, extensibility, support and customization etc. to see how both these platforms stacked against each other. WordPress Shopify vs.… Continue reading WooCommerce vs Shopify: Which One is Right for You?
[unable to retrieve full-text content] “Games and entertainment have pointed us toward a new way of thinking about interacting with software: spatial interfaces.” — John Palmer, Spatial Interfaces Spatial Interfaces presents a vision for the future of UX, in which “lots of the software we already use can be augmented by spatial interfaces”. Palmer envisions “spatial environments,… Continue reading 3D worlds and the future of UX: A review of “spatial interfaces”
Alignment is probably the most confusing aspect of flexbox. The flexbox layout module has a handful of alignment properties that behave differently under different circumstances, and when using them you might not necessarily understand what is happening or why. However, if you know what to pay attention to, alignment is less complicated than it first… Continue reading A Comprehensive Guide to Flexbox Alignment
If you love the distinct look of polaroids and want to use them either on their own or combined with other elements to create terrific photo collage designs, then you’re going to love this article. Find Out How to Make a Photo Collage Online Today Today we’ll introduce you to the online photo collage maker from Placeit… Continue reading 38 Best Photo Collage & Polaroid Mockups (Using an Online Photo Collage Maker)
Landing pages are all over the place. To the average person, they are just another content page on the internet. To a site design, it’s all about the first impression, looks and conversions. For marketers, they are the gateway to generating leads and turning cold traffic into real revenue. With so much focus on creating… Continue reading Examples of Great Looking Landing Pages that Just Work
Burger King, the globally recognized food chain with 19,000 restaurants worldwide, has unveiled a redesigned set of brand assets. Since the late 1960s, the company has used a logotype sandwiched between two buns. In 1999 the design was updated to add a blue swoosh and some plastic highlights to the bun; Jones Knowles Ritchie’s new… Continue reading Poll: Is Burger King Rebrand a Taste of the Future?
What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial, we’re going to make a Minecraft Twitch overlay template. We’ll use screenshots from the game to create a custom stream overlay that you can use on Twitch or any other platform you prefer. You will need Minecraft, Adobe Photoshop, and streaming software of your choice. The result is a Minecraft… Continue reading How to Make a Minecraft Twitch Overlay
The world of search engine optimization was born with all sorts of different hacks and shortcuts that many people use in an effort to grow their business. Knowing effective SEO tricks would be incredibly profitable, but unfortunately it’s not that easy This becomes evident as soon as you do a Google search about anything SEO-related,… Continue reading You Won’t Win SEO With Hacks, Here Are 3 Winning SEO Strategies
PC games come in a number of enjoyable types. For starters, all turn-based and real-time strategy games test your tactical dexterity. A similar itch is scratched by puzzle games, but generally with twitchy, block-dropping, or object-shifting obstacles. In other words, the shooter is an incredibly popular type that measures your ability to continue firing before… Continue reading The Best FPS Games For 2020
Laravel is a web application framework that many developers say is a dream to work with. That’s because it aims to take the tedium out of routine web project tasks like authentication, routing, sessions, and caching, making the development process simple and straightforward without sacrificing application functionality. If you’re not familiar with the Laravel framework,… Continue reading 20 Useful Laravel Packages Available on CodeCanyon (and 5 Free)
[unable to retrieve full-text content] Style guides have a long history in the writing process. They’ve always affected more than what counts as good content. They affected our writing process and behaviors, our sense of community, even our egos. As AI pushes the style guide another step, how will it push us along too? Stacking style manuals… Continue reading The evolution of style guides to AI writing assistants
When it comes to increasing sales for your ecommerce store, there are 3 levers you can pull: You can increase your average order value; You can increase the amount of traffic to your site; You can increase your conversion rate. While all of the above are important, the cheapest, most effective way to grow your… Continue reading Case Study: 8 Design Tips That Increased My Ecommerce Conversions By 42%
It goes without saying that building web applications requires a lot of work. Not only do you have to design, debug, and deliver a fast server-side application, but the same amount of time and care must go into designing, debugging, and delivering a fast client-side application. This means that everyone involved throughout the development process… Continue reading Raygun RUM: Know Your Users’ Experience
There are a lot of negative emotions swirling around right now: fear; stress; frustration; anxiety; depression. And what’s worse is that it feels like there’s no escape from them. We don’t know how long the coronavirus crisis is going to last, so we can’t allow these negative emotions to overwhelm us day in and day… Continue reading How Freelancers Can Stay Positive During the Coronavirus Crisis
Inclusive web design is more than just building a website that’s accessible for impaired individuals. Inclusivity means creating an environment (physical or digital) that’s welcoming of all people regardless of their: Age; Race; Ethnicity; Gender; Sexual orientation; Socioeconomic status; Body shape; Physical or mental impairment; And so on… But let’s be honest: it’s not always… Continue reading Does Diversity in Photos Affect UX?
Today’s internet culture is driven by images and videos. Studies have proven that adding visual content to your website will attract and hold the attention of your audience longer than if you did not have any visual content. This makes it necessary for you to prioritize images and videos on your website. When it comes… Continue reading How to Create a Nature Photography Gallery With a WordPress Grid Plugin
Beautiful handmade lettering and typography quotes design by professional Instagram artists and designers for inspiration. Today I shared lots of hand lettering motivational quotes for typography lovers. Typography is always inspiration for those who know the importance of words. All lettering and typography posters have a motivational, inspirational quotes and thoughts that can give you strength and power to… Continue reading 45 Remarkable Hand-Lettering and Typography Designs for Inspiration
The other day I visited the Netflix Jobs website from my phone and had a look at its off-canvas menu. I really liked the staggering animations that fired every time you hit it. So I thought it might be a good exercise to take this menu as inspiration and show you how to build a similar responsive… Continue reading Build an Advanced Responsive Menu Inspired by Netflix
Do you want to deliver important, yet overly complex information to your audience in an easy-to-understand way? Or are you finding hacks to engage your readers in the boring statistics? Whichever is your case, infographics might be exactly what you need! Infographics are popular choices when it comes to presenting information in a visually engaging… Continue reading 10 Things To Remember When Designing An Infographic
What You’ll Be Creating Iconic, timeless, and visually appealing. In this tutorial, we show you how to make your own Time magazine cover template. Time magazine is well known and easily recognisable for its signature cover and its red border. First published in March 1923, this weekly magazine has the world’s largest circulation for a… Continue reading How to Make a Time Magazine Cover Template
Figma is a free-to-use design application, but it also offers added features for paying subscribers. Let’s take a look at the differences between Figma’s three pricing tiers. Note: this is part of our regularly updated learning guide The Designer’s Guide to Figma. Figma’s Three Pricing Tiers These are the tiers on offer: Free Professional ($12… Continue reading Which of Figma’s Pricing Tiers is Right for You?