10 Best Cross-Browser Testing Tools for Testing Websites in 2022

* { box-sizing: border-box; } body {margin: 0;}*{box-sizing:border-box;}body{margin-top:0px;margin-right:0px;margin-bottom:0px;margin-left:0px;} If you’ve recently designed or redesigned your website, you’re probably planning for a big launch. But before you launch or relaunch your website, it’s important to test your website across various browsers.  Now, this may sound intimidating, given how many browsers there are on the market. The… Continue reading 10 Best Cross-Browser Testing Tools for Testing Websites in 2022

Thinking in experiments: Today’s winning mindset

[unable to retrieve full-text content] The old excuses for not engaging with customers more often simply don’t apply anymore. In fact they’ve been turned on their heads. Photo by Girl with red hat on Unsplash “For every good idea there are a thousand bad ideas it is indistinguishable from. The only real way to tell the difference… Continue reading Thinking in experiments: Today’s winning mindset

How To Fix Outlook Dark Mode Problems (Email Design)

Unpredictable text color changes in Outlook for Windows is one of the many mind-boggling issues you’ve no doubt encountered if you’ve ever built an HTML email for Dark Mode. Outlook brutally inverts colors in Dark Mode, in some cases even turning dark colors into white. Not only can this result in very unsightly parts of… Continue reading How To Fix Outlook Dark Mode Problems (Email Design)

DIY Hacks to Make Your House Automated

3 Shares Have you always been dreaming about an automated home? Until recently, automation was pretty expensive, and the majority of people simply couldn`t afford it. What about nowadays though? Now, you can either purchase any automated item you might need or you can even build one, with the needed actuators. We have collected for… Continue reading DIY Hacks to Make Your House Automated

Creating a Simple Responsive HTML Email

In this tutorial I will show you how to create a simple responsive HTML email which will work in every email client, including the more troublesome mobile and tablet apps. It uses minimal media queries and a “fluid hybrid” approach to ensure maximum compatibility. Popular HTML Email Templates on Envato Elements If you’re looking for… Continue reading Creating a Simple Responsive HTML Email

Flexbox Align: When to Use Auto Margins Instead of Flexbox Center

Flexbox alignment properties are superb and they solve lots of layout problems, especially where the common “vertical and horizontal center” layout is needed. However, there are times when aligning with auto margins is safer and more flexible. This tutorial will show you when! Get Started with Flexbox If you’re just stepping into the world of… Continue reading Flexbox Align: When to Use Auto Margins Instead of Flexbox Center

Popular Design News of the Week: December 28, 2020 – January 3, 2021

Every week users submit a lot of interesting stuff on our sister site Webdesigner News, highlighting great content from around the web that can be of interest to web designers. The best way to keep track of all the great stories and news being posted is simply to check out the Webdesigner News site, however,… Continue reading Popular Design News of the Week: December 28, 2020 – January 3, 2021

5+ Eye-Catching Vector Resources for Graphic Designers

1 Share In this article, we dive deep into the exciting world of vector resources for graphic designers. All of the recommendations are high-quality and affordable. They also come with a fancy dual license, so every download is available simultaneously for personal and commercial use. Meaning you can create a greetings card to gift to… Continue reading 5+ Eye-Catching Vector Resources for Graphic Designers

Web Design Puzzle – How to Put Together an Impressive Website Layout

A website is like a puzzle; it’s made of thousands of tiny pieces that fit together seamlessly to create a functional whole. Subjectively speaking, you can say that many websites are variations of the same theme. Why is that? And is it a bad thing? Many platforms like WordPress offer access to free templates and… Continue reading Web Design Puzzle – How to Put Together an Impressive Website Layout

30 Beautiful Modern Script Fonts (Typefaces for 2020)

Your designs aren’t complete without the perfect font! Find amazing script styles in this  collection for 2020. 30 Beautiful Modern Script Fonts There’s nothing more satisfying than pairing the right script font with a design. It’s a simple yet effective trick to take your work to the next level. And script typefaces are a perfect… Continue reading 30 Beautiful Modern Script Fonts (Typefaces for 2020)

Deque Systems announces axe-con, a new, digital accessibility conference: March 10-11, 2021

Free, Multi-track Online Event Focuses on Helping All Professionals Build, Test and Maintain Accessible Digital Experiences Deque is excited to announce a brand-new digital accessibility conference: axe-con!! Axe-con is an open and inclusive digital accessibility conference that welcomes developers, designers, business leaders, and accessibility professionals of all experience levels to a new kind of accessibility… Continue reading Deque Systems announces axe-con, a new, digital accessibility conference: March 10-11, 2021

How to Make a Rap Album Cover Art (Using an Album Cover Maker)

If you’re an aspiring rap artist, independent rap label, or an MC spitting lyrics, at some point you’re going to need a cool album cover design to promote your work.  The Placeit album cover maker app offers a wide selection of album covers that you can customise in a matter of minutes to create amazing… Continue reading How to Make a Rap Album Cover Art (Using an Album Cover Maker)

Test it before you make it

Yafonia Hutabarat Follow Apr 27 · 5 min read People sometimes question the importance of creating tests before making the software itself. Well, i did. But when I experience TDD itself, I’d never skip a test, since the requirements always change. TDD (Test Driven Development) is an evolutionary approach to development which combines test-first development… Continue reading Test it before you make it

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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

How to Create a Twitter Bot

A Twitter bot refers to an automated agent or an artificial intelligence tool that constantly structures and manages a subscribed twitter account. That is achieved based on the settings preferred by the social media account user. Bots are the main distributors of informative content on the Twitter platform, and most likely, you have interacted with… Continue reading How to Create a Twitter Bot

Create Branded WooCommerce Emails With an Email Customizer Plugin

If you have ever placed an order online, then you have probably received a transactional email. Transactional emails are emails that are sent to you and your customers after a transaction has occurred on your website.  These transactional emails are not to be confused with promotional emails that are sent to a list of recipients… Continue reading Create Branded WooCommerce Emails With an Email Customizer Plugin

Designing With Data: How to Improve UX Using Customer Data

Do you always follow your gut when making decisions for your website? Designing your website often starts with what you feel will make a website look good. However, you’ll most likely be changing your plans when the results of your efforts come in. But this is okay because tracking and measuring your site’s performance from… Continue reading Designing With Data: How to Improve UX Using Customer Data

What’s New for Designers, September 2019

While there aren’t as many new tools out there to play with right now, the ones available are a lot of fun. From tools to help speed up workflows and manage productivity, to creative gamification and funky typefaces, these new tools for designers will make you want to stick to your desk. Here’s what new… Continue reading What’s New for Designers, September 2019

How to Use Popups Without Damaging User Experience

Website owners/designers/developers are always looking for the best strategies to convert new leads into loyal customers, and popups are one of the most effective ways to catch your audience’s attention. Unfortunately, popups can be intrusive and often turn users away. As per a study by HubSpot, popups are one of the three most disliked forms… Continue reading How to Use Popups Without Damaging User Experience

30 Best Fonts for Making Monograms & Logo Designs in 2019

Create the best logos with monogram designs. Check out this list of premium logo fonts. 30 Best Fonts for Monograms & Logos Having trouble designing a logo? A popular concept style that is easy and memorable is the classic monogram logo. Simply put, a monogram is a symbol, usually made up of letters. Monograms have… Continue reading 30 Best Fonts for Making Monograms & Logo Designs in 2019

How to Compress Video For Online Streaming

Depending on where you’re uploading your video content, you’ll need to find the correct file settings to get the right result. Choosing a container format Source A video container format is a digital wrapper for your content. They determine the extension of your video file. Popular container formats include MP4 (.mp4), AVI (.avi), QuickTime (.mov)… Continue reading How to Compress Video For Online Streaming

How to Develop and Test a Site Using Mobile-First Design

You’ve spent hours honing in the branding. You’ve followed SEO best practices for every page.  You’ve even painstakingly mapped out user flows to find the optimal page architecture. In short, you’ve built a beautiful website that you’re sure your visitors will love. It looks gorgeous on your 17” retina display. But how’s it going to… Continue reading How to Develop and Test a Site Using Mobile-First Design

So You’re Selling a WordPress Theme: Best Practices for Demos

When you’re selling a theme, its demo is your sales pitch. If the demo falls short in some way, it’s doing a disservice to the theme and will lead to a loss of sales. If your theme includes hundreds of features, but buyers can’t see them in action, you may as well have no features… Continue reading So You’re Selling a WordPress Theme: Best Practices for Demos

7 Great (Yet Free) Web Tools For Bloggers, Web Designers & Developers

There are many tools out there, but getting by free and good ones is not that easy. That is why we are sharing 7 Great (Yet Free) Web Tools For Bloggers, Web Designers & Developers. So, without any further ado let’s take a look at these and feel free to share this post with others.… Continue reading 7 Great (Yet Free) Web Tools For Bloggers, Web Designers & Developers