How to Conform to WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) in Email

* { box-sizing: border-box; } body {margin: 0;}*{box-sizing:border-box;}body{margin-top:0px;margin-right:0px;margin-bottom:0px;margin-left:0px;} WCAG (the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) make the web a more accessible place for everyone. They’re written for web content, not email content, but as the two have a lot in common, conforming to WCAG lays a good foundation for applying accessibility to email. So, how do… Continue reading How to Conform to WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) in Email

50+ Modern Websites Design with Amazing UI/UX

0 Shares Huge collection of fresh web design concepts and ideas for inspiration. In this website gallery we showcased newly created award winning websites with amazing UI/UX. We hope that this article was able to help you understand some new 2021 web design trends. Designing a more trendy websites with amazing UX can be easier now than… Continue reading 50+ Modern Websites Design with Amazing UI/UX

25 Controversial Vintage Ads That Wouldn’t Be Allowed Today

Nowadays, adverts are quite well thought out and brands are extremely careful when choosing what their ads contain. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a printed ad, a TV ad, an online ad, or even a radio ad, you can be sure that there have been many meetings in which every single aspect of the ad… Continue reading 25 Controversial Vintage Ads That Wouldn’t Be Allowed Today

Rethinking the design of the race and ethnicity question on surveys

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Image courtesy of NASA via Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/photos/Q1p7bh3SHj8 Note to readers: I wish I had more resources and funding to really do justice to a project like this. For the time being, however, this was just a design challenge born out of getting annoyed by race and ethnicity questions. This work… Continue reading Rethinking the design of the race and ethnicity question on surveys

Lessons from setting up an internal research participant panel at Atlassian

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Sign up page for the Atlassian Research Group My first UX Research role was at a small digital agency, where the discipline was still new. Sales teams would frequently sell clients research, without fully budgeting in participant recruitment. Shoestring budgets meant I often had to find my participants using creative, scrappy… Continue reading Lessons from setting up an internal research participant panel at Atlassian

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

20 Masculine E-commerce Websites​ for Father’s Day​

[UPDATED June 2020] Father’s day is the best time to show appreciation for our dads and what better way to do that than to shop? Web design has revolutionized catalog shopping through the decades all thanks to incredible layouts, witty color schemes, and bold sliders. Here are some of the best daddy-friendly sites whose web… Continue reading 20 Masculine E-commerce Websites​ for Father’s Day​

Ugly Cities Transformed into Works of Art

Cities are the main attraction for visitors worldwide. And while we adore the cities that we’ve grown up in, not all of them are pretty to look at. The architecture of historic buildings is beautiful, however, not all cities are blessed with a lengthy architectural history and our modern landscapes are starting to look somewhat… Continue reading Ugly Cities Transformed into Works of Art

Does Diversity in Photos Affect UX?

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?

How to Build an Amazon Affiliate Website With a WooCommerce Affiliate Plugin

Amazon is one of the biggest e-commerce platforms on the planet, selling a huge variety of products.  In addition to keeping the world supplied with everything from top-of-the-range MacBooks, to dishwasher tablets and mattresses, Amazon offers an Amazon Associates program that makes it possible for anyone to earn commission, simply by referring people to the… Continue reading How to Build an Amazon Affiliate Website With a WooCommerce Affiliate Plugin

Create a Custom Shipping Method for WooCommerce

What You’ll Be Creating WooCommerce is great. For a free e-commerce solution, it has an incredibly useful set of features. But sometimes you need something extra. One occasion when I often find WooCommerce doesn’t give me everything I need is when it comes to setting up custom shipping methods. Out of the box, WooCommerce lets… Continue reading Create a Custom Shipping Method for WooCommerce

The best UX and design conferences in 2018 – the definitive guide

If you like the list, don’t forget to ???? ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????? A great way of learning more about User Experience and getting in touch with professionals who share the same passion as you is to attend UX Conferences and UX Events happening every year around the globe. Since our 2017 list has received a lot of… Continue reading The best UX and design conferences in 2018 – the definitive guide

Serious products don’t have to be serious

In industries like financial services, we have learned to expect that all communication will be formal, stern and, quite frankly, boring. It’s all insider jargon and confusing acronyms — any sort of personality is a rare sight. But it doesn’t have to be that way… At TransferWise, we have recently launched instant transfers, allowing you to send… Continue reading Serious products don’t have to be serious

12 Ways to Design the Perfect Site Navigation

Header navigation menus can often be overlooked when it comes to inventive and creative web design. But as the primary way users explore and interact with your website, investing in engaging header navigation means site visitors spend more time on your site and end up seeing much more than just your landing page. There’s no… Continue reading 12 Ways to Design the Perfect Site Navigation

Zyma.com – Free 1 Year Web Hosting

Who is Zyma? Zyma.com is a fast growing web hosting company in the UK, with the mission of making a better hosting service that cares about its customers. We were immediately impressed by their website and their highly affordable plans. Why Use Zyma as hosting provider: They have a great long track record of being… Continue reading Zyma.com – Free 1 Year Web Hosting

Magento Website Designs To Inspire You

March 28, 2017 by Veronika Magento is known as one of the most popular content management systems for eCommerce websites. Being used by millions of websites on the Web, Magento also has some of the best examples of eCommerce UX and UI design done right. You can get inspired to build your next online shop… Continue reading Magento Website Designs To Inspire You