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Content Planning, Content Planning Guide

13 Conferences You Don’t Want to Miss: Design, Content Strategy, & Digital Marketing

If you’re eager for a road trip in 2019 or in the future, why not visit a new place and learn new stuff about design, content strategy, or digital marketing in the process? There are hundreds of conferences sprinkled across the United States and around the world that focus on content and content strategy, design and development, accessibility, search engine optimization, and more. But how do you choose where to put your money and time?

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April 17, 2019

User Experience, UX Planning

Mood Boards: Don’t Skip This Step in the Web Design Process

Mood boards are to designers what outlines are to writers. They are a way to collect and organize the thoughts and ideas for a design project; from color palettes to typography. Mood boards help designers and stakeholders visualize where a project is going, before it even starts. You can make your mood board physical or digital, either way, using a mood board is ideal for communicating a project’s visual direction and is more effective than a verbal discussion.

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April 3, 2019

User Experience, UX Design

What to Consider When Designing Your Website Footer

There are countless articles out there about what your website footer needs. They'll say you need this, and don't forget that, and they'll tell you how it’s the perfect place to hide all those small lonely pages. Well we asked industry professionals a few questions about the crucial elements of a great footer to help you design this prime real estate on your website.

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March 20, 2019

User Experience, UX Planning

15 Tips for Creating Efficient Wireframes

As you approach a design project, you no doubt want to dive in and put your creativity to work. But before you identify a color palette, logo, and imagery, it’s best to start with a wireframe. Wireframes a crucial step in developing UI, or user interface. Wireframes are a simple, often black-and-white display of how page elements will look on a screen. It drives the UI that will lead the design.

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March 7, 2019

User Experience, UX Planning

How to Create a Slick UX Design Portfolio in 2019

If you’re just getting started in user experience (UX) planning, then there are a couple of things you need to get hired: a portfolio that wows, and a resume that makes you look your best. But how do you get this done when you don’t have a lot of experience? It's a vicious cycle. Potential clients and recruiters want you to have experience, but you can't get experience till somebody hires you.

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February 20, 2019

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