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10 Everyday Sources of Web Design Inspiration

Before you become overwhelmed with frustration, take a moment to consider these ten sources of web design inspiration.

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March 28, 2018

UX Design

9 User Registration Forms That Fit a Variety of Needs

Think you can’t get creative with a user registration form? Think again. User registration forms come in a variety of flavors, all designed to introduce site visitors to a website, convert them to users, or send them further down a sales funnel. They are literally the front door of many web-based projects and are, therefore, vital to creating an experience the user will love.

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November 29, 2017

Creating a User Flow, UX Design

8 Emerging User Interface Designs to Watch for in 2018

Every year, new trends develop in user interface design that literally changes the face of the Internet for years to come. Some of these trends are just starting to emerge in 2017, while others grow more popular each year. With a shift towards creating user experiences, rather than just selling, 2016 introduced some great new ideas into UI design. Perhaps the biggest change happened after apps such as Pokémon Go blurred the line between reality and screens. With this now a possibility, how we interact with those screens is even more critical than it once was.

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June 21, 2017

UX Design, Website Architecture Strategy

How To Clean Your Website Of Unnecessary Clutter

You’ve probably heard the saying, ‘less is more’ but have you given any thought to how to apply that truism to your website? Sure, you want to create a well- designed site, but you also need to balance your design with something that will actually serve its purpose. Especially when talking about things such as landing and intro pages there is a thin line between busy and clean. In this blog post, I’ll discuss some ways to not only recognize clutter in your UI, but also stop it in its tracks.

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June 7, 2017

UX Planning, Website Architecture Strategy

Creating User-Friendly Navigation on a Pageless Website

If you’ve been on any websites the last couple of years, you may have noticed the popularity of pageless websites. It wouldn’t be a surprise, because these endlessly scrolling websites have been called the future of website design. Their pros and cons have been discussed from many points of view, including the technical considerations of page load time, their effect on SEO, and their low-maintenance. User experience, however, is an entirely different consideration.

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April 14, 2017

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