Articles tagged as “Web Design” (22)

  • Top ten prototyping tools

    What Are the Best Prototyping Tools? (2021 Top 10 Compared)

    User-friendly and intuitive websites and apps don’t just appear out of thin air. It’s prototyping and the solutions that come from rapid iteration and testing that guide you to a…Continue reading

    Jul 19, 202113 min read
  • Buttons for Web Design

    Designing Buttons for the Web – Guide & Examples for 2020

    Buttons on the web are an integral part of user experience. Their goal is to inspire conversion and action from the person on the other side of the screen. But when they’re not implemented well – either in design or copy – they may not be getting any attention at all. As a user experience (UX) professional, it’s important to know how to best design buttons for the web in 2020.Continue reading

    Jan 06, 202010 min read
  • 6 Mobile Design Trends

    6 Mobile Design Trends That Are Taking Over 2020

    It’s 2018, and this year it’s all about mobile. This should be no surprise either, as website traffic over mobile phones has increased substantially since 2016. This means every web designer should be paying attention to mobile website design trends because their users are likely using a mobile device. An optimized mobile design is not only good for the user, but it’s also good for the business.Continue reading

    Jan 02, 20208 min read
  • Digital Customer Experience

    What Does Digital Customer Experience (CX) Really Mean?

    Like it or not, most of us are online customers now. So it’s more important than ever for businesses to deliver a stellar digital customer experience (CX). But what exactly does that mean? One key issue is how your customers perceive their interaction with your business. Every single message, link click, phone call and other connection counts. Digital customer experience isn’t just about customer service; it’s everything.Continue reading

    Oct 02, 201912 min read
  • Sketch Blog

    Best Sketch Wireframe Kits to Get Your Project Started

    You’ve pushed through discovery: user research, stakeholder input, content audits, and more. Now it’s time to put the information architecture together in a responsive design that meets the needs of a hungry audience. Wireframes are not a new concept in this world. Wireframes set the stage for any final product or invention. Blueprints for homes and buildings serve as wireframes; in prototyping for products, they’re often displayed in three-dimensional formats, like with computer-assisted design (CAD) drawings. Continue reading

    Aug 28, 20195 min read
  • Footer Blog

    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. Continue reading

    Mar 20, 20197 min read
  • Favicon Blog

    5 Creative Uses for Your Website Favicon

    Do we even remember a time before favicons? Those little emoji-sized logos we see in our browser tabs and windows are often overlooked, but essential to a brand’s full experience online. However, favicons are more than just an essential brand element: They’re also vital for users who like to bookmark. These little icons help identify bookmarks quickly and easily. If your brand grows, your favicon can even become more recognizable than your logo.Continue reading

    Feb 06, 20197 min read
  • RFP Blog

    10 Checklist Tips for an Optimal Web Design Proposal Template

    Congratulations! Your web design experience has brought clients to your door, asking for your services. And no doubt, they’re requesting specific functionality, design preferences, brand direction, and more in their request for your expertise. Often, these requests come in the form of an RFP, or a request for proposal. RFPs sometimes proceed RFIs, or request for information, which is the process of learning about your design process, communication with clients, troubleshooting, and more.Continue reading

    Jan 25, 201911 min read
  • Design Terms

    Understanding Digital Design Terms: IA, UI, and UX

    If you’ve spent any time in the world of web, you’ve probably been inundated with acronyms like UX, UI, IA, and beyond. You’ve likely read about them, and surely have seen job opportunities for them. But what exactly do they mean?Continue reading

    Jan 04, 20197 min read
  • call-to-action Blog

    Why a Call-to-Action Will Always Matter

    The internet has been around for a while, and during that time there have been many changes in website design. We’ve gone from dancing gif files to flat design 2.0. We’ve lengthened content, minimized word counts, and added videos. One thing that is certain is that the user experience of the world wide web is continually evolving; another is that the call-to-action is a fundamental element of website design.Continue reading

    Jun 08, 20188 min read