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All-things-typography, from a hard-edged monospaced variable font to fonts in the "Twilight Zone" ... and much, much more. The post Some Typography Links VII appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
Adobe Photoshop Actions are a great feature of the app, allowing you to create a process or workflow, record how it worked, and then easily repeat the process again for other photographs or design elements. Today we’ve collected some of the best Photoshop actions out there, for photographers and graphic designers alike. They cost just […]
Today’s article is about content strategies for online shops. In this post, we’ll tell you why it is wise to think long-term and goal-focused as an online shop, as well as which content strategies are recommendable to generate more traffic and achieve success. The Basics of Long-term Content Marketing The foundation of successful content marketing is usually created with a strategic placement of the shop on the market, a clear USP, and by communicating this USP through ads and other means of marketing communication. The brand itself should already be established on the market as well. Individual content marketing on this basis can boost authority and strengthen the brand. Furthermore, the target audience should be defined. Only those that know their customers, and target them appropriately, can achieve significant success with marketing measures. However, knowing your customers is not always an advantage, the opposite could also be the case. The potential clients can only build trust, and recognize the expertise behind the shop when they know who runs it. This can be done by informing your target audience with professional and trustworthy content, and by delivering expert knowledge on the branch on a regular basis. This way, you show that […]
With all of the changes and rapid advancements CSS has gone through over the last few years, we should not be surprised at the vast volume of open-source resources and... The post Our 50 Favorite CSS Frameworks, Libraries & Tools from 2018 appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
It's that time of year when Spoon Graphics gets a little older, with 2021 marking 14 years of tutorial creating, freebie sharing and article writing on what started as a blog that was attached to my portfolio website in 2007. Every April I take some time to reflect on the past 12 months and talk […] The post Spoon Graphics Turns 14 Years Old -- Still Steadily Ticking Along appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Microsoft today announced that users of Outlook, OneDrive, Family Safety, and more can now opt out of using passwords and choose alternative authentication methods, predicting that "the future is passwordless." This comes after the company announced that passwordless sign-in was generally available for commercial users, bringing the feature to enterprise organizations around the world. Some of the … continue reading The post Microsoft consumers can now completely remove passwords from their accounts appeared first on SD Times.
So far, our small series “Blogging for Beginners” has dealt with choosing the right domain and web host, and it also gave good advice on an essential equipment of plugins and a theme. On top of that, we have also compiled lots of useful tips, tricks, and resources for excellent content for you. Today, we’ll talk about something that even experienced bloggers like to forget – the sidebar. The sidebar is the element that most blogs from all over the world like to neglect. Most of the time, it’s either overloaded with tons of widgets or filled to the brim with advertisements. It seems like nobody puts thought into what makes a sidebar useful, and how it should be structured. That’s why I’ll give you a recommendation on what makes sense and what doesn’t. But first, let’s take a look at the things that can easily be done incorrectly. Common Sidebar Mistakes For many bloggers, the sidebar seems to be the panacea for an extreme variety of features. However, this is not a good strategy. So, let’s take a quick look at all the mistakes you can make when working on your sidebar: 1 – Too Many Widgets A sidebar […]
An iPhone mockup graphic is the perfect way to demonstrate your app, website, or user interface. We’ve collected dozens of the best iPhone mockup PSDs and vectors, in all shapes and sizes, for your next project. A well-designed mockup can make your app or website interface stand out from the crowd, and it’s the perfect […]
Just like the Retrowave music genre, the aesthetics of the 1980s have inspired the popular art style that incorporates visual elements from 80s arcades, action movies, fashion and pop culture. Wireframe computer graphics, reflective chrome text, electric blues and hot pinks are just some of the themes associated with this nostalgic style. Follow along with […] The post How To Create 80s Style Retrowave Art in Adobe Photoshop appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
I have made inspiration showcases for all kinds of design subjects, but one theme I least expected to provide such a variety of artistic styles was the sport of Boxing! This hard-hitting roundup features packaging designs with mustache-wielding vintage fighters, fan art for legendary boxing athletes, abstract character illustrations, and reimagined film posters for your […] The post 40 Punchy Designs and Illustrations with a Boxing Theme appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
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