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The current iteration of voice-controlled digital assistants are still struggling to integrate as seamlessly as the big three voice players of Amazon, Google and Apple would hope. A 2017 report by Voicelabs states there's only a 3 percent chance a user will be active in the second week after downloading a voice application and 62 percent of Alexa's skills are still to get any kind of rating on its store (as of September 2017).
We have a fantastic free toolkit for you guys today. It’s a complete collection of wireframing tools, perfect for web and mobile mockups, planning out sitemaps and quickly creating UX... The post The Free Web and Mobile Wireframing & Layout Kit appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
From 45,000-year-old cave paintings to 21st-century space rocket diagrams, illustrations have long played a significant role in human communication. Pictures cross-language and literacy barriers, allowing people to understand and communicate complex moods and feelings that they cannot in words. When we were little, we could understand and appreciate E.H. Shepard's illustrations of Winnie the Pooh […] The post How Illustration Adds Emotion To UX first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
How to Add a Favicon To make an icon display, you need to add a file with a graphic image of the icon to a tab. To add an icon to your website, you need to follow the mandatory browser requirements and use a minimum set of favicons, which we will now consider in detail. Why a set and not a single icon? The fact is that browsers and screens are constantly evolving. More modern formats are usually supported by more modern browsers. For example, you might think that you can add a single SVG icon and the browser will render it correctly. However, not all browsers still support the SVG format for favicons. The following table illustrates the browsers that support the SVG format.
Image overlay isn't solely about having the right touch to create an amazing visual. You also need a great tool that simplifies the process. Cloudinary, a cloud-based image and video service for websites and mobile applications, is exactly the tool you need. How to Overlay Images First open a free Cloudinary account, if you don't already have one. Then upload images, either through the Cloudinary management console or using the API. Once an image is uploaded to your Cloudinary account it is stored on the cloud as well. To create an overlay, you simply need to define how you would like to modify your original image within the image delivery URL. According to the directives added to the URL a new derived image is processed on the fly and cached. The result will be delivered super-fast via content delivery network (CDN). Any subsequent request to the same URL will be delivered from the cache. Here we show how to put a company logo on a koala. With Cloudinary, this common task becomes an easy job. The koala original image URL is: https://res.cloudinary.com/cld-name/koala.jpg The image overlay URL is: https://res.cloudinary.com/cld-name/l_cloudinary_icon,w_200,c_scale/koala.jpg The URL structure is : <domain name>/<cloud name>/<image manipulation parameters>/<image public-id>.<image format> […]
Have you ever struggled with translation management across languages for a website project? It can be a complicated task to navigate. Phrase is designed to make it a lot easier, saving UX designers time and effort during website builds. Phrase is a translation management solution for software products. It’s built with designers in mind, and […]
As identity fraud mitigation has evolved on the internet, two-factor authentication (2FA) has become the gold standard for account creation and identity management. SIM swap fraud, a hardware hack that bypasses SMS 2FA, adds a new security wrinkle that must be solved. Tru.ID claims to solve this problem via a new API.
Who said typography has to be boring? Designers are having a lot of fun with interesting type options, including the super trendy method of layering transparent text elements with interesting backgrounds, animations, and images. There are plenty of ways to incorporate this website design trend into a project (or put your personal spin on it […]
Brushes are a staple of any design resources library, they are important tools required for drawing, illustrating, and creating interesting effects. These fantastic bundles provide you with endless brush options for shading, lettering and texturing at a discounted price of 97-98%. No matter whether you’re a Photoshop, Affinity, or Procreate user, there’s a collection for […] The post Photoshop, Affinity, or Procreate? Take Your Pick of These Three Discounted Brush Bundles! appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Nowadays, having a website is an essential step in promoting your business and attracting new customers, regardless of the niche. When we’re talking about restaurants, this aspect becomes even more important. A lot of people will check out the restaurant’s website before going to eat there, so that’s why having a stunning, fully functional website […] The post 25 Restaurant Website Templates for Cafes, Bistros and Restaurants appeared first on Line25.
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