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In your search for a WordPress theme that will best suit your needs, your first impression might be that most of them look alike. You're left with the feeling that you can't make a bad choice, or, conversely, that you can't make a really good one. If you really want to find a theme that […] The post 4 Things You Need to Check in a WordPress Theme Before Buying appeared first on Line25.
Every day design fans submit incredible industry stories to our sister-site, Webdesigner News. Our colleagues sift through it, selecting the very best stories from the design, UX, tech, and development worlds and posting them live on the site. The best way to keep up with the most important stories for web professionals is to subscribe […] The post Popular Design News of the Week: May 24 2021 - May 30, 2021 first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
Many bloggers and website owners know the problem. You flounder, write excellent content, but the traffic you hoped for is not there. The users ignore your site, although there is enough potential. Today, I will present you 18 creative ways to solve this problem, and help you get more visitors onto your website. Traffic is the currency in which websites are measured. Traffic gets you to – what I assume is – your goal: making money from your site or blog. You should be aware of one thing: these days, only writing or putting your online shop on the internet is not enough anymore. There won’t be masses of people coming to your blog because you want them to. They should be asked, or even “persuaded” to do so. The 50/50 rule gives you a decent idea of this. 50 percent of your time is spent writing; the other half is put into the marketing of your website. Marketing means a lot of different things. The following 18 creative ways for more traffic can be described as such. The Basic Requirements for More Traffic Without these basic requirements, you won’t get anywhere, even if your marketing is creative. Make sure […]
Many websites, in particular those which display long-form content, have a fairly straightforward repeating pattern of components: a full-width area for images, a central content area, and perhaps a split view of two half-width blocks. These components repeat to display an article, images and other related content — with content editors selecting the right component as they create articles for publication. In this article, I'm going to demonstrate an approach to this kind of editorial design, which builds on a few techniques some of which are discussed in the following articles:
You probably understand that everything you do online - and in-person - contributes to your personal brand. But did you know that having a personal marketing plan to establish, maintain, and promote that brand can be equally important? Particularly for freelancers and anyone working in the gig economy, both full-time or part-part, having a distinct […]
In programming terminology, a string simply means a sequence or an array of characters. A single character is an alphanumeric value. Back in the days when C was invented, a character in a computer was represented by a 7-bit ASCII code. A string, therefore, is a collection of many 7-bit ASCII characters. However, as the […] The post Working with Strings in Go appeared first on Developer.com.
Typography plays a major role in business card design. It's not easy to find a font that matches your client's brand and business. With this collection of the best fonts for business cards, we’re suggesting dozens of fonts and typefaces that are a great fit for your next business card design. A business card is […]
The design of your business cards is vital if you’re looking to make a good first impression. In this post, we’ve collected over 70 of the best free and premium business card mockups that you can use for your next client meeting or design project. We’re not only covering corporate professional designs, but also profession-specific […]
We share ideas that will hopefully inspire you to give a little bit of your time and skills to make the web design community a better place. The post 5 Ways You Can Contribute to the Web Design Community appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
The Droste Effect is used to classify images or photos that are recurring within themselves. On paper, this goes on forever but in reality, it only goes as far as the resolution allows. The term stems from the Dutch Cacao brand with the same name. In 1904, the Droste used an image of a nun...
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