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We’ve learned that the first things that a potential client sees when viewing your company or business, is the logo. But what happens when the logo works, and they feel compelled to visit your website in order to learn more about you and your company? The first and foremost important is your web design, but […] The post 10 Home Page Designs That Pull Clients In appeared first on Line25.
Countless blog posts have taught you how to create a portfolio, and some of them are valuable. So why did I write another article featuring tips for creating a portfolio? First, most writers feature tips for all kind of portfolios in a single blog post. Portfolios for actors, painters, photographers, coders, and designers have many similarities, but they also have many differences. A separate approach for each kind of portfolio might be a better alternative. Second, the internet and technology evolve, so an up-to-date post featuring new ideas could bring you more clients. Finally, this article focuses on a particular … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
Whether you are a photographer or designer with a need to edit photos, Adobe Lightroom can be a great tool. Designed for photo editing, it allows batch work that can be cumbersome in programs such as Photoshop. One of the most popular elements of Lightroom are the number of presets available. These tools within the […]
GitHub is arguably the largest online versioning control and code repositories on the planet, hosting over 200 million codebases from 65 million developers on their own platform. In such an environment, collaboration is key, and the development platform, which has been “home base” for development teams since 2008, executes its role almost flawlessly. As technology […] The post GitHub Issues Adds New Features appeared first on Developer.com.
Embracing fluid typography might be easier than you think. It has wide browser support, is simple to implement and can be achieved without losing control over many important aspects of design. Unlike responsive typography, which changes only at set breakpoints, fluid typography resizes smoothly to match any device width. It is an intuitive option for a web in which we have a practically infinite number of screen sizes to support. Yet, for some reason, it is still used far less than responsive techniques.The post Truly Fluid Typography With vh And vw Units appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
While developing any mobile app or web application, the most important thing that can devilishly impact its success is the “User Interface“. It is the only way which allows a user to interact with the application. Typically, designing a user interface need a set of small UI elements such as buttons, icons, forms, navigation and many more. But what if you need to design a lot of UI elements in each application? This would be quite hectic. Right! Therefore, a smart solution is to have a small package containing the entire UI element that you may need to create a … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
Purchase Order for Shopware 6 extension allows the admin to create and manage purchase orders. By using this module, the admin can create buy orders, manage quotes, and track incoming shipments after adding multiple suppliers to a product. Features The admin can enable the option to generate the purchase order automatically whenever the customer places [...]
Nowadays, customer experience means more than just speed index of a website. Google announced Core Web Vitals metrics in early May 2020. According to Google, Core Web Vitals are a set of real-world, user-centered metrics that quantify key aspects of the user experience. The CLS and LCP play a major role in defining a better [...]
(This is a sponsored post.) You are designing a landing page. The goal of the page is to get people to notice, and hopefully click on a button on the screen to subscribe to a monthly newsletter. "Make sure the button captures people's attention" is the goal you've been given. So how, exactly, do you do that? Research on the visual cortex in the brain can give you some ideas. The visual cortex is the part of the brain that processes visual information.
The average life of a website is three years. And design elements - such as color and typography - often get updated more frequently than that. That's why it is so important to keep up with web design trends. Doing this allows you to make small tweaks to your design today so that it won't […]
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