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Websites have maximum opportunities on the homepages. So while designing a homepage, the first thing you work on is the hero image. Now, what is a hero image? The hero image is a specific type of website banner that is usually larger than any other image and placed on the website's topmost part. So right […] The post 12 Things You Should NOT Do While Designing Hero Images first appeared on Line25.
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(This is a sponsored article.) It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a website in pursuit of success must be in want of speed. And so, it goes serverless. At its core, serverless is a strategy for a website's architecture, based on deploying static files (the good old HTML, CSS and image files) on cloud-based hosting, and augmenting the website’s capabilities by accessing cloud-based, charge-per-use dynamic functionality. There is nothing mystical or mysterious about serverless: its end result is simply a website or application.
This week we’ve another fantastic free icon set. Designed by our friends over at Freepik, we have a free transport icon set for you! All 50 of the free transport... The post Freebie: Transport Icon Set (50 Icons, SVG & PNG) appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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: January 24, 2022 - January 30, 2022 first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) is the process of planning, creating, testing, and deploying software. It is a pre-defined framework adopted by software enterprises. Each product or project is build on a different software development model such as Waterfall, Spiral, V-model, Rad, Agile, etc., so the SDLC varies according to models. In this blog post, we shall check out the 8 stages of the software development life cycle. Ideation This is the stage where we brainstorm our ideas. The ideas may not be concrete or executable, yet we can note them down. The aim behind doing this is to refine the ideas in the upcoming stages to bring innovation into the picture. The process can be done in group discussions manually or with the help of software tools. Some of the AI-based tools for this process are Milanote, XMinds, etc. Irrespective of the methods, the stakeholders are always a part of the discussion. The client's needs are on priority in all the stages.
Do you know what a shoemaker is? Well… it’s a person who makes shoes. But it also has another meaning. In the culinary world, a shoemaker is a hack –... The post How to Deal With Overly Opinionated Design Clients appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Managing freelancers can be twice as hard when compared to managing employees in an office. If you think about it, these are people you haven't truly met yet, and you can't even see what they're doing all the time. What you know about them is only based on what is written on their resume. So...
Ever since online stores first emerged they've faced one big challenge compared to their real world rivals; yes, it's convenient to shop wherever, whenever you want, and delivery options permitting, buy from anyone anywhere in the world. But it's a minimal experience compared to the fuller sensory experience of shopping in the real world. Online […] The post 20 Best New Sites, June 2021 first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
The relatively new practice of digital product management is helping organizations better achieve their objectives by shifting to a product-focused business model, according to a new report from Dimensional Research, sponsored by Broadcom Software. Digital product management (DPM) encompasses traditional product management, but adds continuous improvement through experimentation and validation, as well as relying on … continue reading The post Report: Digital Product Management finds its footing appeared first on SD Times.
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