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Small agencies are jacks of all trades, but masters of none. Usually, there is no specialization, because it’s just not worth it. Are these statements even true, and if they are, how do these generalists [...]
Pairing appropriate fonts is a great way to improve your design and introduce a little variety in it. You may want to pair 2 fonts when designing a wedding invitation card or setup fonts for a business card. It’s a challenge to figure out the right combination of fonts, though. So, first let's look at […] The post 15 Latest Font Pairing Trends to Make Your Design Stand Out appeared first on Line25.
Your agency isn’t worth what you think it is. In my work helping digital agency owners achieve freedom in their business in life at UGURUS, I often tell my backstory... The post You Want to Sell Your Agency, Take Stock of Your Assets appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
It is incredible just how much information we have today stored in PDF format. According to the PDF Association, approximately 2.5 trillion PDFs are created every year, making up 6 percent of the web. As a web developer, though, PDFs aren't always the most outstanding experience online: Viewing experiences vary significantly across different users and devices because they depend on a PDF viewer. Whether it is embedded in web browsers or free online libraries, some viewers are better than others. Adobe Acrobat Reader is generally the universal standard for viewing PDFs properly. Google Chrome is also very common. However, many things have worked in Acrobat that still don't work or render correctly in Chrome. It becomes difficult for me to be able to incorporate PDFs into the rest of my website. Most often, PDFs would prompt users to download PDFs on their devices. Converting PDFs to HTML is complicated and unreliable. If I want to present content inside a webpage that is in PDF format, I might often flatten it to PDF to make it easier to embed. I have no visibility into how my visitor is viewing those PDFs. This means that I have no idea if someone is reading certain pages, how long they spend on those pages, etc. Fortunately, Adobe PDF Embed is an excellent solution to solve all of these challenges.
In recent years, much has changed in the way web users interact with dashboard data and complete simple backend tasks. Layouts are more spacious and mobile-friendly, colors are simpler, typography... The post 15 Free Photoshop & Sketch Admin Dashboard UI Templates appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
If you're a fan of the vintage art style you'll love exploring the wealth of quality design resources in this new Vintage Treasure Trove bundle! This hand-picked vintage collection brings you a variety of high-quality vintage ephemera, including beautifully restored illustrations, detailed fonts, high-quality textures and so much more! It's a true treasure trove for […] The post $2296 Worth of Must-Have Tools for Creating Vintage Effects for $29 appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
When Twitter announced version 2 of the company's API, it revealed a development roadmap that seemed aggressive and much of the developer community was untrusting of promises made by a company that had let them down so frequently. Since then, Twitter has been working to make good on its promises to developers, most recently with the announcement of new API endpoints for Twitter Spaces.
When you need to showcase an app design, there's no better way to do it than with an iPhone mockup. Not only can you use an iPhone mockup to showcase... The post 25 Free iPhone Mockup Photoshop PSD Templates appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
In this episode, we're talking about VisBug. What is it, and how is it different from the array of options already found in Chrome DevTools? Drew McLellan talks to its creator Adam Argyle to find out.
Content is the core commodity of the digital economy. It is the gold we fashion into luxury experience, the diamond we encase in loyalty programs and upsells. Yet, as designers, we often plug it in after the fact. We prototype our interaction and visual design to exhaustion, but accept that the "real words" can just be dropped in later. There is a better way. More and more, the digital goods we create operate within a dynamic system of content, functionality, code and intent. Our products and services drift and spill into partner websites, social media feeds and myriad electronic aggregators, all seeking to shape visitor behavior and understanding. Systems build on systems, and, in short order, we've cobbled together a colossus the breadth of which sends minds a-boggling. The post Content-First Prototyping appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
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