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Chris and Marie talk about customer support. If you’re a regular listener of this show, you’ll remember that we’ve had a lot of success with customer support over the last year, the point that our volume of direct support is rather low. That’ll happen when you fix every major problem that comes up. But it […] The post #324: How can we help you better? appeared first on CodePen Blog.
A big milestone for us! We’re now well over that number of registered users on CodePen. It’s a fun number to watch -- but we know it’s not a particularly useful or industry-standard metric. Monthly active users, for example, is much more meaningful. In this podcast, Marie and Chris reminisce a bit on the early […] The post #321: Six Million appeared first on CodePen Blog.
It's well known that, in the '80s, Microsoft and Apple made the graphical user interface (GUI), the dominant interface on desktop computers. What's less known is that the GUI, whose navigation is based on pages and links, is not the only possible interface. And we know that finding our way in a modern GUI, whether for a website or application, is not always easy. One problem is of design, meaning that an interface could simply be poorly designed. But a different problem may very well be the way our brains are wired; even well-designed interfaces can be difficult to navigate and use. The post Retrofitting Zooming UI To Legacy Websites: An Impossible Task? appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Setapp has released its first Mac Apps Report which provides developers with useful insights into consumer attitudes. When it comes to one-off purchases versus subscriptions, over double prefer to pay for a lifetime license (36%) compared to an ongoing fee (14%). However, 38 percent selected the "it depends" answer which indicates some flexibility for the... Read more » The post Mac Apps Report arms developers with useful consumer insights appeared first on Developer Tech News.
MDN Web Docs has been documenting the web platform for over twelve years and is now a cross-platform effort with contributions and an Advisory Board with members from Google, Microsoft and Samsung as well as those representing Firefox. Something that is fundamental to MDN is that it is a huge community effort, with the web community helping to create and maintain the documentation. In this article, I'm going to give you some pointers as to the places where you can help contribute to MDN and exactly how to do so.
Creating a logo for any brand requires time, focus, and lots of brainstorming for any designer. Since the brand’s identity, image, and core value are so important, everyone wants to make their logo eye-catching, impactful, and informative. Several tools and design elements are available to achieve the goals mentioned above for an experienced or new […] The post 10 Creative 3D Logo Designs for Inspiration first appeared on Line25.
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Whatever happened to the good old fashioned brand mascot? There aren’t many companies these days that have a cute cartoon representative! The only exception might be modern eSports logos, as showcased in one of my previous inspiration posts, but the visual style has evolved from the fun and friendly classic cartoon into strong and powerful, […] The post Showcase of Logo Designs with Retro Mascot Characters appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
There's no shortcut to success when it comes to Google search results. That is unless you count pay-per-click advertising. While pay-to-play will shoot your site to the top of the SERP immediately, it's not a sustainable strategy for maintaining your position there. So, you're going to have to get serious about SEO. This guide will […] The post 17 Things You Can Do To Improve Your SEO Ranking In 2021 first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
If you have ever used a PC, you might as well be aware of the animated Windows symbol that appears when the system boots. It took an evolution in design and animation to develop into what we see today, but back in Windows 1995 the image did not move at all. Some of you might be thinking, why even use these animated indicators? But consider this, would you rather prefer waiting and watching a blank screen to see your action completed? Or remain entertained with something of meaning until the screen appears again? Among the most cardinal features of user … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
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