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Joan is applying for a small loan on all-online-loanzzz.com. She's becoming frustrated with the number of financial-disclosure forms she has to fill out. She's thinking about visiting her local bank to ask for a loan instead. While waiting for a page to load, the application presents a cartoon image of a person wearing a business suit sitting in a jail cell. The image caption says, "Hey, everyone hates disclosures. We know you do, too. We're doing our best to keep everyone out of jail. Please bear with us for a few more clicks. You won't regret it, and our loan officers will stay out of jail." Joan smirks at the image. She might not appreciate the number of forms she has to complete, but she understands the serious nature of applying for a loan.The post Connecting With Users: Incorporating Humor In Web Design appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
This week's Designer News (N.363) includes Accessibility Guidelines, Form Styles, Sass Library, What's new in HTML 5.1, Building Interactive Emails, Free Icon Sets and much more. The post Weekly News for Designers (N.363) appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Animation in apps has taken on a new and improved meaning. Unlike the flashy, confusing website animations of the old days, new animation is clean, smooth, and easy to navigate.... The post Simple Methods for Improving UX with Subtle Motion appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
I have been working on Fintech projects for a long time. While working with business people I have realized that they want to see financial items in a proper business format. One of the most common requirements is they want to input amounts filed in a business format (like comma-separated amounts field by only allowing two decimal points, etc). I have searched a lot on the internet and didn't there any complete article or guideline to validate and take input of the amount field properly, and finance clients always want to input/type the amount field in a way where the user can feel that he/she is inputting/typing an amount, not a number or anything else.
The leaves are shining in the most beautiful colors and pumpkins are taking over the front porches. Time to welcome the spookiest of all months: October! To get your desktop ready for fall and the upcoming Halloween season, artists and designers from across the globe once again challenged their creative skills and designed inspiring desktop wallpapers for you to indulge in. As usual, the wallpapers come in versions with and without a calendar for October 2018 and can be downloaded for free.
Earlier this year, support for CSS grid layout landed in most major desktop browsers. Naturally, the specification is one of the hot topics at meet-ups and conferences. After having some conversations about grid and progressive enhancement, I believe that there's a good amount of uncertainty about using it. I heard some quite interesting questions and statements, which I want to address in this post. "When can I start using CSS grid layout?" "Too bad that it'll take some more years before we can use grid in production." "Do I need Modernizr in order to make websites with CSS grid layout?" "If I wanted to use grid today, I'd have to build two to three versions of my website." The CSS grid layout module is one of the most exciting developments since responsive design. We should try to get the best out of it as soon as possible, if it makes sense for us and our projects.The post Enhancing CSS Layout: From Floats To Flexbox To Grid appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
When it comes to B2B lead generation, what impacts the most? Many B2B business houses tend to spend a lot of time, pouring water into leaky buckets. Rather than fixing the bucket i.e. the marketing funnel, they pour more water i.e. traffic into the bucket to keep it to the brim. This tendency leads to...
Forms are arguably the most important parts of any web application. Without forms, we would not have sites like Google, Facebook, Amazon, Reddit, etc. However, the more I browse the web, the more I see poor implementations of forms. In this series, we will examine the proper steps to creating forms for the web, how to think about the code we write, and considerations to make along the way. The series is broken up into the following parts:
Do you have a great quote or a one-liner that would look great on a t-shirt? Then download a unique font from our handpicked collection and make your own t-shirt design. Custom-made t-shirts are quite popular these days. In fact, many designers are now making a living by selling their own unique t-shirts online using […]
Advertise here with BSA Client feedback is a huge – and often extremely useful – part of life for any web designer, whether you’re a freelancer or an agency worker. At our agency, we... Advertise here with BSA The post The 7 Things Every Web Designer Dreads to Hear From Their Clients appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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