Web Design Clients to Avoid
After you finally become a web designer and started to fight for success in the real world, you may find yourself in a rather difficult situation. Teachers must have warned…

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The difference between UI and UX: a practical example
Today there will be a guest post on the topic of UX and UI interfaces using the Icons8 service as an example. The author is a usability specialist Andrei Burmistrov,…

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Web Design Illustrations - Best Uses
If you carefully study any selection of website designs on a particular topic, one trend will be obvious to you - illustrations are now in fashion. They are so widespread…

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) – developing an effective FAQ section

As you, of course, know, Frequently asked questions (FAQ) are frequently asked questions that are collected and highlighted on a separate page. Thanks to her, the user will be able to find the answer to his question without resorting to the forum or support service (support). An ideal FAQ page helps to understand the site without any third-party support, unfortunately, in most cases this does not happen. The success of the FAQ depends on how competently designed this page is and what is placed on it. In this article, based on the publication of the Designing Effective FAQ Pages, I want to understand some aspects and the basics of the correct, working section in frequently asked questions.

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Before proceeding directly to an effective FAQ, let’s look at some of the errors that can be found on this Continue reading

Vintage and innovation cocktail: retro style in web design

Once on a blog, I already wrote about the retro style for the Internet, or rather just published a very interesting selection of retro website designs. Now let’s add a little “theory”, so to speak – retro design also has its origins, criteria and trends, created under the influence of entire eras and periods.

RETRO c Lat .: “back”, “facing the past”

According to American writer John Steinbeck, most people live ninety percent in the past, seven in the present, and only three percent remain for the future. Well, the calculations of the Nobel laureate in literature are too difficult to verify, however, it is not necessary to dispute the fact of the attractiveness of Continue reading

How to make favicon with your own hands?

Favicon A site without a favicon, like a ship without a flag. Favicon is an integral part of a site’s brand, its image and identification. By the way, look at the search results of some search engine (for example, Yandex). You will definitely find favicon next to the titles of the pages and documents found. Those. favicon, it is also a factor that increases the clickability of your site in search results. Therefore, without favicon anywhere!

How to make a favicon? The process can be conditionally divided into 2 stages:

Making a favicon or finding a finished one;
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Redesign: several indicators that his time has come
Redesign. This one word can make any web designer and developer shudder. The imminent danger in the form of constant revisions and refinements of the project, as well as shareholders…

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Where and how does a designer make money on the Internet
At present, it is not so easy to find a suitable and well-paid job, even for a knowledgeable, versed person. The crisis and all other nonsense oppresses, some unemployment in…

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Ways to navigate users on the site
Imagine that you are traveling by car, but due to traffic jams all the main roads are blocked, and you need to turn into an unfamiliar part of the city.…

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Google Chrome and automatic user authorization
The Google Chrome browser (based on Chromium) uses WebKit engine to render pages. The first version for Windows was released back on 12/11/2008, and now it is one of the…

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