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Introduction to Mobile Design Usability

With the exponential development of mobile devices in terms of numbers and in terms of functionality, the rapid growth of mobile sites is nothing but logical. Just a few years ago not many companies bothered to have a mobile site but now the trend has been reversed and it’s more of an exception than a rule not to have a mobile site.

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7 Common Usability Mistakes You Must Avoid

Usability mistakes can spoil even the best design, drive users away, and kill conversions. While it’s true you can’t make a site appeal to everybody and what’s usable for one user might be a total disaster for another, there are some basic usability guidelines to stick to and some common usability mistakes that are relatively easy to avoid. Here are seven of them – of course, there are many more than this but these seven are really big ones.

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5 Good Reasons to Redesign a Site

Your site has been up for ages and you almost hate it now because it has been the same year after year. While this is neither necessarily bad, nor a reason to redesign, very often a site that hasn’t seen a major redesign for many years really needs it.

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10 Must-Read Usability Blogs For Web Designers

For many designers usability is the last concern – if the HTML and CSS code is OK and the site displays properly in various browsers, everything is fine and there is no need to bother with how the user feels. Needless to say, this is a very wrong approach.

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Email Design Tips You Should Keep in Mind

Even though the internet has provided us with a zillion ways to promote and market our businesses and attract new customers and clients, email still remains strong as the de facto standard of both professional and personal communication.

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Importance of White Space in Web Design

White space has, over time, become one of the most basic and yet very crucial aspects of web design. While white space basically refers to the rather empty area on the design plane, it does not always have to be white as such. In fact, white space is so called because white tends to be one color that blends well with virtually any color scheme.

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Suggesting Related Content To Your Readers

When running a blog or magazine website, the importance of reader engagement becomes paramount. You just cannot expect your website to succeed if you overlook reader engagement. And how does one achieve reader engagement? There are many ways, but one such way is to suggest relevant content to your website’s visitors.

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Top Free CDN Services For Your Website

Unless you have spent the last few years shying away from the internet, there are good chances that you are well aware of the importance and benefits of using a good Content Delivery Network service.

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Increasing The Conversion Rate of Your Forms

No matter how big or small your website might be, the role of input forms cannot be underestimated. Forms can be used for a variety of purposes, generally to collect data from users and website visitors, such as contact forms, registration forms, and so on.

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5 Top Prototyping Tools For Your Next Design Project

When it comes to design, nothing actually beats the importance of feedback during the entire design process. Seeking feedback from team members as well as users and clients is an excellent method of ensuring that the overall design of the product is in sync with the expectations and requirements.

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