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Success of a website depends a lot on user experience. These days a user can access a website from many devices of different sizes, and providing an equal user experience in each device can be a challenge. This is where CSS breakpoints are beneficial in responsive design, but CSS breakpoints have remained one of the...
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It is such a tricky balance to hit… Big data is ballooning. Yet, harmonizing complex data needs with a simple, clean, and useful user interface is a test for any UX designer today. Often, design (the tool for conveying a message) gets in the way of communication (the message or meaning hidden in the highland...
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One design element that’s certainly trending is the neon glow effect. By incorporating and playing with various lighting effects, you can create emphasize an element of your site or add some subtle mystery to the overall design. Whether you want to make a literal neon sign or just add a fun pop-culture vibe to your...
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Cinemagraphs have been one of my favorite design trends for a few years now. They’re a stunning mix between photo and video, resulting in an elegant piece of art for your site that adds just a hint of mystery. There’s also a key practical reason cinemagraphs are great: their small file size. It’s much easier to...
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One trend that I’ve started to increasingly see around the internet is a bit of a throwback: a glitch effect! It adds a great robotic, techno feel to the design and pairs well with other trends, like a duotone effect. And the best part? It’s not too difficult to create! Let’s first start with a...
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Even though technology continues to advance, there’s something special about design elements from the past. Maybe it’s the feeling of “the good old days,” maybe it’s simply the familiarity. Either way, retro design elements are a big hit right now, and there’s a large abundance of free resources out there just waiting to be downloaded!...
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Even though technology continues to advance, there’s something special about design elements from the past. Maybe it’s the feeling of “the good old days,” maybe it’s simply the familiarity. Either way, retro design elements are a big hit right now, and there’s a large abundance of free resources out there just waiting to be downloaded!...
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Double exposure imagery (also called multiple exposure, depending on who you ask) is a beautiful way to add a classy and unexpected aesthetic to your average, everyday photos. Although it’s commonly used with people, you can use this effect with any object. In this tutorial, we’ll walk you through how to make a nifty little...
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The one thing that can always spice up your brand is a shiny new typeface! Whether you need a fancy headline or just want to A/B test a new body copy style, our favorite fonts of 2018 can help with almost any project. The key to working with different font types is finding the “match...
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You’ve probably pulled out your phone, snapped a photo, and then wondered…“will this look good on Instagram?” I know I have – a lot. Especially since I work in digital marketing at Flywheel, which sells fully managed WordPress hosting solutions for creatives (a very visual target market), I find myself asking this question repeatedly. I love...
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