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The Importance of Good UI Design in Software Development

When computers first emerged, only software engineers were able to use them. To increase adoption, software developers needed to find a way to make the whole experience highly user-friendly by incorporating graphics and straightforward layouts to reduce the cognitive load. Once the idea of developing graphical user interphases came up, operating systems (OS) like Microsoft Windows and software suites like Microsoft Office were born. This resulted in applications that boasted unique icons for migration, drop-down menus, and aesthetically pleasing layouts…

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7 times you should turn a design job down

You know it’s a mistake to accept every job that you’re offered – but when should you say no? When you start out as a freelancer, the temptation is to say yes to every job that’s offered to you. But not every job is a good career move – and some could even end up costing you more than it’s worth in terms of work-life balance, stress, or even actual money. Here, seven designers explain where they draw the line. 01.…

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The Real Problem With Pre-Made Themes

Designers, developers, site owners… lend me your eyeballs for a bit. There’s something rotten in the state of pre-made website themes. Alright, I’ve offended The Bard quite enough. But you get my point, right? Themes have gotten a bad rap for a variety of reasons: they can have bloated code, content must be designed to fit in them rather than designing them to fit the content, et cetera. But they’ve also gotten really good. Many are made to be modular,…

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In Tandem with Development, Web Design Plays a Vital Role in Your Site Success

Unless & until your website design makes major advances, it is a wolf in sheep’s clothing. If properly created, it can catch the eye of your potential customers even before they come across the product pitch. And if not, nothing can stop your site from being a major turn-off. First impression matters the most. No, I am not talking about the elevator pitch or any other short conversation. I am concerned about your website which can be judged by your…

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Limitless Boundaries Of The Human Body In Photographs By Cody Choi, Professional Dancer And Photographer » Design You Trust

By Cody Choi, former Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake dancer & Ada Ooi formed in 2008, explores the human body and mind through different art media. Fearless in all kinds of creative expedition, the company collaborates with arts professionals around the world to experience the limitless boundaries of the human body. More: Cody Choi, Instagram Source link

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Web Design – A Guide to Breaking Out in Website Designing

Website designing is a large market to break out in. With the digital age well upon us, it seems like ever person left right and centre is trying to get a break when it comes to technology. There is always someone trying to outdo another, which makes the competition a very large and very difficult thing to overcome. Luckily, you have these tips to follow, ensuring you’re on-par with the competition and in some cases, get you noticed by the…

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Designing For Micro-Moments — Smashing Magazine

About The Author Suzanne Scacca is a former WordPress implementer, trainer and agency manager who now works as a freelance copywriter. She specializes in crafting marketing, web … More about Suzanna… In Google’s never-ending journey to make the web a mobile-friendly place, we now have even greater insights into the four key reasons why consumers reach for their mobile devices. These are known as micro-moments, and this post aims to teach you how to design for micro-moments to increase website…

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