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What is a Typical User Experience Designer Salary

What is a user experience designer salary? What can you do to get it? With the increasing value of the IT industry, user experience designers (or UX designers) are more and more important. User experience determines so much of a platform or application’s success. A good UX designer can make or break the development process. To succeed at UX design, you need a number of skills, some hard and technical, others soft. Taking the time and effort to excel at…

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The power of focus: Three quick marketing tricks to boost your small business

Image courtesy of energepic.com via Pexels With freelance work naturally eating up most of your day coupled with a mountain of admin tasks and endless emails and phone calls, who has time to think about marketing? As any small business owner knows, it can be tough to find a spare second to promote oneself. But even if you only have half an hour each day, there are things you can do to make a difference and get your name out…

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Europe launches a heart attack-detecting AI for emergency calls

The European Emergency Number Association (EENA) just announced at its conference in Slovenia its partnership with Danish AI startup Corti. Together they will implement cardiac arrest-detecting AI for emergency call services in Europe. The year-long joint initiative will be launched in four European countries and will provide real-time decision support for emergency dispatchers, effectively enhancing human decision-making skills with AI. TNW is in Ljubljana and spoke with Andreas Cleve, CEO of Corti, and Jérôme Pâris, EENA Managing Director, about the new…

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5 ways to pick the perfect app font

Text makes up 95 per cent of all digital communication. So no matter how carefully refined the user interface, icon design or choice of imagery within an app, your choice of font is absolutely crucial. Typography has a direct impact on an app’s user experience. If content is difficult to read, menu options are unclear, or the purpose of buttons and other calls to action are undecipherable, usability suffers enormously. And all these decisions must be made with a small…

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5 Useful Resources for Building a WordPress Staging Site

It’s no secret that WordPress websites are becoming more complex by the day. With each plugin we install, another layer of intricacy is added. This, of course, boosts our chances of running into problems when performing routine software updates. This is part of the open source bargain we accept with WordPress. You get a magnificent collection of plugins that do all sorts of things. But they all come from different developers. With that, the chance that two disparate parts won’t…

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Illustrator Tim Easley painstakingly sculpts album cover for Modified Man out of plasticine

London-based illustrator and designer Tim Easley is best known for his bright palette and bold lines, imaginatively fusing playful characters and hand-drawn lettering. Having also worked stints in Tokyo and Seattle, Tim is influenced by urban kitsch, nature, and neon signage. He creates work both personally and commercially in a variety of mediums, including hand-drawn skateboards, canvases, plasticine sculptures, painted basketballs, and digital pieces. For his latest commission, he was approached by independent record label Albert’s Favourites to create some…

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Should Your Web Project Be Static or Dynamic?

Did you know that it’s possible to group all websites into just two categories: static or dynamic? The distinction is fairly simple, but each of these categories has its pros and cons. Are you about to build a website and not sure which to choose? This article will help you make an informed decision. Static Web Design A static website, as you may guess, doesn’t change – there is no user interactivity besides hyperlinks. It usually contains only HTML and…

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How We Got a 32% Organic Traffic Boost from 4 On-Page SEO Changes [Case Study]

My name is Patrick Curtis, and I’m the founder and CEO of Wall Street Oasis, an online community focused on careers in finance founded in 2006 with over 2 million visits per month. User-generated content and long-tail organic traffic is what has built our business and community over the last 12+ years. But what happens if you wake up one day and realize that your growth has suddenly stopped? This is what happened to us back in November 2012. In…

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Why Your Website Should Speak Mother Tongues (WPML Ready Themes)

Maintaining your website in multiple languages seems quite daunting. You end up having as many times more content, as many languages you have. However, the draws of going for a multi-language website many times outweigh the burden this implies. Are you in doubt? We’ll try to convince you listing some of the most compelling reasons why your site should be in multiple languages. What’s more, we’ll show you that going for a multilingual site is not that hard if you…

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Google Play Music will be replaced by YouTube Remix this year

Since last July, we’ve been hearing about Google’s plans to merge YouTube and Google Play Music to create a new streaming service, and today, a report from Droid Life and a comment from the company has shed more light on the situation. According to the outlet’s source, Google Play Music will be replaced by the upcoming YouTube Remix platform, which is slated to launch later this year, and existing Play Music users will be migrated to the new service by…

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