Drawing repeat website visitors, fostering those relationships, and generating leads online doesn’t require some kind of secret SEO magic — it just takes a site that treats users well and gives them the experience they desire.
Most web designers and developers do their share of complaining about not being paid what they’re worth. I should know, I used to be one of them. I would work for months on a web project, taking great care to give my clients exactly what they asked for. No wonder I wasn’t making much.
If you really want to tap into which elements on your WordPress website influences visitor behavior, you should start A/B testing today.
WordPress is super-flexible but retains its shape nonetheless. Coding standards are one of the ways which helps it do that.
“Keep It Simple, Stupid!” You’ve definitely heard that before but with these tips, you’ll be well on your way to making it part of your design ethos.
Website styles vary greatly depending on the country the site is targeting.
The use of a large background image in a web design is a popular trend at the moment. A photographic background is impressive, giving designers the capacity to create websites that are exceptionally eye-catching.
Dark hues used in designs elicit from their viewers impressions of elegance and modernity.
A project by Anca and Vlad of ECSSPERT serves as a fascinating proof-of-concept that shows just how powerful CSS can be.
Good usability tests result in delightful designs and user experiences. But they can be intimidating to get started with if you haven’t done one before.
One of the things web designers often do is look at what’s already out there in order to gain inspiration and ideas.
With so many mobile devices, laptops and desktops in the market, it’s quite tough to craft device-specific CSS media queries.