Gumroad, a selling platform for digital products, did a conversion rate analysis of products being sold on their platform. They compared the conversion rates of products priced at whole numbers (e.g. $2) versus products being sold a penny less (e.g. $1.99).
We recently concluded our giveaway of 1-year subscriptions to Pikock. Pikock is a web-based tool for easily creating your online presence. In this post, I’d like to tell you who the 5 winners of this giveaway are.
Brackets is an open source code editor for web designers and front-end web developers. This desktop app was creating using only HTML, CSS, and JS.
There’s just something about these web forms that make them different from what you normally see.
Photo Pea is a (very) basic free online image editor that can open, edit, and save PSDs. This tool is useful for people who don’t have Photoshop.
Is your website slow? Use these free website speed testing tools to get information about your website’s loading speed and performance, as well as an understanding of issues that slow your site down.
Time tracking should be a crucial part of our workflow. But doing it is such a hassle that we often don’t bother.
This showcase is made up of a great mix of vintage-themed designs that will get you creatively inspired.
This free PSD is for mocking up and presenting your stationery designs (letterhead, business card, and envelope). The PSD is well-organized and uses Photoshop smart objects to make your life easier. Make a great impression by using this stationery mock-up template for your graphic designs.
This free online tool — PSD Validator — will analyze your Photoshop files for errors. It’ll also tell you how well-structured (or not) your PSD is.
I’ve put together some great-looking sites that use Google Fonts so you can see how others are using this wonderful service by Google in their designs. Google Fonts is a fantastic free resource that has hundreds of free and open source Web fonts that you can implement in your websites.
There’s a myth about freelancing that’s dangerous. It’s prevalent among freelancers still new to the industry. It’s the myth that as a freelancer you have to take on any client who comes your way.