Category: Blog,Web Design,Web Development

June Roundup: 10 Tech Tools For Startups, Creatives & Savvy Users

Light up your creative arsenal Here we are in June and it’s time again to light up your creative arsenal with ten of the best productivity apps that can boost your techie game and help you conquer any creative work in a jiffy. We count startup entrepreneurs, web designers, web developers, writers, photographers, SEOs, productivity freaks, and more among our audience so you can be sure that we have a great tech tool suitable for your work … Read More

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Category: Blog,Interviews,Web Design,Web Development

Interview With co-founder of usabilityhub.com and bugherd.com – Matt Milosavljevic

For those who don’t know you Matt can you please introduce yourself. My name is Matt Milosavljevic, I’m a Melbourne, Australia based web designer and developer. I’ve been building things online for the last 10 years, most notably I co-founded two companies – BugHerd  & UsabilityHub. UsabilityHub was born from FiveSecondTest, can you tell us how you came up with the idea? FivesecondTest came about after reading “Designing the Obvious” by Robert Hoekman Jr. In it Robert explained that … Read More

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Category: Blog,Graphic Design,Web Design,Web Development

March Roundup: 10 Tech Tools For Startups, Creatives & Savvy Users

So, in this March edition, we have compiled a list of the top tools for productivity that are well-received by tech lovers and can help to improve productivity in your projects. Let’s get started, shall we? Pexels In a busy niche where Shutterstock and Getty Images are running the show with paid stock images, Pexels woos writers, web designers and bloggers into their family by offering more than 5,000 free stock pictures. What we love about this … Read More

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Category: Blog,Web Design

Photoshop UI Tutorial – Happy Cafe

Coffee is the fuel for designers and developers alike so we thought we’d come up with a fictitious organic coffee shop. Actually we use this design to teach our Web Professionals so we also wanted to share it with you. Below, find our Photoshop UI tutorial. DOWNLOAD FULL PSD In this Photoshop UI  tutorial I cover how to create the header and footer independently and then use them as smart objects in our main These smart object … Read More

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Category: Blog,Web Design

Changing the default language of your WordPress site

Changing default WordPress language: have you ever wondered how to do that? WordPress has a large and devoted community that has already translated the CMS into many languages. At your disposal are not only themes, but also support and translation files for a great number of languages. The first and the most obvious step in changing the default WordPress language of your site is to download the installation files. You can do that from https://make.wordpress.org/polyglots/teams/. Find the … Read More

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Category: Blog,Web Design

A Beginner’s Guide To User Interfaces For The Web

Let’s begin by helping you gain a clearer understanding of what user interfaces really are and then we’ll delve into user interface design. For starters, the term Interface can be a little complex, so you might need a moment to wrap your head around what it entails. Try not to think of it as just pixels, buttons or screens. Quick Tip: As a Designer, It Might Be Tempting for You to Do So, Therefore Try to See … Read More

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Category: Blog,Web Design

Lo-Fi Wireframing & Why Speed Is Most Important 

When a User Interface (UI) designer wants to conceptualize the ideas he or she has in mind, they will need to lay out some sort of framework to serve as a visual guide to see whether it’s feasible to move forward with what they had in mind. And so, this brings wireframing into the picture. Before knowing what lo fi wireframing or wireframing in general entails, let’s find out what it can do for you. It opens … Read More

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Category: Blog,Web Design

How To Create Amazing Typography For Web Design

Typography for web design is known as the art of arranging type into a design-appropriate, aesthetically pleasing and legible layout. Print that’s set in stone can’t have its appearance altered once it’s been printed. However, users can do things differently on the web. For example, they can adapt their browser settings to: Change colors to increase contrast Overwrite font size choices a designer has made Decrease a default font size As a result, you might assume that … Read More

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Category: Blog,Photography,Web Design

How to Take the Perfect Selfie

Selfie Culture Regardless of where the selfie originated, its cultural home is undoubtedly Asia. The reason for this was illustrated by something a Taiwanese guy once said to my dad: that if you take a picture of a great scene or attraction and you are not in the photo yourself, it does not count as proof that you were there. And thus: selfie culture was born. Normally, this means that you need someone there to take your … Read More

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Category: Blog,Web Design,Web Design

How To Create High Quality Wireframes

How To Create Wireframes in High Quality By now, you should already be aware that there are different fidelity types when we’re talking about wireframes. What you’ve learnt previously is that lo-fidelity versions are not made to resemble the final product, but they can help to plan the user interface controls and layout. Hi-fi wireframes, on the other hand, allow you and your team to look into the final product at greater depth because they will display … Read More

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