Ultimate Free Icon Set: 1000 Free Icons

Jun 30 2013 by Freepik.com | 4 Comments

Ultimate Free Icon Set: 1,000 Free Icons

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Why Social Commerce is a High Priority

Jun 28 2013 by Brian Taylor | 1 Comment

Social commerce is crucial towards entrepreneurial success on the Web. If this is the first time you have come across this term, then you are at the right place. In this article, I discuss the importance of social commerce, as well as a few fundamental tips for your social commerce strategy.

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6 Steps to Writing and Selling Your E-book

Jun 26 2013 by Agota Bialobzeskyte | 3 Comments

Writing and Selling Your E-book

E-books are a good way to earn extra money. The great thing is, as a designer or developer, you’ll also have your existing expertise and knowledge to look to in order to come up with a viable e-book topic, and many of the skills you already possess will make the e-book production process easier.

You have to know (or learn) quite a lot about online marketing in order to successfully pull it off, though.

In this short guide, I will outline a fundamental strategy for writing and selling an e-book, breaking it down in only 6 steps.

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5 Usability Mistakes You Shouldn’t Make

Jun 24 2013 by Nathan Barry | 10 Comments

5 Usability Mistakes You Shouldn't Make

No web designer sets out to create a terrible user experience.

And a terrible user experience usually isn’t just one thing — it’s dozens of tiny usability mistakes repeated all throughout the user interface that coalesce into one big, frustrating experience.

Let’s go over some usability mistakes that will frustrate your users.

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Tips for Building Your First Web App

Jun 17 2013 by Marc Gayle | 5 Comments

Tips for Building Your First Web App

As someone who creates web apps (both for myself and for clients), I’ve learned a few things throughout my journey that have helped me get the best results for the time and resources I have.

These tips are from a person who started out as someone who wasn’t familiar with Web programming. When I first started developing my first web app, I wasn’t a web developer. I was a business guy.

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How to Get Your Web Development Projects Off to a Good Start

Jun 14 2013 by Gary Williams | 5 Comments

How to Get Your Web Development Projects Off to a Good Start

If you’re anything like my team, you probably want to dive right in head first into a web development project as soon as you possibly can. Because we love our jobs — we’re all very passionate about it.

We’re eager to get started without having to deal with the "boring parts" and we have a laser-beam focus towards the more enjoyable, fun aspects of web development — coding, setting up servers, designing the user interface, you know, the good stuff.

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Are Your Web Graphics Print-Ready?

Jun 12 2013 by Vladimir Gendelman | 2 Comments

Is Your Web Graphics Print-Ready?

As a web designer, masters of the digital realm, you might have never faced the situation where your designs are going to be sent to a print shop.

Or perhaps you’re an Internet business owner in a place right now where you need printed materials for an event (a conference, a meet-up, billboard advertising, and so forth). You might be an online retailer, a SaaS company, a web development agency, etc.

What happens when you’ve only got web graphics at hand? Graphics designed to be displayed on electronic devices like computer monitors and smartphones.

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