Here’s a handpicked roundup of free resources, released between July and August this year, that web designers will find useful. You’ll find a wide assortment of free resources such as PSD UI templates, icons, jQuery plugins and more.
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As users shop the Apple App Store looking for new apps to buy, they judge their potential purchases based on design.
We’re told early on in life not to judge a book by its cover, but without a way to trial an app, screenshots are one of the few ways a user can judge the quality of it.
Since it’s not possible for someone to judge ease-of-use (usability) or code-quality just by browsing the App Store, judging entirely based on design makes sense, and so apps with better design tend to be chosen more often when compared with competing apps.
Using large photographs as the background of a website’s layout can be a quick and easy way to make it unforgettable. In this web design showcase aimed to get your creative juices flowing, you’ll discover some gorgeous sites that use photos of people, landscapes, objects and more as their backgrounds.
I had a big problem building up my digital agency: organizing content.
Content was an outstanding bottleneck for most of our projects. Gathering content from clients is difficult enough, but even more troublesome is managing the infrastructure, workflows, publishing technicalities and approval process.
Trust is an important component of any relationship. When it comes to freelance work, trust can encourage a client to want to work with you again.
My software firm has billed over 30,000 hours in the last 12 years. In that time span, I’ve had to learn how to earn and maintain the trust of our clients in order to keep them coming back.
I’m certainly not a business expert. I’ve made some horrific mistakes and have had my fair share of struggles. I write this article in the hopes of sharing some of my experiences with you.
Based on my experience, when you’re developing apps for multiple mobile device platforms, there is a huge advantage to having your HTML5 mobile web developer lead the production effort as opposed to your native app developer (e.g., iOS, Android, etc.)
In this article, I’ll share my thoughts and opinions on why building mobile web apps first is a good strategy.