Time yet again for our weekly roundup of all the web design and development related articles we’ve found that were published in the past seven days. Here you can take some time to check out tutorials, inspiration, opinions, discussions, and more to assist you on your journey to strengthen your skills in web design and development. So let’s have a look!
The right font can make or break your design. In the right situation, a rounded font can help to complete the look that you’re after. Here, you’ll find a collection of amazing round fonts that will give you plenty of choices. The Best Rounded Fonts The fonts in this section are premium fonts that will […]
This is a love letter of sorts to an underrated design tool: open source fonts. Open source fonts are licensed in such a way that anyone can use them for any project at no cost. Many open source fonts come with the standard Open Font License (you can find it here), and it gives you [&helli…
The Myth is Busted. Every user interaction is a decision. Every decision can lead to an exit. So the more options we offer, the more exit opportunities we create, which will reduce the probability of conversion. Right? Well… In fact, the number of interactions a user makes is in no way directly related to conversion … Continue reading Stop Counting Clicks.
Way back in March, I announced that I was working on an advanced version of my Vanilla JS Academy.
I originally hoped to launch it early summer. Then late summer. Then early fall. I built 80 percent of it, threw it out, and built it again. Then I threw that out and rebuilt it again again.
I’ve been having a really hard time creating this course in a way that I haven’t with any other course I’ve built before.
In 2019, an astonishing 34% of all websites were powered by WordPress (source). Part of the reason WordPress is so popular is because of the community of users and developers, and all of the resources that are available. WordPress users benefit from countless plugins, themes, and services that have been specifically created to meet the […]
As part of the design process, companies can forget the end-user to whom the product or service is being marketed. Designers can become blinkered and overly protective of their interfaces, platforms, and products, so much so that they overlook the fact that they need to be empathetic to the target market. Empathy needs to be […]