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12 Web Design Tips to Help You Achieve Success

12 Web Design Tips to Help You Achieve Success

There’s a lot more to being a great web designer than simply having the necessary technical skills. Another key element to success is keeping up to date with the latest web design tips and trends from the world of online publishing and beyond. Keeping your finger on the pulse gives you the option of becoming an early adopter of emerging design trends and styles. This, in turn, can help you to deliver projects, whether your own or for your clients,…

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12 Important SEO Tips for Your Website

12 Important SEO Tips for Your Website

1. Make the website about one thing. It can be about other stuff, too, but choose one primary topic that is most essential to your message.This step is important, so you may want to do a little keyword research before choosing a topic. 2. Mention keywords where they matter most. Include your “one thing” in the site title, domain name, description, tagline, keywords, blog categories, page titles, and page content. If you’re on WordPress, you can change a lot of…

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Tricks For Web Design

Tricks For Web Design

1. Keep your homepage minimalistic and free of clutter We rarely read every word on a website. Instead, we quickly scan pages, picking out keywords and sentences. With these known behaviors in mind, it’s better to appeal to emotions rather than word count. The less someone looking at your site has to read, click on or remember, the better they’ll be able to process and evaluate what’s going on in front of them. That makes it more likely for them…

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CSS Tricks

CSS Tricks

Components are a designer’s bread and butter. Designers have been building design systems with some model of “component” for a really long time. As the web has matured, from Atomic Design to Sketch Symbols, “components” (in some form or another) have asserted themselves as a best practice for web designers … Designers don’t care about selectors or #TheCascade. They might make use of it since it’s available, but #TheCascade never comes up in the design thought process.