A poor user experience can derail the success of a website. Many web designers risk turning their visitors away in frustration because poor User Interface choices are contributing to a bad user experience.
as rewarding and interesting that development may be, it’s still true that tasks such as browser testing and link testing can be very dull ways to spend huge chunks of time.
If you’re not using Bootstrap, in your frontend web design, then you’re working too hard, especially if you are not using an alternative grid system like Foundation.
There are numerous courses online and I have experience with many of them and with this knowledge I have put together a review of some of the most popular providers.
As the end of the year draws closer distinct trends are emerging and are set to grow in popularity over the coming year.
So you have decided you would like to learn or level up your WordPress skills. Anyone can take this journey. Maybe you’re already a WordPress hobbyist, dabbling in your spare time or maybe you’re crossing over from another related field like frontend web developer.
Every once in a while your website will need a redesign to stay relevant to your content and keep up with new web design trends. It’s a good opportunity to really analyze your content to see if the user experience is working to meet the needs of your target market.
Here I will be exploring some of my favorite web design galleries as well web designers favorite when it comes to finding inspiration for some of the more specific problems like choosing colors schemes and deciding on appropriate typography.