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  • Using Flat Design in Web and Print Projects

    We've talked a lot here at Designmodo about flat design - so you probably know what the trend is all about at this point. The short version: Flat design is a style that does not use tricks or embellishments such as shadows, embossing or gradients to make elements look "real."

  • Top 10 Websites to Learn Coding (Interactively) Online

    Gone are the days when programming languages could only be mastered programmers like Bill Gates, who later got to dominate the world by storm. Now everyone holds the same potential, and the chance to learn and even master programming language easily. Today, we will show you 10 interactive websites that ...

  • 10 Presentation Tools To Win Over Your Audience

    If your work or studies need you to make presentations in front of an audience, a crowd or your peers, then you know the importance of having good, engaging and effective presentation content in your hands. Powerpoint may not be cutting it for most of us anymore, but fret not, ...

  • 6 Steps to 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.

  • 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.

  • Prioritizing Freelance Essential Tasks Effectively

    When working, you couldn't just jump in and start without proper planning. It is important that you know what to do in order to complete a project. Another thing, you need to learn how to prioritize essential tasks that would help you finish a project on time.

  • Tips How Not To Regret Choosing a Domain Name

    Deciding on a website is often a stressful undertaking. There is a wide range of dilemma, in addition to immediately after joining some sort of website for the site, oftentimes you could have sensed that you may get picked a better website or people afterwards determined a good offered website that seems, thinks better than your existing website.<...

  • CAPTCHA: Is it a Panacea For All Spamming Problems?

    CAPTCHAs (Completely Automated Public Turing Tests to Tell Computers and Humans Apart) need no introduction. All of us who have used the internet, have come across some or the other CAPTCHA while creating a new account, filling online forms or downloading software. The main aim of CAPTCHAs is to prevent spam, so when a CAPTCHA [...]

  • 7 Elements of a Well Converting Subscription Page

    We've all seen them, we've all navigated through them, we've all made those painful subscription choices, and we've all had some pretty bad experiences with them. But more and more sites and services are focussing attention on their subscription pages and discovering that a well-designed page is very important to new user sign up...

  • Is Your Homepage Overcrowded?

    Finding balance with design is difficult. Each page on the web typically has at least one conversion goal. It is the job of the design team (client included) to determine what the goal of each page is, and... Read More