March has ended, April has begun, and another week is coming to an end. With all that is going on in the world right now, why not distract yourself by browsing through our latest list of articles published in the past week about web design and development? We’ve rounded up everything we have been reading and could find to share with you, so scroll through and bookmark away. Stay safe and healthy, everyone, and enjoy this latest edition of “This Week In Web Design”!
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Trending this month are designs for website notifications and pop-ups, retro typography, and blue and green color schemes.
Check the list of examples of our favorite web developer portfolio websites.
Today, we’ll introduce you a handy solution that uses WordPress custom fields.
This roundup contains our personal selection of the most interesting websites that were released in the past couple of weeks.
For your web design clients, this is a time of great uncertainty. Some, especially small businesses, may be in a fight for survival.
A selection of 50 unusual free stock photos that don’t really fit into a single niche and can be used for a multitude of purposes.
There’s a new take on monotone colors that’s trending: mono gradients. Here’s a look at the trend and how designers are making the most of it.
These five properties will get you up and running.
A set of checklists to help you create smart interface design patterns.
Here’s how the team at Fantasy approached designing a mobile OS for Huawei.
Five practices on how to effectively leverage UX design and usability variables to support your site’s SEO performance.
A simple CSS-only marquee effect for a menu based on Francesco Zagami’s Dribbble shot.
This guide will help you figure out which approach makes the most sense for your site.
Look at common roadblocks encountered by beginners trying to learn to code.
Sometimes,things go wrong and everything turns into a complete disaster.
One of the biggest mistakes that’s made on a design systems team is a common mismanagement issue.
How immersing yourself in fine art can improve your design and shape your idea of fundamental art concepts.
Everything from front-end and performance to SEO and marketing.
In this tutorial, you can easily apply the flow to any of the three flow types: Task flows, Wire flows, and User flows.
A list (in alphabetical order) of the industry leaders putting the design community before their profits.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn what Headless CMS is, and the pros and cons of Headless CMS.
Explore over 10 of our favorite Figma plugin finds so you can approach your next project with greater ease.
Seven tips to help you create an even better online store, with examples of online stores that rock.
No one prepares you for the horrible consequences that come with doing your job well.
Breaking down an interaction.
A website that can generate sales effectively needs to have a good user experience (UX) first.
A piece focused on the most common responsive image use case: resolution switching.
Web designers collectively have the ability to help shape and save the world by fighting small battles that add up to larger wins for humanity.
UX writing is about crafting content that helps users navigate through a product seamlessly and successfully.
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