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If you are creating any kind of online assets like an app, catalogue, forum, blog or website; you will need a content management system (CMS). That is where you’ll manage all the images, designs, text and video associated with your project. We’ll explore the top 7 headless CMS platforms in 2021 during this 10-minute read,
Choosing to work for free, pro bono, gratis, without charge is something that most of us find ourselves doing at one time or another. Whether we’re filling a hole in our portfolio, there’s a friend or relative we feel beholden to, or because there’s an opportunity to aid a cause we value. Recently, I agreed […]
Cards are a design element that have been popular for a while. The look and function of them have continued to evolve in a number of ways, from tiny cards that are more of an oversized button to full-screen or split-screen cards that denote click or tap functionality. The reason this trend...
If there is a taboo word in UX design, it’s probably “assumption”. While working on assumptions is considered risky and misleading, avoiding them completely is also a mistake. In this article, David Dikman shows why assumptions aren’t that scary if discussed and clarified properly.
You’ve come across them everywhere: Landing pages that take you to a website but aren’t the homepage. It’s a great strategy that helps get visitors directly to the information they want to see from a marketing source – social media, advertising, etc. – and is generally designed f...
Landing pages are crucial for conversions. User-friendly landing pages rank higher in the search engines and generate the maximum leads. Interestingly, user behavior changes every year, and new website design trends should be kept in mind to continue acquiring sales from your existing landing pages. If your high-performing landing pages in 2019 have suddenly started […]
The story of Jamstack CMSs goes all the way back to the 90s. In this article, we take a trip down memory lane to see how we got to the modern Jamstack CMSs we have today, and where they’re heading in the next decade.