Every year, a handful of web design trends come and go. In this blog, we’re giving you a solid headstart with a list of upcoming web design trends that will dominate 2022.
Web forms capture visitors’ information when they sign up for your newsletter or make a purchase. The best web forms make users feel safe in giving personal data. In this blog, we share tips on how to design your web forms in a way that will result in more conversions.
Creating an intuitive and stunning UI begins with wireframing. Wireframes are blueprints for website and web app design. The next step is transforming wireframes into a working prototype. Read this blog to find out the 7 best wireframing and prototyping tools for UX/UI designers.
Consumers remember you more for how well you deliver customer service. For eCommerce websites, extending customer service is trickier, but it’s just as crucial to success. In this blog, we discuss 7 ways you can improve customer service in your online store.
When you’re working with web developers and designers, it’s important to be able to understand what they’re saying. It’s a difficult task, considering it’s such a technical field. In this blog, we defined 45 terms that everyone should know.
In celebration of Web Designer Day, we interviewed our very own Pat Mapili to learn what it’s like on the job. Read here to get up close on the daily life of a web designer plus her advice to aspiring artists thinking of entering the field.
Image optimization is critical to improve dwell time while maintaining excellent site speed and web performance. Next-gen images offer advanced solutions in this department with reduced file sizes and superb image clarity. Keep reading to learn more.
The web works by a series of complex events involving the client, web server, and IPS. As a web developer, it’s important to know how data flows and is eventually rendered. In this blog, we tackle those steps plus the relationship between websites, web pages, and search engines.
Building a website is a major decision that takes a considerable amount of effort and resources. Before you jump into web development and design, you need to consider your target audience, domain name, website speed, and others. Keep reading to learn more.