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Trends and best practices for designing user-friendly Website and application interfaces.

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Windows 8: User Interface from a Content Writer’s Point of View

A new computer with Windows 8 installed on it turns into a few great points about user interface design.

Posted on February 27th, 2014
Filed Under: Copywriting, User Experience Design
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The Next Generation of Web Design

Is it just normal responsive design, or is it Web 3.0? Either way, there’s a definite trend in modern websites.

Posted on January 23rd, 2014
Filed Under: Design, User Experience Design, Website Design
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Boosting Your Credibility: Why Good Design Matters

A good design is vital to a trustworthy site – and we can prove it!

Posted on December 5th, 2013
Filed Under: Design, Design Tutorials and Tips, Inspiration, User Experience Design
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Can Everyone See Your Design?

Even if you aren’t colorblind, the people who look at your designs might be.

Posted on November 15th, 2013
Filed Under: Design, User Experience Design
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4 Reasons Why We Don’t Like the New Google Plus Layout

All of the reasons why we feel the new Google Plus layout is bad design.

Posted on March 7th, 2013
Filed Under: Design, Social Media, User Experience Design
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Our 10 Favorite WordPress Plugins

These 10 WordPress plugins are so awesome, we use them on nearly every site we build.

Posted on February 28th, 2013
Filed Under: Design, User Experience Design, Website Design
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Application Menu Design—Inspired by Google (and their crappy GMail icons)

Last December, as part of a (controversial) interface overhaul, Google “upgraded” its buttons— changing their labels from text to icons. The idea was to make Google’s interface consistent across all languages, (and across all their products), and to make it easier to deal with functions that had long names. Awesome, right? Wellllll. Maybe not so […]

Posted on May 22nd, 2012
Filed Under: Design, User Experience Design
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10 Tips for Effective Small Business Web Design

Small business owners often feel compelled to design and build their own websites rather than hire designers, coders, writers and the other professionals and experts who make their livelihoods on the web. Remember, though, a bad website will actively hurt your brand, your company, and your bottom line. DIY websites often have a host of […]

Posted on September 21st, 2011
Filed Under: Design, Design Tutorials and Tips, User Experience Design, Website Design
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The Design of the Disposable Coffee Cup Lid

We deal with our coffee cup lids every morning and don’t really think about them, unless they fail and we end with a lapful of scalding hot liquid. But some designer somewhere has been slaving away at a drafting table to make sure your lap remains clean, dry, and un-scalded.

Posted on May 12th, 2011
Filed Under: Design, User Experience Design

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