Tag Archives: web design

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Collaboration, Content Strategy and Web Design

Learn how to write the best copy possible to promote your design and incorporate sophisticated content strategy techniques in Copywriting for Designers. HOW Design Live speaker Sara Wachter-Boettcher is an independent content strategist, writer, and editor based in Philadelphia. She’s the author of Content Everywhere from Rosenfeld Media; the editor in chief of A...

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Don’t Go Chasing Waterfalls: Agile Web Design

Are you chasing waterfalls? That is, are you dedicated to the waterfall methodology of web design and development when you could be streamlining your process with agile web design? You may want to stick to the processes you’re used to, but waterfall web design will have you moving too fast. (Okay, okay, enough with...

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Wireframing & Prototyping: Essential Skills for Interactive Design

The recent popularity of responsive web design has made wireframing and prototyping essential skills for interactive and UX design. In the interactive design process, wireframing enables you to create the information hierarchy of your web design. It makes it easier to plan the layout so that your website is user-friendly and cohesive. It’s particularly...

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7 Reasons to Learn Mobile Web Design

Over the past few weeks, I’ve been dabbling in responsive web design and other mobile web design strategies, and I’ve begun to realize how crucial it is to learn these web skills in today’s market. Being a relative novice myself, I was thrilled to learn about the Fundamentals of Mobile Website Design Ultimate Collection available...

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5 Tips for Your Next Web Design Project

Let’s face it: Designers look to new strategies and approaches to speed up workflow and produce. Whether through workarounds or locating the best tools for the design you’re knee-deep into, the process piece is a very big one. Design Is About Choices If you’re like most designers, you crave a more consistent user experience...