Starting a career as a web designer is no easy feat. There’s uncertainty, there’s worries, there’s “I’m not good enough” complex, there’s fears that you’ll under-deliver and make clients mad. And on top of all that, there’s no money, hence making the whole endeavor even more challenging.
The UX of email is a fascinating topic. Email is on the rise: one report puts number of emails sent and received per day in 2015 at over 205 billion, with that number expected to grow 3% per year over the next four years.
Last month, we announced the beginning of an end-to-end transformation of Dreamweaver CC. A complete overhaul of the user interface is daunting, but we’re excited to offer an inside look at the process of creating a contemporary dark UI for maximum productivity for developers and web designers. Here’s an early look at what you can preview by participating in the Dreamweaver Beta.
The question becomes how do we balance designing digital content for two demographics that are at opposite ends of the age spectrum, access content in different ways, and have different cognitive abilities and digital competencies?
What types of stock images can you use in a way that makes your web designs better off. Our guide on how to use stock photography in web design in a non-cliche way.
Telling a web designer to work on your site without giving them the content is like telling an interior designer to work on your living room before you buy an apartment.