5 UX KPIs You Need To Track

Armen Ghazarian  •  Design, UX Design  •  January 21, 2015
5 UX KPIs You Need To Track

We love to measure things. It is our way to understand how good or bad something is. Although numbers don’t tell the whole story, they help evaluate the situation in a quick and easy manner. But can we measure user experience? Actually we can. Although user experience efforts are directed toward improving the quality of user interactions and increasing overall satisfaction,...

Design From a Distance: Keep Clients and Colleagues Happy From Afar

Ruaridh Currie  •  Design  •  January 19, 2015
Design From a Distance: Keep Clients and Colleagues Happy From Afar

In this age of touchscreen devices and ever-present access to digital media, we find ourselves able to work effectively and efficiently away from the traditional office setting. It’s easy to forget that just because we are able to manage ourselves effectively in an autonomous environment, we shouldn’t neglect to correspond and engage with our clients, just as much as we...

Why Do We Recommend WP Engine WordPress Hosting?

Adrian  •  WordPress  •  January 18, 2015
Why Do We Recommend WP Engine WordPress Hosting?

One of the most important aspects of website success is having a solid hosting/server provider, because a slow or non-functional website is inefficient for every business. If you use WordPress, it is important to understand that not all companies are ready to host your website. That’s why we recommend specialized hosting for WordPress websites. In this article we’ll...

Online Payment Processing Overview

DataArt  •  Resources, Tools  •  January 16, 2015
Online Payment Processing Overview

The ability to process payments online is an essential feature of any e-commerce application or Web site. Mobile or Web apps that have some paid features or services also need the ability to collect one-time or recurring fees. Online payment processing services allow you to process credit or debit cards along with other forms like PayPal or even manual invoices in a secure and...

How to Create a Vintage Macintosh in Adobe Illustrator

Andrei Ștefan  •  Adobe Illustrator, Tutorials  •  January 14, 2015
How to Create a Vintage Macintosh in Adobe Illustrator

Hi guys, if you’re a tech geek like I am, I know you are absolutely going to love this neat tutorial on how to create a vintage looking Macintosh, using Adobe Illustrator. Step 1 – setting up our document For the current tutorial, we will need to set up a new Illustrator file (ctrl + N on a pc or cmd + N on a mac) with the following attributes: artboard size: 800 x...

Best Website Designs from Germany: Details, New Technology and Accuracy

Nataly Birch  •  Inspiration, Websites Examples  •  January 12, 2015
Best Website Designs from Germany: Details, New Technology and Accuracy

Beauty in diversity: The best German website designs are eager to prove it to you. Inspired by a German art culture that embraces various art movements starting from modern vibrant street art (aka graffiti) and ending with lavish pop-art and gloomy but highly thorough international Gothic, it certainly has something to show with numerous exceptionally talented...

How to Create a Responsive Email Template

Sam Norton  •  HTML, Tutorials  •  January 8, 2015
How to Create a Responsive Email Template

Reading emails has never been easy on phones and tablets. Just like modern websites, email newsletter design needs to be optimized for different viewports. Imagine having a non-responsive email newsletter design. It might look good on desktop devices; however, checking it on small screens will look awful with each element misaligned and broken columns. According to...

Web Design Trends That Will Rule 2015

Tomas Laurinavicius  •  Design, Website Design  •  January 6, 2015
Web Design Trends That Will Rule 2015

Web design is a vibrant and diverse industry that is changing and evolving quickly. Website design is, however, not an end product; it’s an asset in the presentation of a product, connecting people with other people, providing a tool or service. After reviewing over 500 websites in weekly series of “Inspiring Sites of the Week” on Despreneur I’ve got a sense of where...

Designing a Truly Delectable Restaurant Website

Carrie Cousins  •  Design, Website Design  •  January 5, 2015
Designing a Truly Delectable Restaurant Website

Designing around food can be tricky. Think about it: Taking a photo of food is difficult. How can you explain the aroma of a great meal digitally? But there are plenty of things you can do when designing a website for a restaurant. The idea is to create a fully usable website that makes people hungry and tells visitors everything they need to know before arrival. Here are 10...

Our Plans About the Future of Qards. What to Expect?

Adrian  •  Resources  •  December 29, 2014
Our Plans About the Future of Qards. What to Expect?

As you know we have released Qards a couple weeks ago. Right now we’re gonna share with you some thoughts about future updates and new features you can expect. We started this project with a minimal set of functionality which we made to be really cool, and we are gradually moving towards more growth possibilities for our product. We released this product very recently and...