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About Moveable Online

Moveable Online acts as the IT strategy and implementation support team for design firms, agencies, corporations and institutions. Located in Toronto, we focus on providing best-in-class corporate digital strategy and implementation.

How a CMS Can Help Your Business Be More Effective

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There are a plenty of advantages to using a CMS to run your website. A better experience, easier process to upload content, you may get access to a wide range of plugins and features – these are the things people usually mention.

But there’s a broader benefit of using a CMS for your website – it will help your business become much more effective.

Here are our top four reasons how.

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Digital and Web Design Resources #133

Every week we collect some of the best web and digital design resources that will be useful for designers. Check out any of the links below and leave any comments about your favourites in the replies.



Font : Zwizz


Zwizz Typeface is a Radnika-derived sans serif with horizontal and vertical termination cuts similar to Helvetica. The glyphs compact design makes it great for tight typographic compositions. Download.


7 Free Professional Fonts For Your Font Library

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Check out this collection of 7 free professional fonts for your library. Check them out.


Landing Zero: Free Bootstrap Theme for Your Website

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Landing Zero is a free landing page Bootstrap theme that is visually appealing and easy to use. With this clean and elegant theme you can either build landing pages, online portfolios or stunning one page websites. Download.


Font : Uni Neue (Light – Heavy Italic)

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Uni Neue is а modern sans serif with a distinctive character and geometric feel. The rounded corners give the typeface a friendly look, yet it retains a professional quality suitable for branding even the most serious corporate identities. Download.


20 Free Chart and Graph Templates

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If you need to create some charts and graphs for your next infographic, admin dashboard, or any other kind of graphic design project, these free chart and graph templates will help you do just that! You can use these to present data and reports in an interactive way. Download.


20 Beautiful Retro Patterns You Can Download for Free

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Whether you want to design a vintage website, an app with a retro style or basically anything inspired by the past, these 20 beautiful retro patterns will surely be useful to you! Download.



Is Adobe Plotting the End of Web Designers?


Adobe is now dabbling in a hush-hush project that seeks to automate many of the tasks that designers regularly do as part of their jobs.

Keep reading Is Adobe Plotting the End of Web Designers?


A Conversational Interface In A Contact Form … Why?

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As time goes by, everyone is trying to make their web experience as meaningful, compelling, and human as possible. Conversational interfaces allow the user to transcend the traditional UI by talking to the system in much the same way as they would with a real person, giving it a human touch.

Keep reading A Conversational Interface In A Contact Form … Why?


7 Secrets for Designing Great Forms

Almost every website design includes some type of form. From simple email address collection to sign up for a newsletter or notification to full payment collection forms, it is imperative that you design a form that’s easy to use and understand. The standards of form design are evolving as well.

Keep reading 7 Secrets for Designing Great Forms


7 Design Myths That Will Wreck Your Site

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For a long time, people believed the homepage was the most important page. Way back when, it may have been the case when the homepage served as the main directory in getting around to the rest of the pages. It’s no longer the case.

Keep reading 7 Design Myths That Will Wreck Your Site


People Will Forge Their Own User Flows — and Design Should Follow Suit

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Users’ interactions with your digital products can travel down bumpy roads. People may encounter obstacles to finding the information they want, sometimes driving them to your competition. Design can help. Solid user flows are the key.

Keep reading People Will Forge Their Own User Flows — and Design Should Follow Suit



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Digital and Web Design Resources #132

Every week we collect some of the best web and digital design resources that will be useful for designers. Check out any of the links below and leave any comments about your favourites in the replies.



A New Collection Of Free Icons For Designers (PSD, AI, EPS, SVG)

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Here’s a collection of new icon sets you can use on your next design projects. Check them out.


Android Nougat free UI kit for Sketch

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The designer team at Great Simple Studio has just released a free Android Nougat UI kit for Sketch that you can use for fast prototyping. The freebies comes with a lot of components, ready-made screens and keyboard modules. Download.


A Huge Free Dashboard UI Elements (Photoshop – Sketch)

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This is a great freebie for designers. Jan Losert comes with a sweet freebie product for all Sketch and Photoshop users. This UI contains full of ready made Inputs, Buttons, Selects, Dropdowns, Notifications, Tables and many many more elements. Download.


Peenu: A free hand knitted typeface


Peenu is a free – uppercase-only – typeface designed and released by Nitish Kumar, a young UI and graphic designer based in India. Peenu inspired by Sharp Paper Cuts, that makes it ideal for headlines and graphic design (i.e. posters, flyers, movie titles, etc.). Download.


The Art of Calligraphy – 40 Free Fonts for Creative Writing

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The oriental aphorism says that the human beauty lies is the beauty of their writing. In our creative tasks we express ourselves; looking at the world we share our positive experience. Download.


10 Free Plugins for Adding Animation Effects to WordPress

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Special effects such as smooth scrolling, page transitions or CSS animations can add some welcome personality to your WordPress website. Use them to call attention to important information, enhance UX and take your designs up a notch. Adding CSS3 animations to your site is easy with Animate It!. Check them out.




How To Perfect Your Mobile App’s Login Screen

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The sign-up screen on mobile applications – we love it, we hate it, and we definitely love to hate it. If done right, it can be the trigger to a massive user retention. If done poorly it can have the exact opposite effect.

Keep reading How To Perfect Your Mobile App’s Login Screen


Your Guide to Designing Websites That Connect with the Millennial Crowd


Millennials grew up in a world shaped by rapid technological advancements. The younger millennials do not even have memories of a world that is not easily connected to the internet by way of smartphones and tablets. For a designer to connect with the millennial crowd, there are rules you need to keep in mind:

Keep reading Your Guide to Designing Websites That Connect with the Millennial Crowd


How do you know when a design fails a usability test?


What does the test participant need to do or say for you to feel confident that the design has succeeded? Do they need to track three hours of time for a particular project? Generate an invoice to a client based on that tracked time? Send the invoice? That’s your test criteria.

Keep reading How do you know when a design fails a usability test?


Sticky Design Consistency Isn’t as Awful as It Sounds

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People trust the familiar. Knowing that, many designers strive to keep their work as simple as possible. It’s also practical: once you design, say, a navigation bar, then duplicating it to every page or view is easy. But standards change over time.

Keep reading Sticky Design Consistency Isn’t as Awful as It Sounds


Dysfunctional Relationships in Web Design

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As reality TV has (repeatedly) shown us, any relationship can slip into dysfunction. Unfortunately that includes the relationships you’ll have with your design clients. Even if things started out well enough, there are a number of factors that can lead to eventual heartbreak.

Keep reading Dysfunctional Relationships in Web Design



30 Absolutely Stunning Movie Posters

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Movie posters give graphic designers a very large canvas to work on, which has resulted in some truly stunning and memorable work. Check them out.


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Digital and Web Design Resources #131

Every week we collect some of the best web and digital design resources that will be useful for designers. Check out any of the links below and leave any comments about your favourites in the replies.


Font : Kodex

Kodex font

This font is the combination of between old and new, tradition and contemporary styles. Download.

Responsive and Clean WordPress Theme

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Ecobox is a unique, clean and responsive template. It is designed with fresh and natural color scheme to represent ecofriendly feel of your business.

Ecobox comes with Revolution slider, 6 homepage layouts, 2,3,4 columns portfolio layouts, 5 blog pages, contacts pages and more. The theme is 100% Responsive, Built on Bootstrap and Retina Ready.


St. Patrick’s Day Web Design Freebies

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Even if you are not Irish, you can still celebrate St. Patrick. Check out this collection of St. Patrick’s Day themed web design assets. Check them out.



How to Bring Your Site to Life with Animations Today

Find out how you can use animation on your site to improve your content, where you might have opportunity to use animation, the pros and cons of animations on your overall site experience, and some resources you can use to get animations up and running fast.

Keep reading How to Bring Your Site to Life with Animations Today


How to Use Tooltips as Microinteractions


Tooltips are potentially the best and most efficient approach to onboarding new users to any given app, software, program or user interface.

Keep reading How to Use Tooltips as Microinteractions


The UX Mistakes That Cost Companies Millions

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Sometimes, bad UX decisions can have huge consequences. To prove it, here are five UX mistakes which have cost companies (and taxpayers) millions, and in the worst cases, ended in an entirely preventable loss of life.

Keep reading The UX Mistakes That Cost Companies Millions


Designing Conversational Chatbot User Interfaces


No one enjoys talking to a poor conversationalist. Similarly, no one wants to respond to a chatbot that can’t carry on a proper conversation. Designing apt conversational responses requires intention. A designer must figure out the right linguistic patterns, tone, and interactions.

Keep reading Designing Conversational Chatbot User Interfaces


Improving User Satisfaction Through Design

Some aspects of creating a quality user experience are obvious. For example, if users can’t figure out how to use your site, chances are high they’ll abandon your offering and look elsewhere. Likewise, the best product teams employ fleshed-out user personas to help them address each user’s specific needs.

Keep reading Improving User Satisfaction Through Design


UX Thoughts on Using Video as a Background

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Using videos as background – a design trend that emerged a couple of years ago – continues to be the subject of much debate among designers.

On the one hand, it grabs the attention of online users who have very limited attention to begin with; able to run in the background without being intrusive; and gives site visitors more impetus to engage.

On the other hand, naysayers say this technique sacrifices usability in the name of aesthetic appeal. It is reminiscent of the time when GIFs and flash flooded homepages – a trend that would only look over-the-top and tacky in today’s standards.

Keep reading UX Thoughts on Using Video as a Background


How to design the perfect infographic


The chasm between an infographic and a quality, successful infographic is a deep one indeed. It you truly want to design the perfect Infographic that will capture the attention of your target audience, you’ll need to keep a few key things in mind.

Keep reading How to design the perfect infographic



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Improve Your Conversions By Using The Psychology of Color (Infographic)

Color is a big deal when it comes to web design, but it’s not just about looking good. A seemingly inconsequential variation in shade can have a significant impact on conversion rates. That’s because colors have a proven and measurable impact on our attitudes and emotions.

Keep reading Improve Your Conversions By Using The Psychology of Color and check out the infographic below:

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How to Bring Your Site to Life with Animations Today

This article is part of a series on tips, tricks, and tools to help businesses better manage their content online and get the most from their content marketing strategies. Click here to view other articles on CMS Tips

In this article, we’re taking a step back from SEO and diving into design. Specifically, how you can use animation on your site to improve your content, where you might have opportunity to use animation, the pros and cons of animations on your overall site experience, and some resources you can use to get animations up and running fast.

Without further ado…


Where to use animations in your content

There are plenty of opportunities to make your site better for your users and your bottom line when you use animations.

First, you can use animations to improve your user experience, particularly if you have a developer handy. Skeleton screens, loading sequences, and providing visual feedback are just some of the ways UX can be helped by a bit of movement. But like we said, most of these require a developer who may or may not have time to put them in place.

However, you CAN work animations into your content creation to improve engagement relatively quickly and painlessly in the following ways.


The Explainer Video

One of a company’s most valuable content assets (if they make one) is an explainer video.  If you don’t know what an explainer video is, it’s pretty much what it sounds like – a short, usually animated video that explains your service. Gradeleap has a superb one, that you can watch below.

For service (or SaaS) companies, the explainer video is one of the best ways to convey what you do and what value you add. Now, building an animated video is a little beyond the scope of most companies’ capabilities. However, there are plenty of folks you can outsource this work to for as low as $500. Of course, you can also spend up to $50,000 according to Hubspot, but there is a middle ground to be had.


Animated infographics

The infographic is already a powerful tool in your content library. There are plenty of resources out there where you can get infographics quickly and easily, and with your professional research skills, you already have the words to make them engaging.

Animations can make your infographics stand out from the crowd though, compel users to keep reading, improve your web page statistics, SEO value, user experience, and ultimately, the value of your content.

Using either dedicated animated infographic tools of multipurpose animation tools (more on that in a minute) you can help take your research and design work further.



Of all the animations on the internet, the easiest ones to put in place are, without a doubt,  gifs. Whether you’re making a meme to make a point (a la Buzzfeed) or you’re using a gif to demonstrate something in a how-to post, gifs can make your content easier and faster for your audience to understand, as well as making your posts more fun (and interesting!) to read.

What’s more, because gifs function as an image file, they can be put anywhere that a picture can be. This means that if you want to use a gif in your hero image, to be shared on social media, or in your signature at the end of your post, you can.


Cons of animations

Of course, while there are a lot of benefits of animations, there are some downsides.

First and foremost, animations are heavy.

They bog down your server if you host them yourself, and they’re heavy to go and get if you host them somewhere else and embed them. For example, according to Digital Inspiration, embedding a YouTube video can increase your website’s weight by 500kB. And while there are other solutions, any embedding will increase the weight (and thus load time) of your site – which is bad.

Second, gifs can cause all sorts of problems, and disrupt an otherwise pleasant user experience. Because of how gifs load, they are often the last elements on the page to start working correctly, by which time your punchy meme might not be relevant anymore.

Finally, animation is — like many things — fine, so long as it’s done in moderation. Too much animation creates a confusing and oftentimes distracting user experience, which usually means that your content doesn’t get read at all.

But with a deft hand, animations can make your content sing.


4 Essential Animation Resources

Since most content managers don’t have an enormous amount of animation experience, there’s been a huge range of tools and resources developed to help them. Here are our four favourite tools to create incredible animations.



GIPHY is a free gif-making tool, letting you borrow, create, caption, and edit gifs all in one place.

With a truly enormous fully searchable database, you’ll probably find what you’re looking for without having to resort to actual creation. But if you do, GIPHY makes it easy, and then hosts the gifs for you. Then, you simply embed your gifs, and you’re done!


2. GreenSock

Perhaps not the easiest tool to use, GreenSock makes animation plugins and software for creating HTML5-friendly animations.

If you have a little bit of coding experience (or are willing to spend a few hours watching instructional videos on YouTube) GreenSock can be indispensable to helping you create exactly the animation for your content that you need.

Plus, once you know the basics, you can take your news skills and tweak other parts of your site, improving your user experience with subtle animations.


3. Moovly

Moovly runs an animated library that you can take animations and, in a drag and drop editor, create movies.

With Moovly, you can create videos of up to 10 minutes for free, with paid plans progressing after that. Particularly useful for creating explainer videos, Moovly makes it easy. All you need to do is provide the script and you’re away!


4. Biteable

Finally, Biteable is another online tool to help you create animated videos.

While it does cost $99 per year, you get access to a massive amount of stock videos, as well as templates you can quickly edit to create the exact content you need, for example, infographics. And while they’re probably reaching when they say it can be done in minutes, it can be done pretty darn quickly.



Animations can help you get the most from your content, both with engagement but also as a fantastic medium to tell your brand story. It doesn’t have to be the most complicated piece of animation ever produced. But even a timely gif or a quick 90-second explainer can help you hook your audience and reel them into your website and, ultimately, your business.

Have you got a favourite animation tool that we missed? Let us know in the comments!

5 Free Tools Every Content Manager Should Bookmark

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This article is part of a series on tips, tricks, and tools to help businesses better manage their content online and get the most from their content marketing strategies. Click here to view other articles on CMS Tips

In this article, we’re going to look at five tools that will help you publish better content faster than ever.


1. Grammarly

While we all know content like quizzes, videos, and photos all do REALLY well for audience engagement, the backbone of all content is going to be words. And with Grammarly, it’s easier than ever to find the right ones.

It’s a tool that runs either as a plugin through your browser or as a standalone web or desktop app, and checks your spelling and grammar for anything you’re writing.


Whether you’re posting a Facebook post through Hootsuite or uploading a blog entry through WordPress, Grammarly will interact with it and catch all your ugly typos and misspellings.

And that’s just the free version.

For the paid version ($11.66 per month, if you pay annually), you’ll get access to some nice features that look at your sentence structure, writing style, and vocabulary, making helpful suggestions as you type.

Even for the Hemingways out there, Grammarly is a key tool to keep in your arsenal. Partially, it means that you won’t embarrass yourself by using the wrong ‘your’. But more importantly, it means you can write much quicker, with less need for that second set of eyes before you hit ‘publish’. And when you’re staring down the barrel of a packed content calendar, you need every bit of speed you can grab.

And speaking of scheduling…


2. CoSchedule

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CoSchedule is a piece of software that makes scheduling and managing a content calendar easy.

Like Grammarly, CoSchedule works hard to integrate with as much of your existing software as possible, and especially WordPress.

So, what is it?

It’s basically a calendar app. But a really, really good one.

  • It can help you manage your content with a drag and drop calendar view (a bit like Trello cards)
  • It integrates with social media as well, so you can run your blog and social media calendars all in one place
  • You can assign tasks, set deadlines, create workflows, and build checklists for each piece of content
  • It lets you schedule and re-schedule content automatically (so you can promote something you wrote last week again)

Small teams might benefit less with the current entry price point and feature list, but where CoSchedule can add tremendous value is for teams working with several content managers, especially when contractors or freelancers are involved. The ability to share a view of what’s coming up and track multiple pieces at the same time saves oodles of project manager time and keeps your writers on track.


3. Yoast SEO

Yoast SEO is the number one SEO plugin for WordPress. Put simply, is excellent at what it does.

Yoast SEO is a plugin that overlays your standard publishing view in WordPress and automatically ‘grades’ you on your SEO for each and every thing you publish.

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If you set a focus keyword, it will check if you’re using it often enough and if you’re going to rank. It also helps you create an SEO-friendly title and meta-description, and includes a snippet box so you can actually see what your post will look like in a Google SERP.

But where Yoast really shines is its readability checks. It will provide a red, amber, green indicator to let you know the status for each piece of copy, letting you know how easy it is to read. Now it’s not perfect and shouldn’t be relied on completely, but it will give you a general indication of whether what you wrote is any good, or if it’s completely terrible.

Finally, Yoast SEO will help with other more mundane (but important!) on-page SEO factors like breadcrumbs, canonical tags, whether you want to set a no-follow tag, and XML sitemaps. Plus, all this is free!

You can buy the Premium version for $69 per site, which will get you more keyword help, help with internal linking, and better support, but frankly, the free version gets you a lot of the way there.


4. Gyazo

If you’ve ever tried to explain how to use a computer over the phone, you know how valuable a screengrab can be.

Gyazo is a piece of software that makes taking and keeping screengrabs quick and easy.


All you do is install the software (totally free) and you’re all set to go. Just click and capture, then you’re provided with a link that you can drop in and share wherever you want. You can even do video grabs and save them as gifs, so you can show how a button works, what a screen transition is like, or what an expanding menu will look like when it expands.

Plus, they have a Chrome extension, so you can quickly snap screenshots online as you go. There’s also an image categorization system, so you can quickly find the screenshot that you’re looking for when you want it.


5. Unsplash

Finally, we have Unsplash. Unlike these other tools, Unsplash isn’t a piece of software. It’s just a simple database of beautiful, totally searchable, free stock imagery.


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You can use it all without violating copyright rules (although you may have to provide credit on some images) and the pictures they curate are 100% amazing. They tend to focus on big sky drone images at the moment, but their selection will change over time with changing photography trends.

For easy access to amazing stock images, bookmark this site!


Think we missed a great tool for content managers? Let us know in the comments below!

Digital and Web Design Resources #130

Every week we collect some of the best web and digital design resources that will be useful for designers. Check out any of the links below and leave any comments about your favourites in the replies.



Font : Krabuler


This font is made specifically for kids perfect for Cartoons, books, children’s products, logotypes etc. The font is Free for personal and commercial use. Download


Font : Illuma

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Illuma is a high impact typeface for display purposes, headlines, posters, signage and logotypes. You can use freely in your design projects. Download.


Edd : Landing page design for showcasing apps

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Here’s Edd, a beautiful landing page designed in Sketch by Alan Podemski ideal for showcasing and launching apps or digital products. Clean but colourful and elegant at the same time. Download.


20 Free Material Design Resources | UI Kits, Backgrounds, Vectors, Icons

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If you are looking for high-quality, free Material design resources, you are in the right place. We selected some useful, free Material resource that can be divided into multiple sections, such as frameworks, UI kits, Material backgrounds, icons, vectors, and more. Download.


Clean HTML + PSD Portfolio Website Template

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This is a clean and minimal free Portfolio website template that comes with HTML and PSd versions. This theme will suite for designers, photographers, web agencies and studios, and freelancers. Download.


Elements: Dashboard UI Kit for Photoshop and Sketch

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Elements is a free UI kit including a lot of useful components (inputs, buttons, selects, dropdowns, notifications, tables, etc.) to get started with dashboards / admin pages design. Download.



4 simple steps for perfect web navigation

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From checking movie times, to reading a Photoshop tip, to reviewing the daily news, we can find almost any information we are looking for on the Internet. One part of a website that is especially important in helping us find what we are looking for is its navigation.

Keep reading 4 simple steps for perfect web navigation


How To Use Color Contrast To Get The Maximum Impact

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Contrast is more than opposites like black and white or large and small. Contrast is a design principle that should be a part of every design project. Why? Because it helps you organize the design and establish a hierarchy, showing the viewers which parts of your design are more important and help them focus on those.

Keep reading How To Use Color Contrast To Get The Maximum Impact


Web Design Trends 2017: The Year of Material Design Lite

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Without a doubt, touches of Material Design are the must-have aesthetic of the year. Google’s Android-based design scheme may have started as a mobile device interface, but has exploded in popularity and usage, regardless of device or platform.

Keep reading Web Design Trends 2017: The Year of Material Design Lite



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Digital and Web Design Resources #129

Every week we collect some of the best web and digital design resources that will be useful for designers. Check out any of the links below and leave any comments about your favourites in the replies.



Cabo Slab & Cabo Rounded: 4 free font styles

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Cabo Slab and Cabo Rounded are two font families designed by Bogdan Cașotă from Design a Lot using as a base the font Helvetica, and coming with basic English alphabet letters, accents and basic punctuation marks. Download.



Snow: Free PSD + HTML portfolio template



Snow is a free website template designed and released by Svetlana S. that you can use for creating minimal and clean portfolios. It comes in both PSD and HTML and includes a front page, two portfolio pages and two blog pages. Download.



Exercise Caution When Using These Web Design Trends

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Like most cultural products, web design has its own zeitgeist. Every year sees a new crop of popular design components, features, and trends. Attitudes change rapidly, especially with the fast pace of new technological developments. Some web design trends don’t stand the test of time.

Keep reading Exercise Caution When Using These Web Design Trends


Why Your Form Only Needs One Name Field

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Does your form have two separate fields for first name and last name? If it does, you are making it harder for users to fill out your form. But there’s a better way. Not every user has a first and last name. Their cultural background determines how their name is formed.

Keep reading Why Your Form Only Needs One Name Field



The UX Audit: A Beginner’s Guide

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Imagine you run an eCommerce website. You know that visitors find you in search engines and that they interact with your homepage. They even get started on your checkout process. But at some point, they do not convert. And you do not know why. It might be time to update the information hierarchy.

Keep reading The UX Audit: A Beginner’s Guide


Testing Your Marketing Efforts as a Freelancer Designer

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Start with your main marketing approach, which might be your website, your business card, your cover letter, or your resume. How well does this approach work for you? Are the clients beating down your door, or is something not quite working the way it’s supposed to?

Keep reading Testing Your Marketing Efforts as a Freelancer Designer


10 Simple Copywriting Techniques That Can Boost Your Business

If you’re running an online business or work in the online marketing field, you are most probably aware of the growing need for quality content that can attract new visitors and convert them into leads and returning customers.

Keep reading 10 Simple Copywriting Techniques That Can Boost Your Business


Great UX For Law Websites

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An attractive and functional website for your law firm is crucial to attracting new clients and staying relevant. It is also important for law firms to make sure that their websites offer great user experiences.

Keep reading Great UX For Law Websites



Microsoft’s Project Neon redesigns Windows 10

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Thanks to Microsoft’s radical redesign of Windows 10, you may not recognize much of the classic operating system’s UI anymore. That’s because the company has decided to go in a new direction, cleaning up the software’s interface for a more minimalist approach.

Keep reading Microsoft’s Project Neon redesigns Windows 10


Attention to Branding: 20 Websites with Beautiful Logotypes


In the World of WebGL, brilliant HTML5 experiments, fancy animations and holistic user experience, sometimes we forget about the small static elements of design. They are the most vital and fundamental details that represent personality and individuality.

Keep reading Attention to Branding: 20 Websites with Beautiful Logotypes



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