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Designing for the internet, crafting User Interfaces, Interaction and the entire gamut of User Experience is a rapidly evolving set of skills that a select few have mastery over. Through our posts here, we aim to give you inputs from experts, analysis of the latest UI/UX trends, tips and hacks, videos from web design events, how-to’s, tools & more to help you deliver outstanding design to your customers. Our aim is to equip you with design knowhow and derive inspiration from fantastic execution of the basic principles to tackle challenges you may face in your everyday work.

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In the highly competitive digital sphere, providing the best user experiences is the key to building lasting relationships with customers. And a big part of doing so has to do with interaction design. Below, we will discuss the concept of interaction design, the value it brings to businesses, and tips on how to implement good interaction design. What is Interaction Design? Interaction Design refers to the relationship between a user and a product or service.…

One of the fundamental mottos of ResellerClub is to help web professionals set up their online business. In fact, our focus rests so much on web professionals (whether they be web designers or developers) that we’ve gone as far as deciding to coin a new term – ‘Web Pro’ – which is basically short for Web Professionals. As a Web Pro, you take care of building websites, installing custom software and essentially help your customers…

Creating a blog which one can use for affiliate marketing is a simple way to make money right at home. No specific experience is needed, but there are several rules one should follow to improve the chances of success. Affiliate Marketing to Make Your Writing More Profitable Sharing your experiences and thoughts is now easier than ever. You might think that a blog is just a way to tell people about your interests and maybe…

Wireframes and flowcharts are often the first things UX designers use when spinning their magic. When designing web pages, a wireframe is used to convey the basic layout of the page, with clear demarcations for what goes where. Flowcharts are immensely useful at describing user task flows and back-end processes, depicting the detailed path the web page will take depending on the user input. Together, these deliverables map the user experience journey in terms of…

WordPress really is the Holy Grail of the internet. Over 32% of websites are powered by the script. The downside or really, the upside to WordPress is that it allows customization to the T. Web professionals can use thousands of plugins to customize their WordPress experience to fit exactly what they need and want from the script. For e-commerce website owners, one of the most popular plugins to do this on WordPress is WooCommerce. Read…

For the last few decades, design in all its types and forms made a fantastic twist. Traditionally, it was about beauty and aesthetics. But somewhere around the 2000s, design started to become a primary motor of innovation. Today, it’s not only about making things look nice, but also about the way of thinking and working. In fact, design principles became so appealing that people started to use them as guiding points for transforming organizations. This…

Back in 2015, an Ericsson study forecasted that by 2020 70 per cent of the world’s population will be smartphone users. Three years later, it appears the study’s findings still ring true, as 51 per cent of the total global internet traffic now comes from mobile devices. It may seem like a natural progression for users, but for designers, this further highlights the importance of embracing a mobile-first website design. And although there is an…

Choosing a theme for your WordPress website is a tough task. The theme should be user-friendly and enhance the design of your website. Imagine you are running a clothing line business, and your website theme gives emphasis to text rather than images and where the colours are all dull and black. Won’t it put off your potential customers as opposed to a lively and colourful theme that would instead encourage visitors to explore more and…

Touted as one of the web design trends of 2018, Brutalism has been growing in popularity. So what is Brutalism and where did it come from? What is Brutalist design? The word “Brutalism” comes from the French word béton brut which translates to “raw”. ‘Brutalism web design has its roots in architectural design. In the 40s and 50s, post World War II, much of Europe was rebuilding after the great destruction that rampaged the cities.…

In today’s tech-savvy world, most people have a computer or at least a smartphone with an internet connection. They browse content in the form of text, images, audio and video. According to a survey by HubSpot, respondents spent around 1.5 hours per day watching videos. As a designer or developer, marketing your brand is important and one way is with the help of videos. If you are able to tap the potential of video marketing…

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