Free Essentials for Designers: Textures, Patterns, Shapes and Backgrounds

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Free Essentials for Designers: Textures, Patterns, Shapes and Backgrounds

We are living in an era where everything is digital and artificial. However, there’s still room for old-time crafting tools. CSS-based illustrations, SVG icons and images, WebGL-powered pieces and dynamic effects of all types and kinds are the most popular …

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Postcards Introduces Transactional Email Modules

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Postcards Introduces Transactional Email Modules

Today, we released newly designed transactional modules for Postcards. We designed and coded 26 absolutely new modules! You can start using them directly in the Postcards App now.

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How to Migrate Your HTTP Website to HTTPS Without Affecting SEO

A robust security system is an aspect that further amplifies the performance of your website, regardless of the platform, it is being hosted upon. This security system ensures that all kind of sensitive data such as the usernames and passwords, credit card information exchanged via your website remain secure. This is important because the visitors […]

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Hand Drawn New Year Postcards (Free PDF)

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Happy holidays from Designmodo! How long has it been since you sent a postcard? It&…

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11 Christmas Gift Guide for Web Designers and Developers for 2018

Whether you like it or not, Christmas is fast approaching! Get out your credit cards and start shopping for Christmas 2018. If you have web designers and developers on your shopping list, check out this gift guide for web designers and developers for some top-shelf options. Lynda Subscription In the modern job market, everyone’s always […]

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Benefits of Using Kanban Tools in Project Management

Team members are the people who usually give their insight when there is a discussion about identifying the opportunities to improve the business. But in the majority of the situations they will be busy, and it does not seem right to pull them from their work and get their input. So, if the same team […]

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Project Management Templates: The Key to Improving Your Workflow

Last year, Rachel McPherson shared 9 ways to organize successful creative projects. It’s a very useful article that highlights the main things to do if you want to bring greater control and organization to your web design workflow. Tip #2: Take Advantage of a Project Management Tool, is the one I want to focus on […]

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7 Best Responsive Food Blog WordPress Themes

If you are looking for the best responsive food blog WordPress theme, you came to the right place. We compiled a list of seven outstanding, remarkable, high performing and effortless to use site canvases for you to consider. From top to bottom, each theme you find is unique, original and innovative in its own way. […]

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Google Announces a New Governance Model for AMP

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Just a few days after adding ads scenarios to AMP attracting a new wave of c…

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Modern Take on Patterned Backgrounds in Web Design

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First, brutal designs then, gradients and now there is another trend from…

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How to be a Great Design Mentor and Where to Find one for Yourself

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There has been a lot more discussion online about mentors…

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5 Practical Productivity Hacks to Improve Web Design Efficiency

When it comes to web design, creativity and productivity are central to your work. If you lack in either of these areas, it will be a struggle to come up with quality results. The challenge, especially with the productivity half, is that everyone is unique. What works for one designer might not work for you, […]

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19 Tools to Help Designers and Developers Stay Organized

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In this list, I’m going to go over 19 different tools that will hel…

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How to Optimize, Compress, and Save Images For the Web

It’s not a sudden discovery that the size of web pages are increasing. Developers minify their code, ditch expansive libraries, and shift code to the server side, all in an attempt to shave 100 kB off their code base. You may even be asked to drop valuable libraries like jQuery in an attempt to speed […]

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Getting Started with CSS Grid Layout

CSS has been a central web design tool for years and years now. And yet, CSS layouts have never been quite that elegant. Positioning two elements side-by-side has often required hacks or uncomfortable compromises. It feels like the language has been lagging behind its use since its creation. But now, CSS is jumping to the […]

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Website Pop-Ups: The Good, the Bad, and 18 Rules You Should Never Break

A website is a place where a business can educate its audience about its brand. What it does. Why it does it. What they’ll get out of being there. That, in and of itself, is a lot of information. When designing a website for your clients, the last thing you want is to overdo it. […]

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Tabbed Widgets in Web Design: UI Examples & Free Plugins

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Certain layouts work really well with tabs. You can show/hide …

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Ghost Buttons and Hollow Objects – Line Art is Thriving

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They are less powerful in terms of driving conversion, they ar…

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What in the World Are Microinteractions?

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Microinteractions are all around us. Simply put, it’s a specific moment of interact…

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Best (And Worst) Practices for Collecting Email Addresses

Collecting email addresses from users is an important function of most websites. Collecting email addresses is a great way to stay in touch with that audience, and it often falls to developers to design a decent system for collecting email addresses. It’s easy to code a basic pop-up to prompt users for their email address. […]

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Progress Step UI Design Patterns: Tips, Freebies & Code Snippets

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Progress steps are great for user experience. You typi…

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Getting Started with Chrome Developer Tools: Advanced DevTools

The most common tool in Chrome Developer Tools is Inspect Element. As we’ve covered, this tool allows you to view the CSS and HTML associated with specific on-screen elements. But there’s more power than that within DevTools. You can also access additional tools to do far more. You can debug JavaScript, monitor network performance, preview […]

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Integrating Security into Your Web Development Plan

Website security breaches have real consequences for visitors and site owners. Frustration and inconvenience from hijacked pages can keep potential customers from engaging with a website, while phishing and data leaks that expose customer information can cost site owners’ reputations, and their bottom line. Integrating security into a new website or implementing security fixes to […]

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Getting Started with Chrome Developer Tools: Inspect Element

Google Chrome is one of the best consumer browsers on the market, but it also contains a number of powerful developer tools. We can reveal some of these tools with Chrome’s Inspect Element (or “Inspect”) tool. This developer tool provides insight into how websites are constructed and styled, and it can help you debug your own […]

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