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13 stock photo websites you must know

Whether it is a new website that you are working on, a blog post, a presentation, or an e-learning course, you need high-quality images and videos, graphics to make a stellar project. It’s not always possible to create your own images and finding one from the internet is a daunting task as well. Past few

Finding Your Inner Marie Kondo: Apply Minimalism in Design

The Marie Kondo method is hugely popular. Find how you can apply her principles of minimalism to web design & UX to create an impressive site.

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How to Adapt a PowerPoint Presentation for eLearning

A PowerPoint presentation is one of the most popular and essential ways to communicate information to others. Whether the goal is to educate students, pitch to potential stakeholders or a TED talk, PowerPoint is everywhere. When it comes to creating a presentation, the key is to craft a well-designed, visually rich presentation to cast a

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Manage Design Projects – Best Practices

When it comes to managing design projects, the frequency and probability of changes and revisions are even higher. The design has everything to do with human experience. Assumptions and plans often take a backseat when human experience is involved. Know the 7 steps for managing a design project.

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Do I Need a Static Site Generator?

The majority of websites that we come across on the interwebs today are dynamic sites. What this means in simple terms is that all the elements you see before you — images, text, other assets — everything has been put together piece by piece when you hit enter after typing a URL or when you click on a button.

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7 Ways To Implement A Learner-Centric Approach To e-Learning Design

Learners are one of the most important stakeholders in an eLearning project. Designing and developing courses with them in mind can lead to a better chance of the project being successful.

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Understanding Object Oriented UX: Interview with Sophia V Prater

Sophia Voychehovski Prater runs ReWired UX, a studio in Atlanta, Georgia. She has worked with clients like AT&T, The Atlanta History Center, Coca-Cola, Athena Health, and worked in-house with CNN Digital. When she’s not consulting for clients, Sophia writes, speaks, and runs coaching workshops about Object-Oriented User Experience (OOUX). What is object-oriented user experience, you

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Inside the Working of a Digital Studio — Interview with Joshua Davidson, Chop Dawg

Good products and collaboration go hand in hand. The former is simply not feasible without the latter. Collaboration has always been an area of prime interest for us, at zipBoard. Whether that is a collaboration between designers and developers, or agencies and clients

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How to Start With Static Sites

Websites, at the time, were a collection of these static documents, stored in their entirety and there was minimal interface on the server-side. With the introduction of CGI or Common Gateway Interface, this changed. CGI allowed websites to run scripts and this enabled the webserver to be more than just a storage facility of static

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Dark Patterns Harm Usability

Dark patterns in design are one end, an ethical issue. How fair it is to try and push the user into a direction that benefits your goals is still debated. In some cases, there’s a fine line between prompting the user for more active engagement or tricking them into diving deeper. In other cases, dark