Authorization form on the site
Recently, we posted a number of useful tips on creating effective registration forms on the site, and today we want to talk about the authorization / login block. Recently, a…

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Sliders for the site and factors affecting their usability
On commercial sites, especially when it comes to online stores, today you can often find sliders, or so-called “carousels,” - site design elements in which slides with photos or text…

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Fighters of the invisible front
If you haven’t guessed yet, then I mean META tags. Their role is not noticeable when displaying the page. These are just commands for a web server or browser, but…

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10 key trends in logo design 2018

Last year’s post on logo logo trends 2017 was well received by readers, so we decided to continue this “tradition” and consider the main trends in logo design 2018. Despite the fact that in the field of web design changes are happening at lightning speed, some points from that article remained the same and “migrated” in the current year.

Perhaps the site design trends are faster than the niche of logo development, or too little time has passed since the publication of the previous article (7-8 months) + now it’s only the beginning of the year. In the summer, be sure to revise this text and add to it with new chips, if any. Continue reading

The difference between UI and UX

Today there will be a guest post on the topic of UX and UI interfaces using the Icons8 service as an example. The author is a usability specialist Andrei Burmistrov, the text is published in the first person.

I know what you think: well, another attempt to impose your opinion on the controversial and always discussed topic “What is the difference between UX and UI?”

Yes, you understood correctly.

The only difference between my article and other similar ones is that I will explain the differences between these two concepts using practical examples from my personal experience (as a usability Continue reading

8 Tips for Creating a Hero Image Banner for a Website

Does the user only need 50 milliseconds to form an opinion on any site? Web developers and designers really have very little time to make a good impression on a person when visiting a resource. That is why the correct design of the main page + website header, which everyone sees in the first place, is so important.

Many web projects on the network are united by one common way of attracting the attention of the audience – the use of bright colorful designs, in particular – placing a large background image or large banner at the top of the website. It is also called a “hero image”. Continue reading

Pagination or endless scrolling: what to choose?
When a large data set has to be demonstrated within a single web page, developers or website owners usually have to choose between two main ways of presenting such data:…

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How to make a menu for a site? The main features of the menu selection
Whatever the site, without which it certainly cannot do, is without a menu. And often on one site there are several menus at once - for the main and additional…

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A few words about encodings
Anyone who knows everything about this can skip this article, but I will tell the rest about the causes of various encodings and the problems of web design associated with…

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Web Design Trends 2015
Many areas of activity are subject to the influence of fashion, including web design. And, for example, even before the onset of 2015, both web design specialists and potential website…

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