The web has changed the way we work. Startups rethought what offices look like, and with a laptop in your bag, you can get work done from anywhere anyways — no matter if it’s your desk at home or the cozy coffee shop around the corner. Over are the times of dark and stuffy cubicles — in many companies, at least.
To remove the dust from the term “office” and give the visuals revolving around it a fresh and friendly face, too, the creative minds at Vexels designed a set of 32 office-themed icons.
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32 Free And Friendly Office Icons
Designers of all types constantly face issues with the structure of their designs. One of the easiest ways to control the structure of a layout and to achieve a consistent and organized design is to apply a grid system.
A grid is like invisible glue that holds a design together. Even when elements are physically separated from each other, something invisible connects them together.
While grids and layout systems are a part of the heritage of design, they’re still relevant in this multiscreen world we live in.
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Building Better UI Designs With Layout Grids
You have a professional website that looks attractive, your pages load up quickly as well, and you’re a master storyteller. Yet, you’re still struggling to make your casual website visitors make a purchase, or contact you for a quote. It can be very frustrating. However, you’ve got to understand no matter how great your website is, you can’t control people’s decisions 100%. But there are steps you can take to steer their decision making processes in the right direction. There are several reasons why website visitors aren’t converting. Here’s the proven 7-step process to take a ‘casual’ visitor who just…
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7 Crucial Steps to Convert Casual Visitors into Premium Customers
Making improvements to your mobile app’s design isn’t necessarily the easiest of tasks. After all, how much can really be accomplished within such a limited space? You recognize that mobile users’ attention spans are waning and that, consequently, they expect a speedy, convenient and engaging experience when using apps.
Realistically, how many other ways can there be to satisfy these expectations that haven’t already been done before?
Let’s take mobile dating apps.
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Inspiration From Mobile Dating Apps: How To Improve Your Designs
Build the most effective personalization strategy: A 4-step roadmap Along with “artificial intelligence”, “personalization” has been a hot topic among…Read blog postabout:Our top 7 blog posts of 2017
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Our top 7 blog posts of 2017
Having product photos that stand out is more important than any other piece of content on your product page. One study found that 67% of people rate the quality of product images to be “very important,” more than product information, detailed descriptions or even reviews! Source Knowing this, what can you do to make sure your product photos stand out and are the best they can be? The tips in this post will help you ensure the quality of your images and make sure your product photos stand out amongst your competition. 1. Start by using a Tripod and Lightbox…
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8 Ways to Make Brilliant, Captivating Product Photos
Most potential users will want to try out the software or service before committing any time and money. Some products work great by just giving users a free trial, while other apps are best experienced with sample data already in place. Often this is where the age-old demo account comes into play.
However, anyone who has ever implemented a demo account can attest to the problems associated. You know how things run on the Internet: Anyone can enter data (whether it makes sense or not to the product) and there is a good chance that the content added by anonymous users or bots could be offensive to others.
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Breaking The Rules: Using SQLite To Demo Web Apps
We’re pleased to announce our new glossary section at The Daily Egg. You can find it in our top navigation under “Resources” if you’re on a desktop computer: ..or in the “hamburger menu” if you’re on a mobile device: We’ve been working on this slowly for a while now. As we publish articles, often our writers will refer to terms, industry jargon and acronyms that not everyone is familiar with. We figured an online glossary would be a good resource to keep our readers informed on all this terminology. We try to go beyond simply defining terms. If you click-through…
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Introducing the Daily Egg Internet Marketing and Conversion Rate Optimization Glossary
Today I read an eye-opening article about the current young generation and their financial future. It’s hard to grasp words like “Millenials”, and there’s much talk about specific issues they face, but, for many of us, it’s not easy to understand their struggle — no matter if you’re older or younger than me (I qualify under the Millenial generation). But Michael Hobbes’ entertaining and super informative article revealed a lot to me.
Monthly Web Development Update 12/2017: Pragmatic Releasing, Custom Elements, And Making Decisions
Here’s the situation. You run a startup. You have a website. And your website has basically no traffic. Except your mom. (Thanks, mom.) Like any savvy founder, you’re clear on one thing — you need traffic to your website. Somehow, someway, a viable online business requires humans seeing, using, or buying the widget or service you’re selling. So, how do you get that online traffic, especially if you’re starting in at ground zero? You have a few options. Facebook ads. Google Adwords. A big PR stunt. Oh, and content marketing. Most of the time, content marketing takes a lot of…
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Any Startup Can Blow Up Their Website Traffic for Free With a Single Blog Post. Here’s Exactly How To Do It