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The Six Most Misunderstood Metrics in Google Analytics

Google Analytics (GA) is capable of generating incredibly detailed and comprehensive data. It provides the insights needed to fine-tune your site, reduce UX friction and ultimately maximize conversions. But there’s a catch. It’s only effective if you actually know how to interpret the data.   Unfortunately, not all users fully understand the core metrics, and there’s uncertainty as to how to decipher them. Here, we’ll take a look at six of the most misunderstood metrics in GA to find out what the data means and how to apply it in order to optimize your site. 1. Direct Traffic At first…

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30 Sugar-Sweet Valentine’s Day Icons [Freebie]

So, you want to give your projects some extra love? With Valentine’s Day coming up soon, we’ve got a fresh new set that consists of a delicious selection — just like a good box of chocolates. Take a peek, and you’ll find icons especially tailored to e-commerce projects (such as shopping carts and price tags), but also some more versatile motifs like a love letter, calendar, and even a WiFi sign that sends off some lovely vibes.

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30 Sugar-Sweet Valentine’s Day Icons [Freebie]

100 Responsive And Mobile Icons [Freebie]

This responsive and mobile-themed icon set, designed by the folks behind Iconshock and Designshock, consists of 100 individual icons merging outlined as well as flat styles, all vectors built in Photoshop, in four transparent PNG image sizes and available in two color versions: a limited cold palette and a warm colorful one. The vector editable source files are included.
Please note that this icon set is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.

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45 Colorful Flat Icons [Freebie]

How often do you find yourself searching for lovely, friendly, well-designed icons that would fit well into a rather informal design atmosphere? Well, unless you tend to have only corporate clients, you could definitely use the icon set that we are releasing today. The icons are completely free to use for commercial as well as your personal projects, including software, online services, templates and themes. [Links checked February/04/2017]
Please note that this icon set is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.

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45 Colorful Flat Icons [Freebie]

10 Thrilling Movie And TV Icons

Today, we present yet another freebie — a free set of icons related to movies and television, designed by Samuray and released for Smashing Magazine and the design community. The icons are available in six different sizes as transparent PNG files, JPG files as well as Photoshop PSD source files. The icons are released under a Creative Commons Attribution license. [Links checked March/15/2017]

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10 Amazing Academic Icons + PSD Source [Freebie]

Today, it is our pleasure to present to you a free set of academic icons related to education — commissioned by PixelsDaily exclusively for Smashing Magazine and the design community. The icons are available as transparent PNGs as well as Photoshop PSDs in a size of 128×128 pixels. The icons are released under a Creative Commons Attribution license.

Download the Set for Free! This academic icon set is completely free to use for commercial and personal projects, without any restrictions.

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Understanding The Copyright License

The Web is full of creative and practical resources that we can use to improve our projects. Photography, fonts, music and code are perfect examples. Finding stock objects and existing implementations is often quicker, cheaper and more practical than producing your own.
Whether free or not, these resources normally come with a license to ensure fair use. For professionals, understanding the limitations of a license is critical; with this knowledge, you’d be surprised by what’s available.

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Understanding The Copyright License

A Short Guide To Open Source Licenses

Many developers and designers want to release their work into the world as open-source projects. They want others to be able to build on and share their code. The open-source community is vibrant because of this. Open-source software is available for virtually any application you could think of. Most designers use open-source software or code on a regular basis (WordPress, Drupal and many other CMS’ are open source). [Links checked & repaired April/04/2017]

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A Short Guide To Open Source Licenses