It’s a maxim we’ve all heard and one we’re likely just as sick of. A saying which, if you spend any time on LinkedIn or other self-promotional platforms, you’ll find adorning countless updates, “motivational” images, and influencing all kinds of statuses. A belief so ingrained in the modern business psyche that it’s become almost synonymous with success. What’s the belief I’m referring to? Malcolm Gladwell’s idea that with 10,000 hours of practice, you can become an expert at anything. It’s an approach almost every successful person recommends. Countless hours of hustle will have you mastering your craft and reaching some…
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10,000 Hours of Practice Won’t Increase Conversions (But This Will)
As a designer, developer, or marketer, it’s your job to develop something unique for your brand’s website. The reason for this is simple: you want to stand out from the generic chatter surrounding your brand in the market, and a unique style will help you do that. But sometimes being adventurous in design can do more harm than good. Case in point: the navigation. In a web usability report from KoMarketing in 2015, roughly half of their survey’s respondents reported using the navigation menu to acquaint themselves with a new website. On the flip side of that, 37% of respondents…
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Your Website’s Menu Is Costing You Conversions and Here’s What To Do About It
To help you tap the full potential of Marionette, we’ve prepared an entire eBook full of useful hands-on examples which is also available in the Smashing Library. — Ed.
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A Thorough Introduction To Backbone.Marionette (Part 1)
The archive is one of those often-overlooked parts of a website that doesn’t get the attention it deserves. Too often it’s thrown on a page that’s no different from any other page on the website, or it’s ignored altogether. The archive offers a lot of room for creativity, though. Whether you opt for an abbreviated one in the sidebar or footer or devote an entire page to it, the archive an opportunity to make your design stand out.
Website Archives Design: Good Practices and Examples