If your client’s site depends on software that isn’t being supported anymore, it’s only a matter of time until a redesign is needed.
A lot has been done over the past year to improve the Local experience. We launched Local Pro to help you ditch FTP.
A mobile-friendly design makes for a positive user experience and will help your users find what they’re looking for while on the go.
Relying on word-of-mouth referrals that may or may not continue next month is a risky strategy.
When you’re deep in the throes of a new website design, ensuring that the appearance and functionality of the website work together seamlessly is vital to its overall success.
Convention is usually in place because it worked for someone, or perhaps a group of people, for a time. It feels safe and predictable.
Successful user testing will help you learn what works and what doesn’t as you design your website.
Designers love it, yet website owners want to fill it. White space is often regarded as a waste of valuable screen space.
While a list of the do’s and don’ts would be nice, most freelancers are discovering best practices through experience.