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When To Use JavaScript vs. CSS3 for Animation

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Animated web content has been around for years in the form of GIFs and Flash content. But as those older methods fall to the wayside newer techniques have grown in their place. Back in the early 2000s JavaScript was widely-regarded as the best solution for animated web content. Then an update to CSS created the […]

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Creating an effective website can be a time consuming and laborious process, but when done right the results can lead to high traffic and excellent conversions. The site should be easy to read and navigate, the information contained should be well organized and accurate, and maybe most importantly a user should enjoy using the site. […]

8 Killer Ways to Design Higher Converting Web Forms

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There’s no question that web forms are one of the most important elements of your website. They’re used to capture payment info, user signups, email address, and all kinds of important information. For this reason, you should be spending a lot of time on the design of your web forms to ensure they’re converting well. […]

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Google’s newest creation is slowly being lowered on fiber-optic cables à la Frankenstein’s Monster. Google Inbox is meant to redefine how Gmail users interact with and archive their messages. It’s still being tweaked and currently riding on invite-only status. I’ve managed to get access to Inbox and want to cover a few ideas from the […]

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A typical user experience design focuses on many factors that you might not initially consider. Interacting with a website or mobile app is a two-fold process – the user performs some action like a click or swipe, and the interface responds accordingly. This is the general nature of user experience design. The question is how […]

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The web continues to grow and evolve and businesses and personalities from all walks of life are increasingly dedicated towards providing the perfect user experience for clients, readers and prospects. We understand now more than ever that a great user experience (UX) is oftentimes directly proportionate to sales and other conversion metrics. More data is […]

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