Ever wonder what website owners lose sleep over? Well, sure money always plays into it. But specifically, they’re always wondering exactly what their users are thinking.
Where are users clicking? Why aren’t they visiting certain pages? Do they even know that button is there at the bottom of the page?
Short of breaking into everyone’s house to watch them use your site, you’re mostly stuck with incomplete data from applications like Google Analytics. But you don’t have to be! The brilliant minds behind Crazy Egg have put together an incredible piece of software that will let you see your
creativebeacon posted in Web 118 days ago
Adobe Photoshop is probably the most advanced and widely used photo editing tool but it may be complicated for someone who isn’t much familiar with it. For that reason, we’re going to take a look at a few online photo editors to take advantage of them. They are really easy to use with simple editing capabilities.
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A lot of people still create website mockups in Photoshop. There are several reasons why they do this. Some like the ability to move things around in layers and apply effects in seconds, just to see how it will look. Others have worked for years using Photoshop as a part of their workflow for designing websites. Whatever the reason may be, having pixel-perfect website mockups can be a huge asset if you use Photoshop in your workflow. Maybe you want to see how something looks without having to code it first. That alone will save you tons of time. This week, I came across an awesome one page we
Some of these plug-in allows WordPress blog owners to integrate their blog in Facebook and Facebook feed from a page into your sidebar as widget or directly onto post, page etc. No need to manually add new posts you create everyday in Facebook as there are plugins here which will auto add new posts to any Facebook page, post or wall easily.
creativebeacon posted in Resources 35 days ago
A graphic artist’s best friend is the designer’s toolbox. Full of a vast collection of textures, brushes, actions, vectors and more, the toolbox is always expanding. The more elements, the more choices. The more choices, the more varied you’ll find the designs.
carolinemclean22 posted in Design 117 days ago
You are guaranteed more social media fans with this tool for your website.
creativebeacon posted in Design 56 days ago
Everyone wants to be successful. That’s pretty much a no-brainer. Who wants to fail? I don’t. Actually, I never have wanted to fail at anything, and I don’t know anyone who ever has. One of the questions that I get a lot is: “Do I need a design degree to be successful?”. The problem that I have with this question is that everyone is different. It is tough for me to answer that for you, because I don’t know you. I don’t know how talented you are, and I don’t know your work ethic. There are a lot of factors that go into being a successful designer. Here are some things to consider when going to