Archive for the ‘design’ Category

Ditch Self-Improvement: Just Stay the Way You Are

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Freelancers are very susceptible to a trend that has been a thing since the eighties but has been gaining momentum for the last couple years. It’s called self-improvement. You Still Have Potential The name self-improvement itself is already one o...

How Do You Create a Timeless Web Design?

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The thought experiment that CSS Tricks’ Chris Coyier came up with is an interesting one. How do you create a timeless web design for a site that is meant to last forever? “By the Way, the Website Has to Run Unchanged For 10 Years!” Ha...

How to Know When and What to Upgrade About Your Website

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Your website is a core part of your business, although you might not feel that it is. It sure is at the fore front of your battle for attention. Keep it shiny, performant and on top of the evolution. Disclaimer: This post was written by Noupe staff thr...

Dreary: Does UX Design Kill Your Brand’s Core?

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It’s a clear statement: UX design is boring. Thus, it kills any brand, always leaving the same stale aftertaste. Leveling Down: Nobody Sets Himself Apart From Others Kim Jong Anderson, a Danish designer, and founder has a clear stance on the posi...

Who Invented the Design of the Eighties?

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I grew up in the eighties. Back then, I loved the typical 80ies design. Today, I have a more differentiated opinion on that. On behalf of Vox, Dion Bell has looked into the question who had a significant influence on the design of the decade with the b...

CSS Grid Layout: Masonry Layout Made From Pure HTML and CSS

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Codepen user Kseso convinces us with a simple but impressive application case for CSS Grid, by creating a clean Masonry layout from pure HTML and CSS. CSS Grid Layout is Available Across the Board The fact that the CSS Grid Layout is an important desig...

How to Tell if a Design is Good or Bad

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Your own taste is a bad guide when it comes to the question whether your design is good or bad. Let’s take a more objective approach. Design is Not an Art Form You might know the old saying that the bait has to be tasty for the fish, and not for ...