Yelpix Weekly Digest 17.07

Hello there! Half of the summer is over and we hope you spent it awesome, in any case, you have another half to spend productive with our weekly digest, here we go!

IN MEMORY OF FLASH: 1996-2020 by webdesignerdepot

Today I write in memory of Adobe Flash (née Macromedia), something that a bunch of people are actually too young to remember. I write this with love, longing, and a palpable sense of relief that it’s all over. I have come to praise Flash, to curse it, and finally to bury it.

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Website Best Practices Checklist: 9 Web Design Best Practices by webfx

Did you know that 89% of people shop with a competitor after a poor user experience? If your website isn’t up to par, you risk losing leads to your competition.

Luckily, we’ve created a handy checklist that you can use to make sure your website has everything you need to attract new leads and keep them engaged on your site pages.

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ou want to make a positive first impression with new visitors. When they come to your site, you want them to take an interest in your products or services and become a customer.

If your website isn’t up to par, though, you risk setting a negative first impression with your audience because 94% of first impressions related to your website’s design.

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17 Cool Pure CSS Animations by 1stwebdesigner

If you’re looking to stun your website visitors, using CSS animations ought to do it! It might sound simple at first, but using animations like this can be extremely compelling and really make an impact on how your site is perceived. They can add a layer of interactivity that drives interest. They can also add personality.

So, if you’re not sure how to get started with CSS animations or where to find some to use on your site, we’ve got you covered here. This collection of 17 options should entice you at the very least.

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WordPress Theme Showdown: Custom Built vs. Readymade by speckyboy

very website project has its own distinct needs. Sometimes, the look and functionality really do need to be built from the ground up. In other scenarios, time is of the essence and there simply isn’t enough of it to go fully-custom.

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