Yelpix Weekly Digest 19.06
Hey, hot summer days is a good reason to take a cold drink and read our digest before going to the beach. Here we go!
The Most Important Thing Your Clients Should Know About Their Website by speckyboy
When a client hires you to design and build a website, they’re making an investment in their organization. And, depending upon their particular sector, that website can play a major role in determining future success.
Yet, it’s not always viewed that way. Some clients will nickel and dime their way through a project, not wanting to spend the funds required to accomplish their goals.
10 Things Not to Do While Designing a Website for Restaurants by line25
A website is something that creates a long-lasting impression on a new user’s mind. And as they always say, the first impression is the last. If you make the first impression wrong, you have lost the battle. But, if you hit the right notes, you may create a lasting impression where a user comes to your website repeatedly. Here, we are going to talk about websites that belong to restaurants.
25+ Best Business WordPress Themes In 2020 by 1stwebdesigner
Trying to build a business website can feel daunting at times – especially if building websites is not how you make money. And yes, there are many business WordPress themes available you can use, but even that notion is overwhelming because there are so many to choose from. Lucky for you, we’ve taken some of the efforts out of the ordeal by compiling a list of the best business WordPress themes right here.
8 Pre-built BeTheme Sites You Can Edit with Elementor by sitepoint
There is no better way to showcase your skills, design aesthetic, and past projects than with a personal portfolio. It’s a great way to get your name out there and allow potential clients and employers to find you.
If you need a little inspiration when it comes to personal portfolios or simply want to speed up your design process, you’re in the right place. We’ve gathered the best personal portfolio templates that you can edit in Adobe Photoshop before coding them into live websites.
HOW TO BENEFIT FROM MENTAL MODELS IN UX DESIGN by webdesigndepot
Users come to your website with certain expectations already in their mind; they’ve seen thousands of other websites before and it’s only natural that they’ve adopted certain habits.
Instead of trying to change these patterns, it’s much better to incorporate them into your design. To learn more, let’s have a closer look at a psychological concept known as mental models.