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Cool Things of the Week (Web Design Edition #10)

Fun fact in history this week: On the 18th of October, 1697 Giovanni Canaletto was born in Venice. He is an Italian painter and printmaker, best know for his “Regatta on the Grand Canal” painting (which you can see as the featured image for this blog post).

Here are the news and updates for this week, 2018:

  • The highly popular PHP 5.x branch will stop receiving security updates at the end of the year. This meand around 62 percent of all Internet sites will run an unsupported PHP version. You can read more about it here.

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Cool Things of the Week (Web Design Edition #9)

Fun fact in history this week:

  • On the 12th of October, 1928 Al Held was born in Brooklyn, New York. He is a known expressionist painter and sculptor, especially praised for his hard edge-style. The featured image is called Roberta’s Trip.

Here are the news and updates for this week, 2018:

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The Ultimate Guide to Creating Interactive Websites For Education

Educational websites shouldn’t be created equal to business and corporate online projects. When it comes to the development of a new education website design, one needs to make it look appealing yet informative. A professional and thought-out online resource is the most powerful online marketing tool. With its help, you can engage with your audience, communicate with the online visitors, and encourage them to enroll on a new course. Interactive websites for education purpose have more chances of being noticed. Do you want to create one? Then take a few more minutes to read this guide.

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Cool Things of the Week (Web Design Edition #8)

Fun fact in history this week: Phyllis Pearsall was born on the 25th of September, 1906 in London. She is a British painter and writer best known for funding the Geographers’ A-Z Map Company. The featured image is a seascape painting by her called “Sailing boat watercolour”.

Here are the news and updates for this week, 2018:

  • Lyft has shared their learnings about working with color, and open-sourced their color algorithm. They have also created a nifty tool called Color Box so you can easily use their algorithm if you want to.

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Cool Things of the Week (Web Design Edition #7)

Fun fact in history this week: On the 21st of September, 1912 Charles “Chuck” Jones was born in Spokane, Washington. He is an animator and cartoonist best know for his work with Warner Bros (Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner, Porky Pig). The featured picture shows Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote.

Here are the news and updates for this week, 2018:

  • Here is a guide with the basic web architecture concepts that you should understand as a developer.

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Strategies For Startups To Increase Conversion Optimization

Conversion rate optimization is the process of optimizing your sponsored search ads, landing pages, and overall website design to raise your conversion rate. Basically, the goal is for the highest possible percentage of visitors to your site to convert.

However, conversion rate optimization requires time, resources, and occasionally testing. Nonetheless, it’s definitely worth it to familiarize yourself with the basics of conversion optimization.

Here are some strategies you can implement in order to maximize the chances that a visitor who arrives at your site will become a customer.

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13 Amazing Node Js Frameworks for Web Developers

Node.Js is by far the most popular server-side technology, and arguably the best in terms
of speed and performance. The development time is relatively short, and it extremely
scalable and optimal for growing projects. It’s all thanks to the asynchronous approach of
Node.Js that allows it to beat other technologies by freeing the server from being bound by
heavy queries and requests. Despite its relatively young age, Node.js is currently powering
approximately 500k websites, including some of the most popular services and websites
online such as Paypal, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

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30 Free and Premium Material Design Resources for Designers

Have you ever worked with Material Design? Since Material Design is hugely popular, there’re tons of tools and resources related to it. We’ve put together some of the best 30 Free & Premium Material Design resources for designers including framework, UI kits, icons, and many more. You can start by walking through Material Design fundamentals and use its components and styles to make the user interaction easier, simpler and more intuitive.

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Your Ultimate Bunch of Free Web-Design Resources for 2018

These days your productivity equals your income for a number of jobs. Web designing is hardly an exclusion. The more projects you accomplish the more you earn. That’s why skilled web designers are scarcely trying to invent the wheel. They take advantage of websites offering gorgeous free web-design resources and they are not ashamed of this. Don’t know where to peek to pick on the best free resources on the web yet? We’ve got an answer for you as we’ve collected the ultimate bunch of free web-design resources for 2018.

Are you eager to save time working on the next project and further on? Join us and uncover the resources presented below.

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