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Posts Tagged ‘web design’

Web Development Myths to Avoid

When you decide to become a web developer, you become passionate and joyful about what you could do and become until you begin to hear a large amount of irrational arguments and long-standing myths which will threaten your desire to become a developer. These myths are just what they are – myths. Designed to lead […]

A/B Split Testing: A Beginner’s Guide

After countless hours of agonizing design work, image sourcing, and copywriting, your website is finally live and open for visitors. At this point, you may think you’ve done all you can do to make your website a success. But unless you have zero expectations for your website’s performance, your work is far from finished. It […]

Things to Consider When Hiring a Web Developer

A web developer plays a vital role in website development. This makes them one of your most critical hires to complete the team. After all, entrusting your website and projects to someone could be a little tricky, if not too risky. In general, it is very important that you hire the right talent from the […]

Tips for Improving Website User Experience

Your website is much more than just a platform to advertise your services or products. In fact, for many customers, it’s the primary point of contact between themselves and your business, outside of your actual physical, bricks-and-mortar shop or service centre. It is therefore vital that your customers have a pleasant user experience both at […]

Tips for Dealing with Difficult Web Design Clients

Almost every web designer has dealt with stubborn and overbearing clients who keep making unreasonable demands. Handling such clients is usually a very frustrating and tricky experience. You could choose to give them a piece of your mind and end up losing their business. Alternatively, you could adopt a more diplomatic approach and maintain the […]