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  • 51 SEO Tweaks that Can Help you Outsmart your competition in 2012

    Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and other social media sites may be the talk of the town, but that does not discount power of the punch that comes packed in the first page ranking in any of the 3 major search engines, particularly Google. Regardless of all the hoopla, traffic from search engine is still the holy grain in 2011.  SEO in 2012 is still relevant. You should, hence, pay a close attention to every word written in this article, as all of them have the capacity to take your dead webpage by its hand and pull it on the first page of Google. Each of the 51 SEO secret tips shared in this article are gold nuggets, which you will not like to slip out of your hand ...
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    Posted on: October 18th, 2011
  • Must Buy, Borrow, or Steal Books for Web Designers

    When I get passionate about a topic, I tend to search for the best material I can find on it in order to expand my knowledge further. Web design is no exception and this list represents the books I have found to be very useful. These are all books that I have actually read and most of which are sitting on my bookshelf right now. This list is a follow up to my article “Buy, Borrow, or Steal the Best Books to Get Ahead.” The links lead to the book’s amazon page and they have my associate id attached to them. Because I don’t have ads on this site I have to ask that if you like this list and decide to buy a book from amazon, please use my links as it would be ...
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    Posted on: September 19th, 2010
  • 35 Ways to Design the Comments Form

    [caption id="attachment_33" align="alignnone" width="150" caption="comment form"][/caption] If you are a regular reader here, you know that I put a lot of emphasis on paying attention to blog design elements that usually don’t get much attention at all like comment designs. The comments form is another one of the blog design elements that usually ends up getting rushed at the end. There really is no right or wrong way to design a comments form as long as you pay attention to basic usability guidelines. The following are 37 ways other blog designers have designed their comments form: 1. 404 User Experience Design 2. Adii 3. Renaissance ...
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    Posted on: September 19th, 2010
  • Designing a blog is easy

    Introduction The secret is that you don’t have to hire an expensive blog designer to have a great blog redesign. While it certainly helps and makes the process much easier if you had one to work with, it would still be your responsibility in order to set the overall guidelines for the blog redesign. You need to have a direction when working towards a redesign of your blog. Without any direction you will just end up with a prettier blog (hopefully), which is fun, but does not guarantee that it will make your blog any better. A great blog redesign starts with a plan. In order to put together a plan for your redesign, you must first reassess your goals, then figur...
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    Posted on: September 19th, 2010
  • Top Inspiring Mobile Web Design Examples, Tips, Techniques, Samples For Mobile Web Designer

    Mobile web design might not be your cup of tea but it is the latest trend that is too powerful to ignore. Just look around you and you will be in for a surprise. People are now finding mobile surfing more comfortable, easy and convenient than carrying their hefty laptop or so-called slimy netbook as the later option is almost next to impossible when you are on the fly. This is what has propelled the popularity of mobile web design in every sphere of our lives. But there are innumerable varieties of mobile phones available on the market, so how can you design a mobile website that will appeal to universal audience. Now, there is no simple answer to this problem and t...
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    Posted on: September 19th, 2010
  • 5 Lousy Habits That Can Kill Your Website Design Career

    The task of a website designer has never been easy. He needs to be full of creative juice and he should be able to work under extreme pressure no matter what. Certainly, a demanding career but at the same time it is utterly satisfying and probably this is the reason why creative people never shy away from this profession despite extreme workload and challenges. So, you are determined to pursue your career in website design industry but there are some dos and don’ts that you should remain aware of at any cost. Here in this article, we are going to share some practices that can ruin your chance of getting to the top. Lets check out what can hurt your prospects: ...
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    Posted on: September 19th, 2010
  • Two Schools of Thought to 404 Error Page Designs

    There appear to be two schools of thought when it comes to 404 error page design. The first, as exemplified by Apple and BMI, present the 404 page as a standard page within the regular site template Apple 404 page Twitter 404 page I've always appreciated the creativity that can go into the design of the 'independent' style of 404 pages and I would love to use my sites' 404 pages as a sort of creative 'easter egg' for someone who has the misfortune to arrive on them. However, I've held back from doing so because I feel that error pages which fit within the overall site design are more user-friendly. They make it easier for the visitor to corre...
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    Posted on: September 18th, 2010
  • Your Home Page is NOT Your Website

    However, while I wholeheartedly agree with the overall point he is making, the issue is not that …too many marketers and communicators are destroying whatever credibility their homepages have left with customers by filling them with useless graphics and meaningless words. While this may have been true a few years ago, the majority of web teams have moved beyond happy, smiling faces and marketing jargon to creating home pages that are useful and engaging. The problem is simply that there is an undue emphasis on a website's home page relative to the attention it receives from its users. This is not surprising given that this is the main page by which the web tea...
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    Posted on: September 18th, 2010
  • How to make an awesome logo

    How To Use Colour In Logo Design To Effectively Communicate The Right Message When studying colour theory we are given an understanding of the colour wheel and the harmonious relationships that can be forged between these brothers of reflecting light… It is here that we are given a cheat sheet on how to use colour effectively to communicate the right message. Below we use this knowledge to go behind the scenes of colour theory in logo design while looking at various case studies of logo designs that use these principles. Enjoy. The Colour Wheel – Our Cheat Sheet. This wheel, that shows the relationships of colours, is a handy little tool to understand. ...
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    Posted on: September 18th, 2010
  • Choosing the Domain Name

    Your Domain Name Should Be Your Website Name Naming your site after your domain may seem obvious to some of you, but you'll be surprised to learn that not every website is named after the domain name even when the webmaster owns that domain name. Naming a site after its domain name is important, for the simple reason that when people think of your website, they'll think of it by name. If your name is also your URL, they'll automatically know where to go. For example, when people think of webquestdesigners.com, they don't have to wonder what URL to type into their browser to get there. The name of the site is also the URL. Imagine if your business (or website) ...
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    Posted on: September 18th, 2010
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