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5 Common Design Mistakes on Navigation Bar Buttons

5 Common Design Mistakes on Navigation Bar Buttons

The navigation bar is one of the most important elements on a site. Users rely on it to find the content they need.

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Squarespace: Build a Beautiful Site in Half the Time

Squarespace: Build a Beautiful Site in Half the Time

Who wants to install software, apply security patches and manage bandwidth when starting a site? Nobody. Squarespace is your all-in-one solution that removes these headaches.

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8 Best Job Boards for UX Designers

8 Best Job Boards for UX Designers

Finding a job as a UX designer is no easy task if you don’t know where to look. There are many job search sites, but many of them display cluttered and hard to read results.

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Depositphotos: Download Pro Stock Photos for Any Project

Depositphotos: Download Pro Stock Photos for Any Project

A professional website should not only include exceptional content but great photos as well. Photography has become more important than ever in web design, advertising and social media.

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Why Your Form Only Needs One Name Field

Why Your Form Only Needs One Name Field

Does your form have two separate fields for first name and last name? If it does, you are making it harder for users to fill out your form. But there’s a better way.

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JotForm 4.0: Build Forms Anywhere, Anytime

JotForm 4.0: Build Forms Anywhere, Anytime

Forms are hard to manage if you don’t have coding experience. You often have to go through the developer to edit form elements and widgets.

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The Conversion Rate Illusion of Modal Newsletter Forms

The Conversion Rate Illusion of Modal Newsletter Forms

Ever visit a site and had a modal window newsletter form pop up in your face? Of course you have, they’re all over the web today.

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Loop11: Online Usability Testing in Minutes

Loop11: Online Usability Testing in Minutes

Are you making the best design decisions on your site? If you don’t know how users are using your site, you probably aren’t.

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Progress Bars vs. Spinners: When to Use Which

Progress Bars vs. Spinners: When to Use Which

How would you feel if you asked someone at the store where an item was and they just stood there? You would probably get frustrated and move on.

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Why Formatted Data Fields Always Need Input Masks

Why Formatted Data Fields Always Need Input Masks

In the world of forms, there are two types of data input found on text fields. There’s data input that has no format (characters only).

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