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The digital industry has been unified for quite some time with the view that going responsive with your website is the best way to go. When designed and implemented correctly, it offers a seamless multi-device experience. Offering a great experience to your audience, no matter what device they’re using to access your website, is definitely the ultimate end goal - but in some situations, this was easier said than done.
Over the years of being a web designer, I have tried and tested countless apps and products for design, productivity, and workflow – here’s what I’m running on a daily basis since I became a freelance web designer.
I’ve tried so many email clients and never ...
Looking back 5 years, day dreaming about going freelance, I genuinely never thought I’d have the guts to do it. But here I sit. Just over 7 months (yes this post has been sitting here for a month or so) since I became a full-time freelance UI designer. Happier than I have been for a long time.
A/B testing for web design is quite simply what it says in the title – testing the design of version A (the current design) against version B (a new design or alteration). Splitting the site traffic to the separate layouts, then measuring the metrics you want to change, analyse which layout performs better and overall increases the UX.