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Top 5 Web Design Trends For 2015 | Infographic

Top 5 Web Design Trends For 2015 | Infographic | WebsiteDesign | Scoop.it

Is your website ready for 2015? Here are 5 of the new trends to look out for in the coming year. From Mobile Focus, Interactive, Flat, Simple, and Single Page Designs – stay ahead of the curve and get on trend for the New Year. Our easy to follow visual guide will show you the way. 


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Tony Guzman's curator insight, January 29, 2015 9:55 AM

This infographic shares five trends in web design for this year.

Nedko Aldev's curator insight, March 5, 2015 4:25 AM

 

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Scott Wachtel's curator insight, March 13, 2015 4:05 PM

Major points are spot on. if you're not optimized for mobile reach you are limiting your exposure and potential income.

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How DESIGN TREND Is Your Ecom Website Going Into The Holidays? [Infographic]

How DESIGN TREND Is Your Ecom Website Going Into The Holidays? [Infographic] | WebsiteDesign | Scoop.it
A infographic featuring web design trends for 2013 created by Enfuzed. This is the original!

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Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, October 13, 2013 1:13 AM

If your Ecom webstie isn't responsive, doesn't have great content and isn't social....well good luck with that and be sue to send a card from where you end up in Jaunuary :).

Intriguing Networks's curator insight, October 14, 2013 2:26 PM

Design trends to track when considering web development and enhancements for your year end marketing

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10 Tips To Build A Responsive Website [Infographic]

10 Tips To Build A Responsive Website [Infographic] | WebsiteDesign | Scoop.it

Want your website to look great on smartphones, tablets, PCs and even TVs? Learn how to go fully responsive.


The Web and the mobile browsers remain one of the top ways that users interact with websites and if they have trouble on their smartphone, there is a good chance they are not coming back.

That’s where responsive design can help.

Responsive design is a concept where you build your website once and then format it so it can adapt to any screen size that accesses it. Designers use HTML5 and CSS to build the sites and set parameters so the content will resize itself whether the user is in vertical or horizontal viewing mode, on a tablet, desktop or smartphone or even a screen as large as a television...


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Filipe MS Bento's curator insight, April 18, 2013 10:30 AM

Excelent infografic (as graphic as you can get!):

Susan Myburgh's curator insight, April 18, 2013 6:09 PM

Wonderful - clear and brief.

Cori Zuppo's curator insight, April 21, 2013 9:23 PM

Right on!

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The impact of Colour in Logo Design [Infographic]

The impact of Colour in Logo Design [Infographic] | WebsiteDesign | Scoop.it

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Most Popular WordPress Plugins [Infographic]

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The Intricate Anatomy Of A Web Designer [Infographic]

The Intricate Anatomy Of A Web Designer [Infographic] | WebsiteDesign | Scoop.it

Thinking about becoming a web designer? Before you make that decision, look at this recent study about the anatomy of a web designer and then decide.

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Top SEO Tips Straight From the Industry Experts [INFOGRAPHIC]

Top SEO Tips Straight From the Industry Experts [INFOGRAPHIC] | WebsiteDesign | Scoop.it
Read some tips about how to be an SEO super star from top industry experts.


Once upon a time (the past hundred years or so), in a land not far from here (all of our respective doorsteps), lived the concept of "yellow books."


These books were not like other books you may stumble upon. They were fat and heavy, dirtied your fingers, and configured your eyes into a permanent squint-mode with their tiny type. These yellow books were dangerous creatures, indeed.


How else could consumers find what the businesses they were looking for, though? Well fortunately, the consumer search landscape has drastically transformed since then. Instead of flipping pages, we type. Instead of squinting our eyes for the right match, search engines do the matching work for us. In this new world of search -- new in the grand scheme of things, at least -- it's critical for businesses to understand how to properly optimize their online presence for search.

To help you master SEO, we rallied some of the top experts in the industry to help clearly explain how to tackle every aspect of SEO.


These experts come from various SEO companies, and all have a vested interest in the art of organic search optimization. Check out their expert tips in this infographic (which you can feel free to embed on your own website using the embed code below), and then have a look here for a quick explanation of what these tips mean for your search marketing strategy. You can also download the complete 61-page guide, Learning SEO from the Experts, to learn more from them.


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Web Design History & Transformation Through The Years [Infographic]

Web Design History & Transformation Through The Years [Infographic] | WebsiteDesign | Scoop.it

In a new infographic from All Web Design Info, we get to take a look at web design history and how the Internet has evolved since it was first introduced to us.


The World Wide Web got introduced to the general public as late as in the 1990s. It feels like it’s been a lot longer since I started using this highly creative way of sharing, innovating and connecting. However, the Internet’s web design history is really fresh compared to many other things we are still using today.


HTML has become the backbone of the Internet itself, and it is apparently in its fourth generation right now. Many new and more effective languages have been added since HTML became popular, but it still serves as one of the main keys to creating a visually stunning and user friendly website. The second generation of the HTML language was introduced in order to stop confusion about the tags available. People had started to add their own tags, so between 1992 and 1994 the second generation of HTML was put together to unify the language and make it more simple.


Today, HTML 5 is becoming more and more popular, and it looks like many of the features that previously we were only able to include through Java, Javascript and so forth have been injected into the HTML 5 batch enabling more creativity without having to involve other languages. This ultimately makes the work easier for any web developer and designer. Only the collective developers and designers know what web design history will be written in the future since they are the ones who together invent features and approaches that in the future will require simpler implementations.

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How to Improve Google Page Quality Scores

How to Improve Google Page Quality Scores | WebsiteDesign | Scoop.it
How to Improve Google Adwords Quality Scores...

Google always wants to make sure that the most qualified pages are showing up in their queries. This makes sure that users get the most relevant sites regarding content, combined with the best navigation and ease of use. Its quality score is an estimation of how relevant your landing page, keywords, and ads are to the keyword you’re targeting. It also relates to the people viewing your content, where your ad will be located on the page, and how much Google is going to charge you for your ad location.
High quality scores (7-10) result when Google deems your landing page, keywords, and ads as something worthwhile for people to check out. It means that each of these things are useful and highly relevant to the keywords you’ve purchased. The great thing about high quality scores is that they lower your click costs.
Low quality scores (1-5) happen when the same sources mentioned above is held in low-esteem by Google, because it regards your site as non targeted or irrelevant to viewers.
Keywords are essential to your quality score, and some effective ways to use keywords to your benefit are: keyword choice, grouping similar words together, and selecting the right amount. Your ads should be highly targeted, and make sure your landing page is based on these three factors: relevant and original targeted content, transparency, and ease of navigation...


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7 Tips on How to Break Through the Most Common Creative Barriers (Infographic)

7 Tips on How to Break Through the Most Common Creative Barriers (Infographic) | WebsiteDesign | Scoop.it

"It is not uncommon for many of us to have thoughts and ideas rustling around in our heads with the inability to get them out onto paper. This is referred to as a creative barrier or block, which most of us have become all too familiar with at one time or another.

This graphic is filled with tips that will help you in getting out of your creative rut and back into the swing of things."


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Ken Morrison's comment, August 1, 2012 11:00 AM
It is interesting that two of these deal with confidence. I agree that it is important to avoid throwing out good ideas. We all have to sell. Even the best ideas don't sell themselves.
Ken