Web designers are always on the lookout for tools to help them be more productive. I’ve gathered ten of the best tools for increasing your productivity and improving your workflow. From time trackers to to-do list managers, these apps will surely save you time.
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If you’re a web designer, you’ve probably fired up Photoshop once or twice (or ten thousand times). Saving time in your workflow should always be a goal because time is money, right? Check out these 6 great tips for saving time in Photoshop and start churning out projects more efficiently.
Determining a website’s popularity can be beneficial when you’re looking for areas of growth or sizing up the competition. Use these 10+ tools to help determine a website’s popularity and figure out if your site has a Rockstar status that you can show off to your friends.
Globalization is one of the biggest business buzzwords of the 21st century. Companies of all sizes can operate internationally, thanks to the advent of the Internet era and affordable methods of online marketing, communications and networking. With this in mind, there are several points worth observing when building a website for an international audience.
There’s been quite the uproar from the design community in the last few years over the phenomenon known as crowdsourcing. Hailed to be the answer for cheap, easy design projects for businesses, crowdsourcing is the process of sending out design requests to a large number of designers with the expectation to pick from finished work rather than pitches or proposals. Dozens, if not hundreds, of designers “compete” to win a bid based solely on their best guess at what the client requires from their brief. This article looks at one instance where a designer can benefit from the crowdsourcing model.
When the urge to redesign hits, take time to consider what’s best for your website: an all out makeover or simple, calculated tweaks? This article examines both and helps you decide.
A handy tool for making any website printer friendly with only a few clicks. Introducing the Printliminator from CSS Tricks.