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Fresh on Noupe.com | Brain-Friendly Web Design 101 - The human brain works in a way that you can’t ignore if you want your design to be successful. Brain-friendly web design is what determines success and failure, so don’t take it lightly. As an experienced designer, you know that your designs cannot be judged purely by aesthetic taste. Luckily, especially when it comes to creating big designs, like e-commerce websites, user test procedures have become the standard. Even though we know the ...
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Fresh on Noupe.com | Helper Duo for Web Designers: Htmlreference.io and CSSreference.io - All of us have large references of our favorite tech publishers in our shelves, and we know the monumental guide sites à la SelfHTML and others. Oftentimes, we wouldn’t even need the massive encyclopedia, as a slim helper would suffice to do the trick. Just checking something real quick. What was that again? For this exact purpose, there are two visual helpers for HTML and CSS. Both were made in the sa...
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Fresh on Noupe.com | Future Fonts: Typefaces Under Development - The supply of premium fonts is increasing constantly. Aside from the big suppliers, such as Linotype and MyFonts, lots of new foundries with new, mostly unknown designers come to life. Although the prices of fonts vary depending on the provider and the designer, you may invest quite a bit to get yourself a certain arsenal of fonts. Purchasing Fonts Under Development The foundry Future Fonts sports a very interesting approach. ...
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Fresh on Noupe.com | Tooltip Design: Useful Microinteractions for a Learning Effect - Microinteractions are your website’s most important UI elements. Tooltips are a part of that, but they require even more diligence in terms of conception and realization. In the end, the microinteractions are what makes the difference between a good and a bad website. In times where basic design becomes increasingly more similar, a distinction is mainly achieved via details. If your website is hard to use,...
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Fresh on Noupe.com | DIY Tutorials (Not Just) for Web Designers: Create Explainer Videos Easily - You find creating explainer videos tempting, but don’t think you can do it? Well, you’re a web designer, and I’m sure you’ve already made a few animated design elements come to life. There’s room for improvement, and it’s called mysimpleshow. Quickly Create Explainer Videos With mysimpleshow We all know these animated tutorials where someone manually slides pictograms and illustrations into the...
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Fresh on Noupe.com | How WebP Increases Your Web Performance - Web performance is a ranking factor. Thus, you need to connect an appealing layout with high-speed delivery. Latency is your enemy. There’s a whole bunch of measures for that purpose. Today, we want to point your attention towards image optimization using WebP. Here at Noupe, you’ll find lots of material on the topic “increasing web performance. Especially for WordPress users, I highly recommend our five-part series on performan...
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Fresh on Noupe.com | What Are Progressive Web Apps and Why Should You Care? - It’s spring of 2018. This is the year where progressive web apps are expected to finally establish themselves. If you have yet to look into the topic, it’s about time you do so. We’ll help you with that. The Increasing Mobile Web Usage Threatens the Open Standards We can’t deny it. We notice it looking at ourselves and others. Usage of the web is shifting more and more towards mobile devices. Here, native apps, wh...
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Fresh on Noupe.com | Fade to Grey: Will Headless Browsers Kill Web Design? - Is the browser as we know it today a phase-out model? Can we use the web without it? The answer to the second question is a clear yes. Will headless browsers kill web design? Headless Browser: UI Without UI Headless browsers have been around for about ten years now. They are applications based on the standard rendering engines (Chrome, Webkit, Gecko), and can display web content without actually displaying it. They...
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Fresh on Noupe.com | eCommerce: Can Taxonomies be Pretty? Yes, They Can! - Everyone is talking about content marketing. Many of us even create content “en masse.” Some hire so-called influencers for that. Way too often, the effect fades away quickly, as the material simply drowns in an unkind display. But why do they always have to be published in separate blogs, instead of being presented in conjunction with the offers? Are the shop systems and CMS that bad? Or is it a lack of imagination ...
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Fresh on Noupe.com | Typography for Everyone Makes Texts Much Easier to Read - If you, as a page owner, think you didn’t have to care about typography, you’re wrong. The legibility of your texts also depends on the typography. Thus, in the following article, I want to cover this typography for everyone. Naturally, typography has always been one of the most important elements in classic design. When studying graphic design or related subjects, typography becomes part of your daily routine fr...
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