Jared Spool knows how to throw one heck of a conference. Which is why we’re so excited to offer $300 off his 2015 UX Mobile Immersion event in Salt Lake City on April 13 - 15!
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Where’s the web headed? We spoke to Amsterdam Mobile Specialist and UX Strategist Isaac Huijink to find out current trends in the world of mobile and user experience and his thoughts on what lays beyond the world of responsive.
Responsive web design emerged in response to one simple fact: the web experience no longer happens exclusively or even primarily on the desktop. Check out Mike’s advice on why companies should go responsive and some practical tips on how to go…
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It’s a new year, which means it’s time to put some fresh goodies into your creative toolbox. Crunched for space? Not to worry, none of these will take up much room on your browser, book shelf, or hard drive.
Cold enough for ya? Here’s the perfect way to warm up: check out last month’s hottest design and development shares, then pass them along to your whole social network. Collected by our Digital Zookeeper, they’re the perfect way to ensure you…
Mix a little seasonal downtime with any of these design and development tools and you’ve got the perfectly festive Digital Cocktail (please enjoy responsibly). Happy holidays!
On our recent Facebook poll we asked what YOU thought was the single most beautiful new or redesigned site in 2014. Without any further ado, here are the results are in from our incredibly (un)scientific survey!
With nine different shows in nine cities, it was hard to limit ourselves to picking just nine of our favorite moments from the 2014 An Event Apart shows, but here we go!
From stunning typography to flat design and infinite scrolling to video backgrounds, we saw more than our share of design and development trends in both new and relaunched sites this year. What was YOUR favorite site?