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2Design Web was established in 2002. Early days had us build from scratch a proprietary website content management system called Siteblocks® and it “filled a need” within the business community. At the time, WordPress, Joomla, and other open-source content management systems were not as trusted and popular as they are today. Today 2Design Web assesses the needs of our clients and their wish lists to provide the right toolsets producing the best online presence. It could be a CMS tool like WordPress, a custom one of a kind website, integrating an application like a full photogallery, blog, conference app...
In 2008 2Design Web was selected as one of the 10 finalists by DELL Canada in the Dell Canada Small Business Excellence Award.
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For the designers and interested clients out there, below are some recent 2Design Web blog posts and a few articles on trends in the web design industry.
After a few years of designing products for clients, I began to feel fatigued. I wondered why. Turns out, I’d been chasing metric after metric. “Increase those page views!” “Help people spend more time in the app!” And it kept coming. Still, something was missing. I knew that meeting goals was part of what a designer does, but I could see how my work could easily become commoditized and less fulfilling unless something changed.
I thought of how bored I’d be if I kept on that path. I needed to build some guiding principles that would help me find my place in design. These principles would help grow and would shape my career in a way that fits me best.
The post Giving Your Product A Soul appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
One of the most popular children's television heroes here in the Czech Republic isThe Little Mole, an innocent, speechless and cheerful creature who helps other animals in the forest.
TV heroes often fight against people who destroy their natural environment. When watching The Little Mole with my kids, I sometimes picture him as a mobile website user. Do you want to know why?
The post How To Poison The Mobile User appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Editor’s note:So you’ve attended a conference, listened to some truly inspiring talks, made quite a few valuable connections, maybe even attended a hands-on workshop and learned a thing or two. What now? How do you bring back the new knowledge and ideas and connections to your team and to your work? This article highlights a practical strategy of getting there without much effort. With SmashingConf Barcelonataking place next week, we thought this article would come in handy.
Have you ever been to a conference with top speakers, awesome people to network with and such a great energy that you got fired up andcouldn’t wait to get home to start applyingeverything you’ve learned? How do things look two weeks later? Did you implement all of that learning into action? How about two months later? Were you still taking action on that knowledge?
The post How To Transform Your Next Conference Takeaways Into Real-Life Results appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
As people working in front of a screen all day, we often struggle to find the right balance. I’m not talking about work-life balance alone here, but of how our life that is completely virtual during the day often causes us to not take real life into account.
We tend to forget thatour bodies need something else than coding all day. And we need to take care of our fellow human beings in real life as well. Just think about this number: The average US person will spend over 9 hours in front of a screentoday. Time to become more aware of how we can keep the balance between the virtual and the real world.
The post Web Development Reading List #155: On JSPerf, Client Hints, And Keeping The Balance appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Icons are an essential part of many user interfaces, visually expressing objects, actions and ideas. When done correctly, they communicate the core idea and intent of a product or action, and they bring a lot of nice benefits to user interfaces, such assaving screen real estateand enhancing aesthetic appeal. Last but not least, most apps and websites have icons. It's a design pattern that is familiar to users.
Despite these advantages, icons can cause usability problems when designers hide functionality behind icons that are hard to recognize. An icon's first job is toguide users to where they need to go, and in this article we'll see what it takes to make that possible. If you want to take a go at creating your own icons, you can download and test Adobe'sExperience Design CCfor free and get started right away.
The post Icons As Part Of A Great User Experience appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Many apps today, such as Google Now, Spotify and Amazon, make assumptions about user preferences based on personal data. They may even use this information to make decisions on our behalf, without any direct input from us. For example, Facebook tailors your news feed and Amazon recommends products — both hiding "irrelevant" information and only showing what theythinkyou will like.
This type of design pattern, where user choice is removed, has recently been coined "anticipatory design". Its aim is to leverage data on user behavior to automate the decision-making process in user interfaces. The outcome lowers the excessive number of decisions people currently make, thereby reducing decision fatigue and improving decisions overall.
The post How To Build Honest UIs And Help Users Make Better Decisions appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
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