Articles by Six Revisions

  • 12 Brackets Extensions That Will Make Your Life Easier

    By Jacob Gube Brackets is a great source code editor for web designers and front-end web developers. It has a ton of useful features out of the box. You can make your Brackets experience even better by using extensions. These Brackets extensions will help make your web design and front-end web development workflow a little […]

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  • Why User Experience Matters to Marketing

    User experience, also known as UX, is made up of many moving parts that allow it to positively impact how users feel when they visit your website. Without a positive user experience, your marketing tactics can be affected, so it’s important to understand what exactly makes for a great UX design. In this post, we’ll […]

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  • 10 Inspiring “Contact Us” Pages

    Your company’s website serves many purposes, like explaining your services, highlighting your successes, and building your brand. But most important of all, it helps visitors become customers. But in many cases, those visitors need to get in touch with you before making a purchase. And for that to happen, you’ll need a compelling “Contact Us” […]

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  • How to Fix (and Avoid) Traffic Drops after a Website Redesign

    No matter how state-of-the-art your company’s website may have seemed when you first launched it, there comes a time when every site can benefit from a redesign. Given the multitude of algorithm changes than happen each year, and regular shifts in consumer Internet use, it can be nearly impossible for an outdated website to deliver […]

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  • 5 Ways Web Design Impacts Customer Experience

    Web design is one of the most important parts of any Internet marketing strategy. It has a huge impact on the digital customer experience in several different ways. Your site’s aesthetics, usability, any other crucial factors are essential to your company’s long-term online success. But how dramatically does it actually impact your bottom line? In […]

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  • 11 Sites to Help You Find Material Design Inspiration

    By Jacob Gube Material design is a robust and flexible design system that you’ll enjoy using in your projects. Here’s a list of sites that will give you a near-endless supply of material design examples that you can draw inspiration from. MaterialUp Material Design Showcase Made with Material Material Design Awards Dribbble: Material Design Behance: […]

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  • How to Choose a Navigation Setup

    Do you want users to spend time on your site and stick around long enough to convert? If so, it’s essential that your content is easy to navigate. If finding information is difficult, users will likely become frustrated and leave, in search of a site that provides a better user experience. A website that is […]

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  • How Web Design Impacts Content Marketing

    The design a company chooses impacts how a potential consumer perceives them. From color choice to style, different elements add up to create a first impression. This means that bad design – or lack of design – can have potential customers closing the browser and seeking other businesses. As a result, your company’s design can […]

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  • Why User Experience Matters to Marketing

    User experience, also known as UX, is made up of many moving parts that allow it to positively impact how users feel when they visit your website. Without a positive user experience, your marketing tactics can be affected, so it’s important to understand what exactly makes for a great UX design. In this post, we’ll […]

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  • 5 Ways Web Design Impacts Customer Experience

    Web design is one of the most important parts of any Internet marketing strategy. It has a huge impact on the digital customer experience in several different ways. Your site’s aesthetics, usability, any other crucial factors are essential to your company’s long-term online success. But how dramatically does it actually impact your bottom line? In […]

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  • Apple Mobile Device Management Made Easy with Bushel

    This content is sponsored via Syndicate Ads. Bushel is a mobile device management (MDM) solution for the iPads, iPhones, and Macs in your workplace. Bushel is developed by JAMF Software, creators of IT solutions for the Apple platform. Without a mobile device management system, the responsibility of setting up, tracking, managing, and securing all the […]

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  • A Guide to Technology Stacks (Infographic)

    Sponsored by This infographic was first published on The Software Guild. It has been republished here with permission from its creators. A technology stack or tech stack for short refers to a set of technologies, software, and tools that are used in the development and deployment of sites, apps, and other digital products. For example, a […]

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  • Electronic Signatures with eversign

    This content was sponsored by eversign. The long-established way of getting documents signed is a huge headache. It simply isnt good. This is how we commonly handle signatures on a document: We send out the document that needs to be signed via email, snail mail, or fax. (Does anyone still use fax?) The recipient prints […]

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  • 5 Reasons You Need a Design Book Collection

    While the design and art industries have quickly skewed towards the digital realms in the last couple of decades, that doesn’t mean printed work is down for the count. On the contrary, there’s just something about feeling a page in your hands and seeing a clear un-pixelated image or smelling the printer’s inks that will […]

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  • When to Use rel=”nofollow”

    Assigning the rel=”nofollow” attribute to a link informs search engines that the link is commercial in nature, or that it’s a link you don’t endorse. Links that have the the rel=”nofollow” attribute are often called nofollow links. Just so we’re on the same page, here’s an example of a link that uses the rel=”nofollow” attribute: […]

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  • The World’s Most Beautifully Designed Subway Maps

    Designing metro transit route maps is possibly one of the most challenging graphic design jobs one can have. These maps need to be legible, communicative, and almost universal — especially if designing for one of the world’s most visited and travelled cities. If you’ve ever travelled to a foreign city and have had to use […]

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  • 4 Tips to Simplify Your Web Design

    Simplicity can be a valuable asset, especially when it comes to web design. Simplicity makes websites look sleek, reduces navigation confusion, and it helps achieve the desired goals and results (i.e., more signups, subscribers, and sales) in the most efficient way possible. But too often, simplicity eludes many of us designers in our attempts at […]

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  • 5 Reasons Why it’s Good to Be a Beginner Designer

    For many, it’s understandable to want to fast-forward through all the rookie mistakes and the fumbles at the beginning of our careers. We all want to be great designers and creatives right away. But there’s something to be said about being a beginner that you just can’t get when you have a few notches under […]

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  • 20 “Coming Soon” Pages for Inspiration

    Even if your site is still months away from being ready for launch, you should put up a “coming soon” page as soon as possible. A “coming soon” page can help you collect user information, like email addresses and feedback/suggestions. It can therefore help you build buzz and a base of early adopters prior to […]

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  • Which A/B Testing Tool Should You Use?

    When visitors arrive on your company’s website, you want them to take action. Depending on your business, that “action” may be many different things, from filling out a contact form to making a purchase. Regardless, you should improve your site to make converting as easy as possible for your visitors. The best way to do […]

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