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So, let’s get crackin’ with this weeks (December 1 – December 7, 2013) news roundup.
Yes, this week has some interesting articles from Web-Designer Arsenal. Here they are:
In this post, we unveil how the new blogging platform ghost can become much of a thing like wordpress, eventually forgetting it’s target of just being a blogging platform.
Struggling to keep visitors on your site ? One thing might be that they are unable to find information. And, the easiest solution is adding a search bar. And, the best of them all is Google custom search. And, here discover how to add it to your very own site.
yes, yes, we’re back with another series of web-designer trolls. And, this time, it’s another great dose for those of you designers sitting at your desks, bored out, having no fun. Watch, laugh and share with others.
That’s just about Web-Designer Arsenal.
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SOME NICE ARTICLES
Excerpt: Navigation, as crucial as it is to the user experience, is merely a means to an end — the end being to consume content. This is why users have very contrasting expectations about content and navigation. While content is supposed to be unique, surprising and exciting, navigating to it is supposed to be as simple and predictable as possible.
Excerpt: With Google search beginning to favour paid results, Richard Baxter explains how to optimise your site to reclaim that lost organic search traffic.
Excerpt: With the release of iOS7, Apple made the most significant changes to their application design guidelines to date. iOS7’s design language emphasizes a light, almost minimalist aesthetic approach to interface controls, including all the iconography used to label actions and views within an app.
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