Craig Baldwin

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21 Jan: How to Get Started with the MVP Workflow

Few things are more important to a web designer or developer’s chances of success than having the proper workflow. The term “workflow” applies to the set of standardized steps you or your company uses to create, test, and deploy designs or products. Over the years, as development processes have evolved, so too have the workflows […]
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19 Jan: 10 Top WordPress Themes for 2022

If you’re looking for a WordPress theme for your 2022 projects, it never hurts to see what the experts consider to be the best of the bunch. That’s not to say that experts don’t have their favorites. They often do, and we are no different. We’ve tried, successfully, we believe, to avoid any biases we […]
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18 Jan: The Case Against UX Testing

Picture a dark office, blinds drawn. Picture a UX designer smoking a cigar. See the light filtered through the smoke whipped to fog by a spinning ceiling fan. Watch as the UX designer sits at a desk and considers the website. The UX designer has devised a series of tests to determine if a green […]
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17 Jan: Popular Design News of the Week: January 10, 2022 – January 16, 2022

Every day design fans submit incredible industry stories to our sister-site, Webdesigner News. Our colleagues sift through it, selecting the very best stories from the design, UX, tech, and development worlds and posting them live on the site. The best way to keep up with the most important stories for web professionals is to subscribe […]
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15 Jan: Quiz: Are You Prepped For Meeting Design Clients?

Walking into an initial meeting with a new client can be nerve-wracking. If you’re a freelancer, your income could depend on the outcome; if you’re part of an agency, then your colleagues’ incomes could rely on it too. More often than not, you’re meeting someone successful enough at negotiating to own a company. The time […]
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13 Jan: How I Saved My Design Agency & Tripled My Profits

There was a point at which I was very close to losing my business, and I didn’t realize how close. I wasn’t always a good planner, and I didn’t plan to start an agency. One day I was a freelance graphic designer, my job list grew, I hired some help, and suddenly I was managing […]
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11 Jan: 3 Essential Design Trends, January 2022

Happy New Year, fabulous new website design trends! This month’s design trends are a collection of the somewhat unexpected – from NFT website design to large text to illustrations; you won’t see a single photo or video here. Here’s what’s trending in design this month. NFT Websites This website design trend has more to do […]
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08 Jan: 5 Brilliant Ways to Tackle Designer’s Block

If you are a designer and have never dealt with designer’s block, you are probably a superhero. For us mortals, designer’s block is a pretty common problem. There are occasions when we sit in front of our screen, and our creativity just evaporates. I have spent many hours trying to get rid of this annoying […]
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06 Jan: The Top 5 Form Types to Use in Your Web Design 

There are a lot of factors that contribute to a better user experience on a website. Pages need to load quickly to give users peace of mind and efficiency. Navigation must be clear and straightforward, with direct pathways for visitors to follow when finding your contact pages, blog posts, and products. Your colors need to […]
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04 Jan: 5 Big Web Design Predictions for 2022

Every year, at this time, blogs like this one like to try and predict what’s going to happen in the year ahead. It’s a way of drawing a line under the archive and starting afresh. A rejuvenation that, as humans, we find life-affirming. Ten years ago, I would have had high confidence in these predictions […]
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