The biggest design myth, debunked

The biggest design myth, debunked

Once upon a time, I did some work for my mother because I was going to do “a beautiful job” (her words). She thought I had a beautiful style and an eye for great design and liked to tell everyone how good I was. Unfortunately, my mother suffers from the belief that an age-old design myth is true. Here it is, debunked.

My twitter post favourites

My twitter post favourites

These are some of my favourite tweets, taken all the way back from 2010 when I first got my twitter account. Perhaps some of these tweets and posts will be useful to you. Fresh on SmashingMag: Organization Tips For Web Designers – http://bit.ly/9V3tBA (please...
Why a CTA (call-to-action) matters

Why a CTA (call-to-action) matters

In web design, a call-to-action usually comes in the form of a button, a banner, or another type of graphic or text that prompts a user to do something in order to enter a conversion funnel (the journey a consumer takes to navigate an internet ad, a search engine, or an e-commerce website in order to convert this journey to a sale). These call-to-actions actively aim to convert a visitor into a lead and then, definitely, into a customer/consumer. All the clicks generated by those call-to-actions are then compiled to measure the success of its click-through rate (CTR). S