A/B testing, split testing, randomized controlled experiments, online controlled experiments – what do all these word combinations tell you? UX designers are surely aware that all of the enumerated terms have the same meaning; nevertheless, let’s clear up the matter for the rest of the readers. Actually, the explanation is rather simple: split testing is a specialized method of marketing research, which uses random experiments offering a limited choice of two A and B options. In web development, marketing and user experience design, the test is mainly aimed on highlighting the amendments that should be inserted into web pages (banners, advertisements, newsletters and so on) to augment the traffic, click-through or conversion rates.
Have you ever felt the need to escape this world and its rules? Have you ever imagined how it would it be like if your dreams came true? Literally speaking. How would it be like if you’d live in a universe where you’d swim through the clouds, and fly above the ocean? Well, I’d really like to know that too, but I can’t seem to find the secret magic formula.
But there’s there’s also some good news: being a creative individual you can use your imagination to create a different world, your own wonderful world where you step in through your graphic design artworks. Whenever you want to escape from reality, let your work become the window to your universe where there isn’t any restriction or limit.
Since Microsoft launched the unique Metro UI, the market has been flooded with design resources created in this particular style, meant to help designers adapt to this emerging trend. Our friends from Freepik wanted to do just that, so they created this amazing flat user interface kit and are giving it away for free, through the Inky Deals website.
Designers once believed that more equaled better. More options, more graphics and more words meant a more qualified and impressive portfolio. Providing your audience with this type of sensory overload can still have its place with the right company or product, but designers are now discovering that going the opposite direction can make an even bigger impact.
There are a few styles and themes in graphic design that seem to never go out of fashion. Of course, sometimes it’s just a matter of personal taste, but we can’t help but notice that even though time goes by, styles change, currents come and go and so on, some things survive all of these and manage to keep themselves on top of our preferences.
Music is an important part in most people’s lives regardless of our gender, race, cultural background and so on. Either you enjoy listening to music on the train, bus, at home, in the club or when walking down the streets, singing in the shower or wherever else possible, we all love music in our own ways.
And since music is clearly so present in our lives, it’s no wonder that many graphic design projects you will have along the way will be music-related.
Hey, guys! It’s time for our weekly inspiration share and, since last week we talked about American Flag Designs and that’s pretty much the biggest holiday we’ll be having this month, I decided to talk to you today about…us.
I mean, not us-us. But about us as people. People graphic designs are very often met, all kinds of designers love making them because they look so cool in the end and they can be used in lots of purposes, especially in merchandise.
There are a lot of great websites out there for finding color inspiration, and each has a specific niche. Taken together, this list should fulfill all your searching needs, whether that means getting your imagination recharged by a variety of images, finding great stock or free photos, or making the perfect set of color palettes.
Politics is a very important aspect of our day-to-day lives, even though we are not equally involved in it. But it’s a fact that we all are. Even those who claim not be interested at all in it. They’re just lying to themselves, don’t worry. And to the ones who disagree with what I’m saying, I dare you to start a discussion about politics while hanging out with people, whenever, wherever you want. And then let me know how that went.
If I were to name one thing that never goes out of fashion in graphic design, I would most probably say floral vectors. And why would they? Floral vectors are awesome, they look great in almost any design project you could possibly have, whether it’s about seasons or holidays, and if they also have a little vintage twist, even better.
Inky, the mascot of our sister website Inky Deals is back with another design bundle, this time dedicated to web designers and developers from all over the world. You probably noticed lately a few web design deals here and there. Inky’s branching out to provide you with a full range of premium products suited for any creative professional. And what better way to start than through one of his famous bundles? Completely free!
‘Tis the season to be jolly, because Inky – the mascot from our sister site Inky Deals – is Santa’s little digital helper this year. And he’s prepared a ton of surprises and holiday specials for you. This giveaway is one of them and it’s particularly awesome because it offers you the chance to win the popular Ginormous Christmas Bundle: $2185 worth of design resources for just $49. There will be 5 lucky winners in total, take a look at how you can be one of them!