Managing Your Digital Marketing Strategy - March 20 2020
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TOP 5 WEBSITES EVERY WEB DESIGNER SHOULD VISIT: Mind-blowing web design | March 2020
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Watch Top 5 Webites for MAY: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0i-sHKv1aI

Top 5 crazy innovative websites every graphic designer should visit to learn graphic design. These are the best practices, and the best online graphic design websites and web design trends of March 2020

Links Mentioned:
https://www.rouserlab.com/
https://www.ed.com.au/
https://theyearofgreta.com/
https://superherocheesecake.com/
https://useplink.com/en/
https://autumn.amsterdam/
https://5scontent.com/
http://www.amandabraga.com/
https://www.cappen.com/

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Web Design Inspiration 2020 / Top 5 Websites That Inspired Me - March 2020
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When it comes to answering the question about where the ideas come from, I always try to amass as many ideas from the designs that inspire me. These are the top 5 websites that inspired me this month.

https://mstq.io/

http://www.maria-callas.com/en/

https://tula.redcollar.co/

https://jesperlandberg.dev/

https://fermedutarieu.ca/

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Popular design news of the week: March 30, 2020 – April 5, 2020
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Every week users submit a lot of interesting stuff on our sister site Webdesigner News, highlighting great content from around the web that can be of interest to web designers. 

The best way to keep track of all the great stories and news being posted is simply to check out the Webdesigner News site, however, in case you missed some here’s a quick and useful compilation of the most popular designer news that we curated from the past week.

Note that this is only a very small selection of the links that were posted, so don’t miss out and subscribe to our newsletter and follow the site daily for all the news.

 

55+ Best Free Fonts

 

Colors.lol – Overly Descriptive Color Palettes

 

Reactive Resume: Free and Open-Source Resume Builder

 

Cross-Cultural Design: 4 Ways to Get Started

 

Productivity: The Ultimate Guide

 

Spicypass – Free and Open-Source Minimalist Password Manager

 

12+ Low-Code and No-Code Development Platforms

 

UX Myths to Forget in 2020

 

United Nations Issues an Open Brief to Designers to Help Fight Coronavirus

 

Best Infographic Makers in 2020

 

27 Best Movies & Documentaries for Creatives

 

6 Underestimated Soft Skills that will Make You a Better Designer

 

Design Trend: Mono Gradients

 

Not Safe for Design, a Creative Challenge Generator

 

Top 4 Tips on How to Build an Effective Design System

 

Social Distancing Logos are the Design Equivalent of ‘Thoughts and Prayers’

 

The Best Alternatives to Zoom for Videoconferencing

 

A Complete Guide to Wireframe Design

 

Top 5 Mockup Tools for Web Designers in 2020

 

A New Color Contrast Analyser that Suggests Better Colors

 

How to Build a Bad Design System

 

What Should You do When a Web Design Trend Becomes Too Popular?

 

How Organize your Text Styles in Sketch

 

Basecamp’s Jason Fried on the Learning Curve of Remote Work

 

How to Write UX Copy that Makes your Product a Joy to Use

 

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Introducing 15 Best New Portfolios, March 2020
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Are you trapped in a fourth floor apartment listening to the guy next door serenade the block from his balcony with a saxophone he made from a length of rubber tubing and an old boot?

While people the world over very sensibly self-isolate, it’s still possible to be productive, why not work on your portfolio? Strap on your noise-cancelling headphones, turn on some white noise, and grab some inspiration from our monthly roundup of the best portfolios launched in the previous four weeks.

This month we see several previous trends still going strong. There’s a whole heap of color, masses of glitch effects, and the re-return of that old favorite, big bold typography. Enjoy!

 

Mees Verberne

Mees Verberne describes himself as a creative front-end developer and designer. He makes full use of the popular glitch trend to give his site some character, but what it really does well is obscure the banding in his gradients, giving him a nice sophisticated lighting effect.

mees-verberne

 

Sing-Sing

Adi Goodrich and Sean Pecknold founded Sing-Sing five years ago. Their award-winning work has a wonderful sense of color, with some genuinely original schemes in their design and film projects. The only criticism I would have is their hamburger menu, which isn’t immediately clear.

sing-sing

 

David Polonia

If you’re a fan of glitch effects, you’ll love David Polonia’s site. Normally I advise everyone to avoid sound on websites, but David’s portfolio benefits from the uplifting energy that it provides. There’s so much to explore here, it’s less a portfolio, and more of a showreel.

david-polonia

 

Mad River

Mad River’s work is the epitome of those hipster-lumberjack designs that have been popular for a few years. So naturally, for a British design agency, its site uses an illustration straight out of a US National Park guidebook. It is very beautiful though, and the site is a pleasure to browse round.

mad-river

 

Jamhot

Tank fly boss walk jam nitty gritty you’re listening to the boy from the big bad city — ahem. Clearly someone else has a fondness for 90s-era dance music. Jamhot exudes confidence, but why not when you have that animation on your site’s landing page. Seriously, I could look at this beauty for hours.

jamhot

 

Halbstark

I love the mountains, so Halbstark’s blend of big bold type, and eye onto a mountain scene grabbed me immediately. The zoom effect when your scroll down is sublime, and it leads to a very simple, carefully ordered portfolio that showcases everything you want to see in a reliable agency.

halbstark

 

Kota

I said there were plenty of glitch effects this month, and my favorite of them is Kota. Run your cursor over the screen and the large type, with the gradient, will distort and glitch in a liquid style. How’s that for packing in every single current design trend into one graphic?

kota

 

Mango Media

Some of the best sites this month combine several design trends, and Mango Media is one of them. Cursor over the blob and you’ll get bold gradients combined with the ever-popular glitch effect. And kudos for that hamburger menu icon that’s both original and perfectly clear.

mago-media

 

Deadwater

With a name like Deadwater, it’s no surprise that this French design agency has employed the liquid effect trend that’s been popular for the last few months. I love the way it’s been combined with a glitch effect to create the sense of being under water.

deadwater

 

Works

There’s a long-standing tradition in this series of selecting portfolios that make good use of the color yellow. Works certainly does that with an acid-toned site, that once you scroll uses a ticker-style band of the same color to indicate a selection. It ties everything together perfectly.

works

 

Electric Red

So, you think you’ve seen big type? Think again, you’ve not seen anything until you’ve seen Electric Red’s giant, 3D-rendered ring of spinning red text. The graphic grabs you as soon as you see it, but it’s also interactive, and it needs to be if you want to see enough to work out what it says.

electric-red

 

Studio Dot

Studio Dot obviously had to use a big dot on its site, behind which you’ll see a ton of glitchy graphics. What I really love are the links at the bottom of the homepage, which open without clicks when you hover over them for a while — usability aside I love that they tried to innovate in this area.

studio-dot

 

Vitali Zahharov

More animated gradients, this time curtesy of Vitali Zahharov. And yet more big bold typography, which is a trend that’s going to last throughout 2020 and beyond. Vitali’s a freelance designer based in Spain, and he’s worked for some really exceptional clients, scroll down to see selected work.

vitali-zahharov

 

Tubik Studio

Tubik Studio’s site devoted to its staff has tons of personality on display, from its juggling balls load bar, to the eccentric sound effects when you cursor over a thumbnail. Its main site is very goal-orientated, so showing off some personality contrasts well and makes it approachable.

tubik-studio

 

Superlab

If you read this series regularly you’ll know that I’m a sucker for animated abstract shapes. I guess I must have loved building blocks as a kid. Superlab’s are great because they tie everything together, without imposing themselves on the design. Nice bold, confident colors too.

superlab



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Popular design news of the week: March 9, 2020 – March 15, 2020
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Every week users submit a lot of interesting stuff on our sister site Webdesigner News, highlighting great content from around the web that can be of interest to web designers. 

The best way to keep track of all the great stories and news being posted is simply to check out the Webdesigner News site, however, in case you missed some here’s a quick and useful compilation of the most popular designer news that we curated from the past week.

Note that this is only a very small selection of the links that were posted, so don’t miss out and subscribe to our newsletter and follow the site daily for all the news.

 

51 CSS Background Patterns

 

The Worst Fonts Everyone Keeps Using

 

9 Ways Which Website Layouts Have Evolved

 

33 Examples of Highly Effective SaaS Website Designs

 

Website Redesign: Re-thinking Dark Mode

 

Setting Height and Width on Images is Important Again

 

Do Whatever You Can’t Stop Thinking About

 

Insanely Fast Redesign Exercises

 

9 Things that will Help You Become a Better UX/UI Designer

 

How I Made a 3D Game in Only 2KB of Javascript

 

Why Dark Mode Web Designs are Gaining Popularity?

 

Five Tips to Write More Accessible HTML

 

14 Best Adobe Font Pairings for Websites

 

5 Principles of Visual Design in UX

 

How to Find your Most Creative Time of Day, and Make it Count

 

Google Open Source Code Search

 

7 Steps to Creating a Spectacular UX Case Study

 

Two Steps Forward, One Step Back

 

Brand Discovery: 10 Key Questions to Ask Clients Before You Start Designing

 

15 Free High-Resolution Illustrator Brush Packs

 

Basics Behind Color Theory for Web Designers

 

Creative Packaging Designs

 

CSS Mondrian

 

The Psychology of Color and Emotional Design

 

Breaking Down Persuasive Design Principles

 

Want more? No problem! Keep track of top design news from around the web with Webdesigner News.



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Upcoming March 17! AMA with Haseeb Tariq, Former Director, Marketing
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Upcoming March 17! AMA with Haseeb Tariq, Former Director, Marketing


A decade ago, 20-year-old Haseeb sold 9 Startups and 25+ premium domains to Fortune 500 companies. In 2017, he joined Guess HQ in Downtown LA leading Mobile Marketing. In 2019, he became Director, Marketing Automation at Disney, after working on multiples products including Fox TV (News, Entertainment, and Sports) at 21st Century Fox which makes up today’s famous Disney plus (27M subscribers).

These days, he is working on his new product helping subscription companies grow and retain customers with actionable insights and humanistic automation.

He has worked on successful campaigns with brands like T-Mobile, Spotify, Tiktok, and celebrity influencers like Jennifer Lopez, J Balvin, Camila Cabello and Amanda Cerny.

Haseeb’s case studies and track record are extremely strong:

  • Guess.com ($20M in 12 months)
  • T-Mobile (30,000 App Installs for Guess Jeans in 24 hours)
  • Guess Jeans App (60% Cart Abandonment Conversion)
  • Fox Now (Push Engagement – 3X in 4 months)
  • Fox Nation (85% Trial to Paid Conversions)
  • Disney (Migration from 21CF in 4 months)
  • Forbes (17 Published Articles in 8 months)

His single piece of Linkedin content generated 4 Million views (some people call that going viral). He wrote a how-to-guide on it and is ranked 1 on google for the term “how to go viral on LinkedIn

Prior to moving to California, he spent his life living, studying, and working in Asia, Europe, and North America.

Ask him about anything related to growth and retention (or not – like which city he grew up in, public speaking, travel hacking, Swedish Fika – let’s go!)

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The Latest Research for Web Designers, March 2020
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The Latest Research for Web Designers, March 2020


While it’s important to know about the latest research and surveys impacting web design, I think it’s just as important to stay informed about news that may affect your work as a designer.

As such, this roundup of the latest research for web designers includes a mix of reports along with some news and facts about something that people are talking about all around the world: the coronavirus.

 

A Better Lemonade Stand Analyzes the Best Remote Working Locations

With the help of Nomad List, A Better Lemonade Stand has aggregated a list of the 20 best places to work remotely.

While finding a place to live can be a very subjective matter (for instance, some people prefer colder locales or warm ones), this list takes into account factors that can have a serious impact on the work of a freelancer. For example, this is why Auckland, New Zealand ended up taking the #1 spot for remote work:

Latest Research for Web Designers - Nomad List ranking for Auckland New Zealand

The other cities to round out the top 10 are:

  • Bengaluru, India
  • Budapest, Hungary
  • Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Chiang Mai, Thailand
  • Dubrovnik, Croatia
  • Hanoi, Vietnam
  • Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam
  • Krakow, Poland
  • Lisbon, Portugal

I’d argue that it’s high scores on factors like the following that make them the best spots to work remotely from:

  • Cost
  • Internet speed
  • Free wifi in the city
  • Places to work from
  • Walkability
  • Happiness score
  • Quality of life

If you’ve been considering a move and you want it to not only be a place you love but that’s good for your business, one of these nomad-friendly spots might fit the bill.

 

Hubspot Gives Us a Comprehensive Look at the State of Marketing

As always, there’s almost too much information to digest in Hubspot’s annual State of Marketing report. But that’s not going to stop me from highlighting the points you can use to bring more money into your business:

Website Upgrades Needed

According to the survey, 63% of respondents are looking to upgrade their websites in 2020. If you have experience in and enjoy doing website redesigns, hop on this opportunity as soon as you can.

Maintenance Pros Wanted

Sometimes it’s not the design that needs to be tweaked. Rather your clients would benefit from a technical tune-up along with ongoing maintenance.

When asked which tactics have been the most beneficial for improving a website’s performance and search ranking, here’s what respondents had to say:

Hubspot State of Marketing - Website Fixes

You could easily create a recurring revenue stream around these maintenance tasks.

Visual-Heavy Content Marketing is a Must

Marketers use a wide variety of content in their marketing strategies:

Hubspot State of Marketing - Content Types

If you’re in the business of building websites, you should also be helping your clients create graphics for the media above. For instance, you could provide ongoing design services for:

  • Blog (and promotional social media) graphics
  • Videos or just video cover images
  • Infographics
  • Templates for case studies, ebooks, and white papers

Just because your job is primarily to build high-converting websites for clients doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be looking for other ways to serve them.

 

The Coronavirus’s Impact on Freelancers

With so much news about the coronavirus out there, it’s hard to know what to focus your attention. If you’re a freelancer, then these are the statistics and research you should focus on:

Conferences Around the World Are Being Cancelled

Business Insider and the LA Times rounded up lists of conferences that have been cancelled, rescheduled, or restructured because of the coronavirus:

  • Adobe Summit (it’ll be online instead)
  • Facebook’s F8
  • Facebook’s Global Marketing Summit
  • EmTech Asia
  • Shopify Developer Conference
  • Google I/O
  • Google Cloud Next ‘20 (rescheduled as an online event)

And for those of you who work with WordPress, WordCamp Asia was cancelled.

WordCamp Asia Cancelled - Coronavirus

Considering how expensive and time-consuming professional design conferences can be to attend, these cancellations might not be as big of a disappointment to the freelance community. In fact, it might bring a change to the professional conference landscape, with more of them hosted virtually so that it becomes cheaper, more practical, and now safer to attend.

Some Freelance Gigs Are Drying Up

In particular, it’s Singapore’s population of freelancers that are feeling the effects of the coronavirus, according to a report from Vice.

It makes sense. As businesses close down their offices or their operations altogether, the contract workforce who works behind the scenes for them is going to be impacted as well. This is especially problematic for those who build ecommerce and retail websites. With many products manufactured in China (31.3% of all apparel and 37.6% of textiles are manufactured there, for instance), inventories are waning and many retailers are having to wait out the virus to resume operations. 

The Singapore government recently announced plans for its 2020 budget, which included contributing SG$800 million towards curbing the effects of the virus on the country. Additional support is to be given to industries the most severely affected by it as well.

While the country’s budget doesn’t account for freelancers (as I’m sure will be the case in other countries), the freelance community itself is stepping up.

Nicholas Chee, who runs a video production company in Singapore, started a Facebook group for freelancers who’ve been dealing with lost gigs as a result of the coronavirus. It’s called SG COVID-19 Creative/Cultural Professionals & Freelancers Support Group and is giving the freelance community a way to support each other through this crisis.

Web Designers May Be Able To Help Stop The Spread of Coronavirus

It’s not just Facebook groups that are going to help freelancers get through the coronavirus crisis in one piece. According to Dr. Stephanie Evergreen, web designers might actually be able to help slow down or stop the spread of the virus itself.

In an article she wrote for Fast Company, Dr. Evergreen, a data visualization specialist, demonstrates how more eye-catching graphics can better educate the public on what’s going on and what they can do.

For instance, she shares this graphic from the World Health Organization:

World Health Organization - MERS Cases Charts

While it more effectively lays out this data than a wall of text would, it’s not going to do much to capture anyone’s attention.

It’s more important than ever for public health agencies to use data visualization to communicate with the masses, as the public is bombarded with more information each day and in need of a way for the most pressing issues to cut through the noise.

Quantifiable data, instead, should be presented like this graphic from the Florida Department of Health

Florida Department of Health - Influenza Activity map and data

It does both a good job of capturing attention and informing the public of what’s going on.

Bottom line: if your website is tasked with communicating critical data to the public, see if there’s a way you can lend your design skills to it. While a writer can clearly communicate what’s going on, graphics are more likely to grab and hold their attention.

 

Wrap-Up

While annual “State of” reports always tend to wind down around February/March, we still have a wealth of data coming in that not only affects your design strategy but your business strategy too.

Keep your eyes peeled for the next edition of the latest research for web designers as we’re sure to see the first quarterly reports come out for design, marketing, SEO, and more.



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3 Essential Design Trends, March 2020
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Color, heroes, and a new way to create design depth are what we are looking at this month.

Two of these three trends comes with some usability concerns but are a lot of fun to look at and play with. Would you take the risk of trying one of these design techniques? The third trend (up first in this list) is a new take on bold color palettes that shifts from some of the colors that have been overwhelmingly popular for a while.

Here’s what’s trending in design this month.

 

Warm Colors, Especially Reds

Warm colors – especially red tones – are back in!

As a point of reference, warm colors are vivid and bold and can sometimes be overwhelming because they can occupy and fill space will a feeling of fullness. Warm colors include reds, oranges, and yellows. They are all on the same part of the color wheel, which can be divided into warm and cool colors (blues, greens, and purples).

The nice thing about these warm colors is that they are bold without the same levels of brightness that have been popular for a while. They aren’t as overpowering as brights on smaller and darker screens and really set a different tone for the design that’s a little more serious.

Each of the examples below uses a warm (red) color palette in a different way.

Skull & Roses uses a red and purple (warm and cool) palette to create contrast and fun gradients and color.

Amanda Braga uses a full red monotone color palette for the about page of her portfolio site. It’s bold, in-your-face, and demanding of attention. Even the photo has a red color cast on it.

Catalyst uses pops of red with gradients to draw you into the 3D geo shape in the hero image. It creates a sense of motion and excitement for the event.

 

Full-Screen Heroes

An oversized hero image is nothing new. But hero headers that occupy the entire home screen are.

The trend also seems to come with another new element — no obvious navigation or need to scroll (although it’s often there). The result is a trend with super clean designs, with the possibility for design or usability challenges.

This trend works for one reason: Thanks to mobile usage, people are getting more accustomed to (or trained) to scroll. Small screens make it a way of life and this trend is relying on that to work.

But, will users know what to do and get past the homepage?

Can you find the visual cues in these examples?

The Island has a fun full-screen video loop and has a right-hand scroll bar as a visual cue and a tucked in scroll icon on some screen sizes. A hamburger navigation menu can also help you find what you are looking for in this clean design.

Wayout looks cool, but doesn’t have a scroll feature on screen. The phrase “And there’s more” is all you get to encourage looking further into the design. (There’s no navigation menu either.)

Ubisoft uses a full screen video that you get a glimpse of within text elements. There are no obvious scroll cues (and there is a scroll), but the hamburger icon is a visual cue that there’s more to the site than just a homepage.

 

Neumorphism

This trend is one that is a mash up of popular web and app design techniques that’s starting to show up most commonly in app concepts.

Neumorphism (or new skeuomorphism) can be traced to an analysis by Michal Malewicz of Hype4 who did a nice deep dive into what this trend is (and isn’t) and how it works for designers. Neumorphism seems to be most popular when designing card-style interfaces.

The style can be identified by use of inner- and outer shadows to create an illusion of softer shapes that seem to lift off the background canvas.

Here’s how Malewicz describes it:

A Modern / Material (upgraded) card usually is a surface floating on top of our perceived background and casting a shadow onto it. The shadow both gives it depth and also in many cases defines the shape itself — as it’s quite often borderless.

While this trend has a cool, fresh look, it does come with some challenges. Primarily those issues deal with accessibility and contrast.

Either way, it’s a fun take on moving away from completely flat concepts to something with more depth, particularly for app-based interfaces. Time will tell if this trend really lifts off or not, since it is still in its infancy.

Want to play with neimorphism on your own? You can try this fun little CSS generator.

 

Conclusion

Of this month’s trends, the return of warm colors is especially nice. Red tones are inviting and interesting and a good shift from the super brights that have been so popular.

The other trends each present their own usability challenges, but have high visual interest. Could you see yourself using them in projects? (A portfolio, maybe?)

What trends are you loving (or hating) right now? I’d love to see some of the websites that you are fascinated with.





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Upcoming March 05! AMA with Rajan Sheth, Sr.Director of Growth and
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Upcoming March 05! AMA with Rajan Sheth, Sr.Director of Growth and


Rajan’s expertise is in building revenue-driven go-to-market organizations for SaaS companies. Currently, he leads GTM, Growth and Retention organization across product, marketing and sales for Heroku (Salesforce’s developer platform) driving revenue, activation, engagement, monetization and retention.

Previously Rajan was a founding member of a new business unit and e-commerce platform where he oversaw go-to-market teams including marketing, growth and analytics functions to enable HP Enterprise’s digital transformation. Rajan was a Developer in his past life before moving to Product then to Sales and then decided to club everything he learned to run GTM and Growth.

In this AMA you can ask Rajan about

  • Scaling Freemium -> Enterprise model for SaaS

  • Developer Marketing

  • The Growth framework that works

  • KPI hierarchy for Growth teams so everyone is influencing the north-star metric

  • What skills to look for while hiring for Growth?

  • The classic: Who owns Growth? 🙂 or Where does Growth teams sit in the org chart.

  • What’s the right tech stack for the Growth team?

There’s no one size fits all so please provide as many details as you can about your goals, product, company, etc 🙂



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