6 Apps to Knock your Landing Page out of the Ballpark

Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Nick Rojas. A landing page is the first impression your site gives to a visitor, whether they got to your site through a Google search or by clicking an ad. Great landing pages increase ROI, boost conversions and provide insightful analytics. But they have to be optimized, they […]

Ready To Upgrade Your Photography Game? 3 Reasons To Purchase Adobe’s Creative Cloud Photography Plan NOW

Taking incredible photos is easier today than every before. Thanks to our iPhones and Android devices, we have a decent camera with us nearly all the time and everywhere we go. And mid-range DSLR cameras for people who aren’t just hobbyists but aren’t quite professionals are cheaper and more powerful than ever. I’ve really been […]

Screen Shot 2015-03-31 at 6.16.29 AM

NeuBible Review: A Bible App With An Emphasis On Design

In some way or another, every Bible app available for the iPhone seems to be on an amateurish level when it comes to design and usability. Features, however difficult to make use of and ugly to look at, take priority over something that looks and works great. NeuBible is different. It’s the first Bible app […]


This Is The Most Un-Apple-Like Thing About Macs

Apple makes amazing computers packed with amazingly crappy screen savers. I can’t believe it; especially since Apple spends who knows how much money to hire who knows how many designers—led by the design-obsessed Jony Ive—to ensure that machine and interface alike look incredible. But somewhere amidst the new product launches and upgrades, something Mac users spend […]


The iPhone 6 Has A Design Flaw

In general I’m a huge fan of my iPhone 6 Plus. I’m 98% satisfied with it’s design and performance so far. There are a few issues that have bothered me which have mostly been minor (very occasional device resets out of the blue). But there is one nagging issue that flat-out bugs me. I take […]


Dribbbling: An Interview With Illustrator and Character Designer Rachel Alderson

I’ve become fascinated by Dribbble over the last couple years. If your live in any way intersects with the design/advertising/creativity worlds then there’s a good chance you know what Dribbble is. For those that don’t, it’s “show and tell for designers.” But Dribbble is more than that. It’s a very exclusive community. Every designer who showcases […]

Top Five Mistakes to Avoid in Mobile UX Design

Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Alon Even—VP of Marketing at Appsee. Developers, publishing houses and companies are all engaged in some form in a constant learning process that teaches them the best ways to create engaging and top selling mobile apps that will hopefully realize immediate success. There are also some common […]


It’s Time to Kill the Google Doodle

Dear Google, I’m sorry to say this, but I hate your doodles. It was okay back in the day when they were few and far-between. It used to be that a change in your logo was exciting. It made me want to investigate and see what it was all about. Now, it’s played out. The […]


How the Beautiful Wacom Cintiq Touch Pen Display Was Born

As a designer by trade, I’ve always been fascinated with the convergence of paper and pixels. No other piece of technology in the world comes closer to merging paper and pixels as the Wacom Cintiq touch Pen Display. In the past, I’ve used many Wacom products from the lower-end Bamboo Stylus to the mid-range Intuos, […]


The Ultimate Lifehack for 2013: 200+ Incredible Sites & Services

Are you ready to ruin any chance you had of getting any work done today? This list represents “the best of the best” of the tech world’s resources DailyTekk curated over 2012. Culled from nearly 30 top 100 lists, this exclusive roundup represents the top 10 Editor’s Choice selections from our most popular lists of […]

tablet takeover - internet trends

30 Ways to Identify and Incorporate the Latest Trends

If you want to be on top of the latest trends, you can. It’s as simple as that. Most people just don’t know how to effectively harness the best new ideas, services and products. That is what this article is about: identifying and incorporating the latest trends. A trend is simply the general direction in […]


The 200 Best Graphic, App & Web Design Tools & Resources (Categorized)

Well we’re back at it again making another one of our infamous Top 100 Tech lists (many of which have been shared hundreds of thousands of times), except this time we’re aiming our sights at the world of graphic, app  and web design (and we’ve doubled the scope to 200 amazing items). Technology and design are […]

Best Websites and Blogs of 2012

The 100 Best, Most Interesting Blogs and Websites of 2012 (Categorized)

Editor’s note: 2015’s list of the best, most interesting websites has arrived! I don’t know about you, but I’m constantly running into so many cool websites I want to remember or recommend to people but I don’t always have time to make a note of them, add them to Evernote, bookmark them in Delicious, etc. So […]


Interview with Google’s Lead Web Designer on Reinventing the Google Logo as a Doodle

In the not-so-distant past I had the tremendous honor of catching up with Michael Lopez, Google’s Web Design Lead, by phone to ask him a few questions about designing the famous Google doodles. Michael is part of a small team of designers who are responsible for changing the Google logo into an exciting work of […]

Wordpress Logo

Blogging Basics for Beginners (Plus Tons of Resources)

Recently I was asked to present a workshop on basic blogging to a group of pastors wives. I’m posting the main points from that talk here. The end result is a pretty decent guide to blogging for total beginners although experienced bloggers will probably find some useful tidbits as well. This article will teach you […]