Call to action in web design — and in user experience (UX) in particular — is a term used for elements in a web page that solicit an action from the user. The most popular manifestation of call to action in web interfaces comes in the form of clickable buttons that when clicked, perform an action (e.g. “Buy this now!”) or lead to a web page with additional information (e.g. “Learn more…”) that asks the user to take action.
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KISS is a general circulated term, whether in the blogosphere or in the journalistic circles from whens it first emerged. But I believe in the reader. I trust the reader. And I especially trust the reader to NOT be stupid. This is my argument that users do come first, but not all of them. The…
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The WordPress default option for images include link of image to the file URL. Using your function.php file, you can add few lines to change this option and protect your settings from future version updates.
The Featured “Theme of the Week” on Designrfix.com is Terra: Responsive Multi-Purpose WordPress Template. In an ongoing series of weekly posts, we will spotlight the latest themes designed for WordPress, Magento all the way to OpenCart.
In this quick and easy graphic design tutorial, you’ll discover a handy process for generating eye-grabbing three-dimensional typography with the help of Photoshop and some creative techniques.