Website Design

SaaS Interface Design: Trends, & Best Practices for Designing a SaaS UI

Designing a SaaS product for the web is no easy task. It requires not just an idea, but a clear plan of how it’ll work and which features you’ll support. This also means a lot of UX planning from the early wireframing to detailed mockups. I’ve put together some common trends I see in SaaS websites and have compiled them all here with examples. I’m hoping these can offer some ideas and inspiration for...

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Designing Responsive Search Forms: Tips & Trends for Web Designers

Every modern website should use a responsive layout. This makes it easier to browse on any device but it makes the page trickier to design. The beloved search field is one example of a tricky page element. With responsive layouts on the rise web designers have new trends for search forms making them both accessible and stylish. Let’s take a look at some examples of search form trends on the web. These should...

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The Design Side Of Conversion Rate Optimization

Conversions drive the web but most designers don’t think like this. Whenever you write an article and someone finds it in Google, their click is a conversion onto your site. If they keep reading and sign up for your newsletter that’s another conversion based on different goals. Web design is about usability but it’s also about KPIs and user engagement. I’d like to dive into both areas and try merging these two ideas with conversion rate...

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Mega Navigation Menu Design Trends in Modern Websites

We’ve all seen mega navigations and fullscreen dropdowns online. They’re common across the web and especially useful on sites with tons of links. But designing a mega nav that works can be a real pain. There are no strict guidelines for these menus so you have to study what others are doing and try to make something that’ll fit with your project. Learn here: How to Create a CSS3 Mega Drop-Down Menu Let’s look...

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