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Understanding UX Best Practice - Website Navigation
When working with design agencies, you often hear that a mock-up or idea follows "current best practices", but what does this really mean? In this series we will dive into User Experience (UX) best practices and shed light on how they help improve overall website design.
Posted on May 28, 2021
UX & UI Design Trends
Every year brings with it new trends for its industry, whether it’s some fancy new technology or simply a refresh of something that was considered old and outdated. Some of these trends don’t make it past the front door but some end up sticking and influence its industry for years to come. So today we are going to take a look at 5 things I think we should watch out for in 2020 that I think has the opportunity to influence the design industry for years to come.
Posted on November 09, 2020
6 most common mistakes when planning a new website
Whether you’re completely redesigning your site or thinking of making some updates, there are six things that are often overlooked. Here are the essentials you need to consider when planning a new website to optimize your ROI.
Posted on September 17, 2020
5 Questions Clients Have About UX Design and Their Website
Every new project is different and exciting to work on as a UX designer, however there are certain things that come up on every project no matter how unique the project is.
Posted on January 29, 2020
Breaking Down the UX Design Process
When we are designing websites for clients, we often find that there is a lack of understanding when it comes to User Experience Design (UX). In this article we will attempt to clarify what makes UX design what it is and why it is important to understand it for your next web project.
Posted on August 27, 2019
How to Measure Great Architecture Websites
In this blog we will be examining a handful of different architecture websites and break them down by user experience, mobile experience, accessibility, speed, originality
Posted on July 26, 2019
7 Things to Look For From a Web Design Agency
When sourcing a digital agency to partner with for your next website project remember to consider these 7 key factors.
Posted on April 04, 2018
Anatomy of a Great Homepage
Here are 5 important attributes of a great homepage. Do these well and your web presence will be a big benefit to your organization. A good start is to keep your site focused and clutter free while always considering SEO.
Posted on September 21, 2017
You Need to Know These 5 Web Design Trends
Design trends come and go because they don't always solve the problems that users have. However the 5 trends I've described here are the exception and valuable because they improve the overall user experience.
Posted on April 20, 2017
What is the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA)
The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) is a set of guidelines and standards which helps to achieve accessibility for Ontarians with disabilities. In the context of websites and web content, although only organizations large in size or belonging in the public sector require compliance by law, it may be a good strategy nevertheless to conform even if you're not.
Posted on April 19, 2017
Small Things That Will Have a Big Impact on Your Mobile Users
Google suggest a few small things that will have a big impact for your mobile website users. These are obvious but often overlooked tips.
Posted on January 09, 2017
World's Greatest Glossary of Website Design Project Terms
Over the years we've been known here at Inorbital to use terms that our clients have never heard of (and may never need to again) and in order to enlighten and explain what we mean when we say things like "mock-up” or "beta release” here is our ever evolving glossary of terms.
Posted on December 04, 2013