A List Apart: Helpful Content For People Who Make Websites

A List Apart is a great website that publishes top-notch content that’s relevant to both designers and developers. Here’s  a few posts worth checking out!

Dive Into Responsive Prototyping With Foundation

This post introduces you to the new and powerful tool for website mockups: Foundation. This powerful, yet incredibly user-friendly tool generates just enough code to save you immense amounts of time, while still keeping you in control of the final design. Check out the screenshots below for a good idea of what Foundation is all about.

Prototyping with FoundationAudiences, Outcomes and Determining User Needs

This useful post instructs you how to pair the needs of your users with your goals as a brand. While this may seem like an obvious relationship, connecting the two may be more difficult than you would think. This process involves building a healthy conversion rate for your visitors, while at the same time using the collective of their experiences to understand their needs. This information, when applied, encourages additional conversions and the process repeats itself.

A Primer on A/B Testing

Maybe you’ve seen different tutorials on A/B testing since it’s one of the more common practices in fine tuning your CRO strategy. This article takes matters a few steps further by showing you examples of creating personas that fall in line with the metrics of your users, allowing for a more personalized and visual approach to your conversion goals.

Personality in Design

Using case studies from the VW Beetle to the MailChimp Monkey, this article shows you the vast and lasting importance of creating a (sometimes even anthropomorphized) personality for your brand. Make your product or service really come to life with these great tips!

Click around on A List Apart and see what useful articles you can find! Come across something interesting? Let us know in the comments!

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