15+ Best Free Tumblr Themes

If you’re setting up a new blog or a website on Tumblr and want to make your website look unique and stand out from the crowd with a creative theme, we’ve got you covered. In this post, we feature some of the best free Tumblr themes you can use to make a professional website on the microblogging platform. Tumblr is one of the best platforms for making a blog. In addition to being completely free to use, Tumblr also offers highly customizable options that allow you to set up custom domains, custom theme designs, and more to personalize your website to your preference. Since it’s a free platform, there are thousands of free and premium themes available on Tumblr. But it can be difficult to find the best, most effective, regularly updated, and properly functioning themes in this vast collection. That’s where we come in. Check out our curated collection Read the full article…

How to Design a Perfect Website Onboarding Process (With Examples)

Think about the last time you downloaded a new app or landed on a new website. Did you know exactly what to do? Did the design help you engage with the site in a meaningful way? A simple onboarding process can make all the difference. It’s important to think about website and app design in terms of onboarding visitors to create the best experience possible. This can include anything from helping someone find an item in your online shop and understanding how to make a purchase, to playing a game, or signing up for an email. Onboarding is the process of integrating any new user into the design flow so that they can have the best interaction possible with your website, app or digital product or service. Here’s how you design it (with examples for inspiration). Design for Visual Flow A good onboarding experience has a beginning, middle and end Read the full article…

Isometric Design & Illustration: An Eye-Catching Trend

Icons form an integral part of any website design. From use in informational and navigational elements, to eye-catching parts of a larger design, icons and icon-based elements can be an attractive and interesting way to draw in users. While icons have used a dramatically flat aesthetic for a while, more projects are shifting to isometric icon usage. This trend is appearing on websites and print projects across plenty of different industries. It’s gaining popularity because isometric icons have a more realistic look while still using flat layers. It’s an almost perfect mix of flat and depth. Here’s a more in-depth look at this design trend and how you can make the most of it. What is the Isometric Icon Trend? Using shadows and a different perspective when creating each icon can help add flow and visual hierarchy to a design. Quite simply, isometric design is a method of drawing/creating a Read the full article…

Sony’s PlayStation lead confirms more PS5 details ahead of E3

Sony is skipping E3 this year, but the company is still offering up some new details about the PlayStation 5: it’ll come with an SSD by default, instead of a slower HDD like the PS4; it’ll support 4K graphics at a 120Hz refresh rate, for a much smoother look on displays that can handle the faster speed; and game saves will in some way be able to transfer between console generations, so you can pick up where you left off when you start playing a game again on the new console. The new details were reported by CNET, which spoke with Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO Jim Ryan. Ryan also said that Sony plans to take the PlayStation Now game streaming service “to the next level later this year.” Though he didn’t expand on what that meant,… Read the full article…

How To Create A Better User Experience For Wearables

While smartphones offer us advanced technology that fits in our pocket, the next step in the technological revolution is embedded in the tech we wear. In many ways, this step has been taken. In 2009, Fitbit unveiled its first wearable fitness tracker. Other wearable devices soon followed – from smart glasses and smart watches to […] The post How To Create A Better User Experience For Wearables appeared first on Usability Geek Read the full article…

Transactional Email Design: Examples and Best Practices

You’re reading Transactional Email Design: Examples and Best Practices, originally posted on Designmodo. If you’ve enjoyed this post, be sure to follow on Twitter, Facebook! Transactional emails and promotional emails lay a sound foundation for every email marketing campaign. While the first one is responsible for luring people in, promoting products, and keeping the readers up-to-date, the second one is used for numerous notifications. Even … Read the full article…

The Last of Us and Uncharted PS3 Multiplayer Going Offline This Year

After nearly 10 years, Naughty Dog will be taking down the multiplayer servers for Uncharted 2: Among Theives, Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception, The Last of Us, and The Last of Us: Left Behind for PlayStation 3 this September. Announced via Naughty Dog’s blog, multiplayer servers for the aforementioned games will be shut off on September 3, 2019, at 5pm PT/8pm ET. However, from today until September 3 at 5pm PT/8pm ET, all multiplayer DLC for Uncharted 2, Uncharted 3, and The Last of Us on PS3 will be free to download, including all gameplay and vanity items. Read the full article…

Phantom Sight Insights from a Rainbow Six Siege Pro Player

The Aussies have been unleashed on Rainbow Six Siege. That was three months ago for the entire player base, but now they’re available on the competitive circuit after a three-month cooling-off period. So what’s next? Another round of DLC – Operation Phantom Sight, to be precise. Let’s take an in-depth look at this update and get some insight from Fnatic’s Ethan “RizRaz” Wombwell. Phantom Menaces Read the full article…