Hacker News is the perfect place to ask web designers about their mistakes, and to get some advice from the folks who know what it takes to make their job easier.
It’s the home of the best web design tips and tricks, including some pretty cool new ones that were revealed on Hacker News.
In the meantime, here are the best sites you should be checking out:Dive into the best content marketing content for 2017.1.
A better design for content marketing articlesDive deeper into the web design landscape and see what’s been making the rounds lately.
In this post, I dive into some of the key design principles that you need to know to get a better design out of your article.1a.
Less white spaceIn the past, most articles have had a solid white space in the header and footer, which can look like a giant arrow pointing at your content.
This has always been an easy way to get people to scroll to the top of your page, and you can do it with a little bit of white space.
It also lets the reader see more of your content, since the white space helps the reader feel more invested in your site.
However, this doesn’t always work for everything.
In some cases, the white area can make your article feel like a tiny page, which could make people scroll away from the page to get to other content.
To avoid this, you can add a few more lines of text in the footer of your blog, or use a custom text-aligning tool like Stylish to give your footer a bit more vertical space.
In the examples below, I’m using Stylish’s Custom Align tool to make my article’s footer look a bit taller.
If you’re struggling to get the right height, check out this tutorial on How to get your footers height and spacing right for your own website.1b.
More text in your header and sidebarThis one’s a bit tricky.
It takes some tweaking, but there are a few tips for it that will help you avoid looking like a small white box.
Here’s how to fix the problem.1c.
Make your navigation buttons bold and/or italicWhen you use bold or italic font in your navigation bar, it’s easy to get distracted and lose focus.
A bold, bold text will draw people’s eyes to your content as well as to your site, which helps keep your readers’ attention.
If they get bored and go elsewhere, they’ll miss out on your content and will likely click elsewhere.
This is especially true when you’re trying to drive visitors to a page.2.
More clear, readable designFor a website that’s supposed to be visually appealing, it can be hard to figure out what you’re doing with your site’s content.
That’s why some designers opt to use more text in their articles and to make the design more readable.
The easiest way to make your site visually appealing is to use fonts that are bold and italic, which make it easy to read.
Here are some great free fonts for you to try:If you’re not sure which fonts to choose, check the fonts section of your font editor, as well.
If that doesn’t work, try some fonts from your favorite fonts vendor.3.
Use a color palette that makes your site stand outThere’s nothing worse than scrolling through your favorite content on your favorite website and noticing that there are lots of other sites with the same content.
If your site is all the same, your visitors won’t know which site they’re visiting.
To make it easier for your visitors to distinguish between different sites, use a color pallete that makes the site stand apart.
This will help your visitors feel like they’re seeing your content more.
For example, here’s an example of how to set up an interesting color palette to make sure your website looks distinct:4.
Use color in the textarea of your siteA great way to use color in your content is to place color in one of the following places in your website’s textarea.
This helps to make it clear which area of your website you’re viewing your content in, and helps to increase your visibility on your site:1.
At the top or bottom of your textareaIf you’ve ever seen your content on a blog or blog post on your website, you’ve likely seen this.
This means that your content can be easily read in all directions and in any direction.
This makes it easy for people to navigate through your site and find what they’re looking for, and will help the readers of your web site to be more engaged and invested in the content they’re reading.2-4.
The header or footerOf all the design principles you’ll want to learn, the header or the foot of your online content is one of my favorite to use.
The reason for this is because it’s so clear.
Even if you’re on the back page of your email newsletter, your content will be easy