The Best of Manual and User Guide Design

Oct 8, 2014 by Yuriy Sklyar

An inspirational post which highlights some of the best manuals from various industries, while touching on some important points for each one.

I'll be adding more manuals and user guides as I find them, so be sure to subscribe or follow. Enjoy!

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iLikeToWasteMyTime.com: The Evolution

May 16, 2012 by Yuriy Sklyar

In this article I'll briefly talk about the process of creation of one of our internal projects, I Like to Waste My Time.com, and some of the marketing techniques we've been using to get the website up to 40,000+ unique monthly visitors, who generate over 110,000 pageviews.

I'll also discuss some of the future updates, and how we're planning on monetising the website without the use of a single third-party ad, which seems to be what most of our competitors are doing. So far this project has been alive for a little over a year.

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Best Websites of Real Estate Developers

May 14, 2012 by Yuriy Sklyar

Best websites of real estate developers Over the last 2 weeks I was doing some research for an upcoming real estate development project which consisted of me going through close to 100 development related websites. The reason why I say development related is because the market is so saturated with poor, low quality property developer websites, that I had to consider some construction company websites, real estate management websites, and even just general real estate listing sites – it's quite sad.

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Framing your portfolio

Apr 11, 2012 by Shaun Smylski

Picture frames. There are different types to choose from, but which is the right one for you? It’s tedious to think about and it drives me bat crazy. Where will they hang? What photos go in them? Or perhaps this isn’t a problem for you? Maybe you’re normal? Not obsessed, like I’ve become.

I’m writing today to convince you of how important it is to frame images accordingly. Hanging picture frames is a lot like designing galleries & portfolios. I compare framing Grandma and her cat ‘Mr. Tibbs’ to customizing a Behance Prosite portfolio, or cropping a website thumb to post on Dribbble.

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Social Network Preview Images – Even the Big Guys Are Doing it Wrong!

Apr 3, 2012 by Yuriy Sklyar

The more major websites I explore, the more this issue arises – having a distinct, and most importantly, relevant preview for when somebody “likes” (or “+1”s)  your website is extremely important!

Without even knowing it, this could hurt your business just like it's already hurting many other businesses.

Take a look at these 2 (of what you’d think unlikely) examples:

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Guide on Search Engine Optimization, Landing Pages Optimization and Web Conversion

Apr 1, 2012 by Yuriy Sklyar

This post briefly touches on a number of items from our monthly checklist that we use for our regular clients. These methods will help you convert more users into customers, gain more positive brand experiences, and help you rank better in search engines.

In most cases all of these techniques have been proven to have a positive effect, however I advise you to always test in order to determine whether the change has the same positive effect on your business as it varies.

Use this as your pre-launch checklist and contribute to it in the comments at the end of this post – I will update the post with more techniques as we research and test them.

I hope you enjoy it.

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