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It’s Friday again, which means it’s time for another edition of “This Week In Web Design”, our weekly roundup of all of the web design and development articles we’ve found that were published in the past seven days. We’ve redesigned our format this week, too, so now we include a little bit more description of the article as well as an image. We hope you like it and that it makes things a bit easier to find what you’re most interested in.

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Design Trend: A New Generation of Image Sliders

Website sliders are one of those design elements that we don’t love but have learned to live with. Generally, they don’t provide a lot of click value, but clients seem to love them. A new design trend that features a new style of image sliders, fixes some of the functionality (and desi…

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Why Do Websites Look the Same (And Should We Care)?

Have you ever looked around the web and wondered why so many websites look like one another? It’s not like every website uses the same color palette, or identical structures. However, they do all seem to use the same basic components, and formulas for success.

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Why every developer should know multiple programming languages

This article was originally published on .cult by Doug Neale. .cult is a media platform for untold developer stories, where developers can read content around the softer side of development and watch documentaries about the tech they love. You can read this original piece here. “I’m a ruby developer!” “I hate javascript!” “Functional languages only!” Most […]

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Removing Panic From E-Commerce Shipping And Inventory Alerts — Smashing Magazine

There was a time when marketers used things like urgency, scarcity and FOMO to drive online shoppers to a sale. But scare tactics can actually hurt a brand’s relationships with customers. By their very nature, we run into similar problems with shipping and inventory alerts. That said, there are ways that web designers can keep panic and frustration from seeping into the shopper’s experience.

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