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    Readers' Poll: How Much do You Spend on Tools?Readerspulse
    Have you subscribed to Adobe's Creative Cloud? Did you find yourself downloading Coda 2? I imagine there are plenty of other services you subscribe to - DropBox? Evernote? Apps you can't help but make a grab for - Alfred? Sublime Text 2? Are you a Dribbble Pro user? Do you subscribe to educational tools? Purchase books often? Not to mention all the shiny toys unveiled by Apple this week..Read More…
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    Readers' Poll: How do You Test for Usability?Readerspulse
    You've brainstormed, planned, wireframed, prototyped, designed, built - and you're about ready for deployment. Just one step left; checking the usability of your work. Will users actually experience things the way you intend? Will it be successful in achieving its goals? How do you find out before launching the site?Read More…
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    Readers' Poll: Do You Use Boilerplates in Your Projects?Readerspulse
    During the last year we've seen more and more Boilerplates cropping up to save you time when kicking off a new web project. Do you use them? Do you have a favorite? Have you tried, but find your own bespoke setup more efficient? Let's hear what you have to say about them..Read More…
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    Readers’ Poll: How Do You Feel About Adobe's Creative Cloud? Readerspulse
    Last week Adobe confirmed plans for their revolutionary initiative Creative Cloud. It will see (amongst other things) cloud hosting of some Adobe tools, and subscription to (rather than purchase of) your favorite applications. This could cause quite a shake-up; how will it affect you?Read More…
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    Readers' Poll: What's Your Achilles' Heel?Readerspulse
    We all have our weaknesses, links in the chain which need improvement. You'll probably know where your strengths lie, but what about areas in your web designer's skill set which need working on? Let us know in this poll and we'll do our best to help!Read More…
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    Readers' Poll: How do You Combat Designer's Block?Readerspulse
    A blank screen. A big, white, blank screen. Looking at me, mocking me. I know, I'll make a cup of tea. Must think of something brilliant.. I wonder what my mates are doing now? They're probably in the pub talking about the game on Saturday. It was a good game. Wait, is that the time already?!Read More…
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    Readers' Poll: Which is Your Preferred eCommerce Solution?Readerspulse
    If you've ever been involved in an eCommerce project, the odds are that you've used one (or more) of the many off-the-shelf solutions available these days. Which ones have you worked with? Which ones do you recommend? And which ones, as a designer, would you like to learn more about?Read More…
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    Readers' Poll: How Do You Cross-Browser Test?Readerspulse
    It's not on many people's things I like most about web design list, but cross-browser testing just comes with the territory. Many argue that there is no best method - but how do you go about testing your work across multiple browsers?Read More…
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    Readers' Poll! What Do You Charge?Readerspulse
    Settings your hourly rates as a web designer can be on the the most difficult (and important) decisions that you make... especially when you're just starting out. We're about to launch a couple articles on the topic of pricing out web design projects, but we'd like to hear from you first! What hourly rates are you charging?Read More…
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    Reader's Poll! How Do You Code Designs Into HTML/CSS?Readerspulse
    We recently made the big announcement that we'll be publishing PSD > HTML tutorials here on Webdesigntuts, which has prompted a bit of debate over most web designers are coding nowadays. There are actually a wide number of options that any web designer/developer has to pick from: Dreamweaver, Coda, and Notepad++ are just a few of the options...Read More…
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    Reader's Poll: Where Do You Work? + Show Us Your Office!Readerspulse
    It's been two weeks since our last poll, so it's time for another! Today we're asking you, "where you get most of your web design work done?" We're also inviting you to share photos of your own office at the Community Flickr Group!Read More…
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    Reader's Poll! Should Web Designers Know How to Code?Readerspulse
    Whether or not web designers should know how to code is a question that's been around for over a decade now... and one that most designers have agreed on more or less: Yes, web designers should know at least a little bit about HTML/CSS... But as new standards, formats, and languages have been developed, the stakes of this question have gone up quite a bit... so, should modern web designers know how to code?... and how much should they know?Read More…
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