Why agencies and freelancers are opting for figma to webflow?

Web design agencies and freelancers have been making the switch from Sketch and Adobe XD to Figma for designing websites and web/mobile apps. At the same time, Webflow has emerged as a popular alternative to traditional web development workflows. So why are so many designers now choosing to go from Figma to Webflow for web projects?  Figma provides a more streamlined design workflow compared to Sketch or XD. As a vector graphics editor that runs in the browser, Figma makes it easy for designers to quickly create designs and prototypes. Team members collaborate in real-time within the same Figma file. The intuitive interface and abundance of built-in design tools allow designers to work faster and stay organized. Switching from Sketch or XD to Figma eliminates many friction poi...

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Navigating the World of Commercial Insurance Leads

Every business owner needs some kind of insurance to protect their operations, and commercial insurance is an essential way of mitigating possible risks. For insurance brokers, commercial insurance leads is an incredibly profitable product. However, in the highly competitive market, retaining and growing leads is difficult. In this blog, we will provide you with practical advice on how to retain your clients and effectively grow your lead base. Understanding your prospect’s business When approaching a potential client, it is important to seek a deep understanding of their business operations. Build a relationship of trust and show genuine interest in what they do. Once you understand their needs, you can effectively tailor your pitch to their specific requirements and make a compell...

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Polygraphs on trial- Courtroom battles over admitting test results as evidence

The debate has centred on whether the results of polygraph tests should be admissible as evidence in criminal trials. The inherent uncertainties surrounding polygraphy have led judges to exclude them over questions of scientific validity. But prosecutors continue to push for their acceptance, resulting in recurrent courtroom fights. While the Frye ruling prohibited polygraphs in federal cases, state courts could set their standards. Some states like New Mexico chose to allow polygraph results under certain limited conditions. They were, however, mostly excluded in adherence to the Frye precedent. It was not until the 1960s and 70s that efforts to admit polygraph tests accelerated, led by prosecutors seeking to validate the device. They argued advances had satisfied scientific standards...

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