I’m sure that all of you know the term Monogram. That’s why I want to start with the explanation. The monogram is basically a design pattern that is created by joining (and sometimes even overlapping) two to three letters, generally the initials of a person’s or company name.
In this post, you will find 40 well designed monogram design examples. I truly believe that all these examples will inspire you to get one for your company or yourself.
WooCommerce provides a very easy, cost effective way of setting up your own eCommerce website. If paired with a well designed, solid coded and frequently updated WordPress theme it’s really a no brainer that you should setup your online store with WooCommerce.
Today I have collected a small selection of very high quality WooCommerce Themes, I aimed to bring together a design focused theme collection with the artisan shopkeeper in mind. Enjoy!
Every month we are interviewing the most interesting designers from all over the world. Today our we catch up with Siarhei Stashkevich, a designer by trade who runs his own studio called ufoby™ Design Agency.
50 Freebies is a monthly collection of the latest freebies from all over the internet. A series where we regularly post some great freebies every month. The freebies are usually all types of stuff including mockups, templates, icons and much more. Here is a collection of 50 freebies for June. 1624 High Quality Icons Bukku […]
Many people think that design is everything, but they are wrong. We all know that design sells, but it’s not the main part why people are using the app or website.
Beautifully designed navigation menus are the keystone of a smooth, intuitive app experience that gets you the content and information that you need exactly when and where you need it.
Today I want to inspire you and I’m sharing 30 great examples of app sliding navigation menus.
For today’s design Inspiration I have collected 25 mobile payments design examples. I have a included a wide selection of app payment screens from mobile banking screens to card app payments and a few nice concept designs for inspiration.
50 Freebies is a monthly collection of the latest freebies from all over the internet. A series where we regularly post some great freebies every month. The freebies are usually all types of stuff including mockups, templates, icons and much more.
App icon design is easily one of the most important aspects of an app. When you’ve put your app in an app store, the icon represents that app, if it is awfully designed or isn’t eye catching then people just won’t be interested. Also, having a bad looking icon can make the app look unprofessional, so people won’t even bother.
Today I’m sharing 40 minimal and creative App icon designs. My list will be great inspiration for you if you’re planning to create any App icons or just want to try yourself.
Nothing says modern web design quite like CSS-only animation. Just a decade ago this seemed like a common pipe dream. But thanks to some whizzes over at the W3C the world is now a better place with CSS-animated page elements.
Below I’ve put together a huge gallery of 40+ open source CSS3 animation codes. Both developers and designers can benefit greatly from this collection.
All of these snippets are built to run in CSS3-compliant browsers using transitions and keyframes. Take a look over these code samples to see if you can implement any of them into your own web design work.
Remote collaboration with clients or with remote team members can be a pain. There are two main options, email or Skype. But we all know that it takes time and choosing between Reply and Reply All is sometimes complicated and some won’t be able to keep up with all the discussion.
Sure, you can email files around, but that quickly gets messy, and can make it hard to keep track of which is the current version. It’s enough only two or three team members to make changes at the same time and it can become a nightmare. It means these two options not the best options for the small or large team and freelance designers.
There are collaboration tools, from concept drafting, prototyping and management to working on mock-ups. I’ve also included some visual feedback tools.