Early 2013 has seen a rise in some pretty interesting discussions on the use of 'flat web design'. Flat design seems to be causing a slight stir amongst the design community right now, arguments for and against the flat design trend are often lively and heated. Flat Web Design? Firstly, flat design in the case…Read More
Web design industry is changing everyday. New techniques and graphic styles are being adopted by creative professionals who set all the time changing trends. The newest trend is websites with full screen sliders taking all of the display space or at least all space horizontally.
Full screen visuals with big and bold typography help to tell the story in viewer’s mind. That is why people are more likely to remember a website with huge imagery. One more thing is that people are focusing on moving things and if this big impressive picture is being changed with another one it grabs their attention even more.
If you are following the trends in this post you will find 15 nice examples of creative websites with full screen sliders. Let me know what do you think about this trend in comments section.Read More
Online portfolio is a must-have thing for a person or a company who runs a business or doing a freelance job. In order to create a well designed portfolio website you need to run the process through few different steps. The main steps are planning, design and coding – in this article you will find tutorials that will help you to get understanding of each of those steps.Read More
Today I would like to share with you a collection of super useful browser apps that I find very handy and use pretty often, these browser based design apps are perfect for designers or front-end developers who are are in the process of taking the design build from sketch concepts all the way through to the final coded product. I hope you find some new and useful browser apps from this collection and hopefully these will help you to speed up your work-flow from concept to delivery.Read More
Today’s post is a fantastic collection of inspiring retro web designs, I particularly enjoy the vintage/retro style of design in whatever form it takes, from posters and adverts to web designs. The vintage typographic elements and the attention to detail given to these really stand out to me, the subtle use of background textures in these web designs also appeals to me and I am already thinking how I can incorporate them in in some future projects!Read More
Web design with a clear and clean architecture with a focus on content is much more intuitive for the end user. Removing the nonessential elements and simply focusing on what is needed not only improves the user experience but also benefits your site in other ways such as improving load times and improving user engagement. Take a look at these 30 minimal web designs that I have collected to showcase these points.Read More
Using a mascot character for your next design is an awesome way of improving your branding and a great tool to help your marketing efforts. The mascot designs I have listed here are memorable and easily associated with each website which helps to improves their authority and visibility. Aside from the obvious branding and marketing benefits a website mascot adds, having a mascot character helps to add a friendly and inviting tone to your site.Read More