Design, CG Graphics & Inspiration

How Responsive Design Can Benefit Your Business

How Responsive Design Can Benefit Your Business

In business, as with anything as competitive, you’re on top one day and out the next. This means that your marketing strategies need to keep constantly improving if you want to stay on top as much as possible. So digital marketing is an obvious must-have in this era of internet-mania, smart phones and virtual fun.

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  • September 27, 2013,
  • Anna Robeson

What You Should Know About Flat Web Design

What You Should Know About Flat Web Design

Flat Design is the latest, minimalist trend in web design that makes use of simple forms in order to enhance visual impact. It uses a combination of bright colors, special fonts and interesting images to highlight the beauty of simple gestures. What developers had in mind when they first created this trend was to return to basic forms, and experiment with innovative web design techniques. The reason for which flat design was so well received is because it looks really good on smart-phones, it is fast and it focuses only on content. Nevertheless, many designers are still in the dark when it comes to this type of design, not because it is new, but because it has only recently become more popular.

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  • September 17, 2013,
  • Anna Robeson

Responsive Web Design: Some of the Best Tools in the Game

Responsive Web Design: Some of the Best Tools in the Game

Responsive web design is fast becoming the hottest trend in the world of web design, and this is largely down to the huge popularity of mobile devices, like tablets and smartphones. The wide range of different screen sizes to cater for means that websites need to adapt to the device they are being used on to keep looking good. Gone are the days of designing for the standard desktop screen. Alongside this trend of mobile internet use, is the dawn of HTML5 and the interactive capabilities that the new technology brings. In .net magazine’s top 15 web design trends for 2012, responsive web design came in second place.

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  • August 6, 2012,
  • Juliette Lancaster

Elements to Remember in Web Site Design

Elements to Remember in Web Site Design

In this article I would like to write about design elements, which are often overlooked by web design beginners. Those elements that should already be by default, they are often not mentioned in the requirements specification, because many people think that designers already know about them and you shouldn’t bore anyone describing them.

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How to Make a Website for All Devices (Responsive Web Design)

How to Make a Website for All Devices (Responsive Web Design)

Nobody can predict what devices your visitors use. It’s better to focus on resolution and not on devices. If you are not Facebook or Google corporation, most likely you won’t be able to carry the creation and maintenance of different versions of the site for each device on one’s shoulders. And it doesn’t make much sense, because the situation is similar to the realities of fifteen years ago. At that time the sites were created “for the browser” and now someone offers to do a site “for the device.”

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Responsive Web Design: Helpful Articles, Techniques & Tutorials

Responsive Web Design: Helpful Articles, Techniques & Tutorials

With the advent and popularization of tablets and smartphones in our lives, as well as the development of mobile versions of different sites there’s a need in creating a websites which will correspond to the requirements of multiple devices. The aim of creating a Responsive Web design can be achieved with the help of flexible grids, layouts, images and the use of CSS. In this post we would like to cover some tutorials, techniques and articles you might be interested in.

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Usability: Free Educational Resources, Articles and Services

Usability: Free Educational Resources, Articles and Services

When you are developing the concept for your new site, the first vital thing you should do is to make maximum efforts in improving the usability. Even the most beautiful and stylish design cannot compensate the shortcomings and problems that will appear with non- user-friendly site, especially if your site is not just a blog, but a commercial project, where you provide any services. You’d better make sure that your visitors are not confused with your site and after visiting it once they’ll be pleased to do this again. In this post we would like to feature some Free Educational Resources, Articles and services that might help you to enhance the usability of your website.

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Web Dogma. 10 rules of creating sites

Web Dogma. 10 rules of creating sites

Eric Reiss is a specialist on issues of information architecture, usability and user experience and he suggested 10 rules (he calls it web dogma) that every site owners and people who work on a site creation and optimization should certainly follow to make their site successful and to improve its usability.

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87 Fantastic Login Forms for your Inspiration

87 Fantastic Login Forms for your Inspiration

In web 2.0, design is one of the most important things to consider in a website. The better it looks, visitors become more attracted. The same rule applies to login forms. Login forms may not seem much, but making it a simple, clean and better looking helps the visitor engage in the site. Thare are a lot of sites that provide login forms so that the user can get involved in the site. If you are looking to create your own login system, creating a clean, easy and elegant login form has become a must to stay caught up with the latest trends of web design. So, here are the best login forms using these principle.

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Realism in UI Design

Realism in UI Design

The history of the visual design of user interfaces can be described as a gradual change towards more realism. As computers have become faster, designers have added increasingly realistic details such as color, 3D effects, shadows, translucency, and even simple physics. Some of these changes have helped usability. Shadows behind windows help us see which window is active. The physicality of the iPhone’s user interface makes the device more natural to use.

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  • January 23, 2010,
  • Splashnology Editors