Most developers have spent a bit of time using WordPress as it is one of the more stable platforms available. Plugins and themes are the cornerstone to easy design changes. Customizing your own website can be tough, however a CMS is always a better solution to save yourself the manual labor. This current deal is [...]
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Web designers are not often concerned with the performance of their website. This is often left up to the developer(s) who need to cater both frontend and backend codes. Considering how popular the open source movement has become I wanted to delve a bit deeper into which solutions may provide the quickest user access. I [...]
A short list of websites where the & symbol is the star. Grab some inspiration from everyone’s favorite typographic mark.
Can you believe the number of sites dedicated to curating free stuff from Dribbble? Let’s see if they’re as well designed as the goodies up for grabs.
You may have heard about the “flat” design trend gaining a lot of buzz these days, and while it’s not exactly a new style, new techniques and a clean break from shadows and gradients encourage us to focus on lean, clean, and the stuff that matters.
Keeping it colorful is a good technique, and sometimes you don’t have to slap on every color in the rainbow to do it. Switching colors adds a lively, dynamic characteristic to your design.
We’ve seen special scrolling effects before but it’s usually top to bottom, or left to right, with a little parallax thrown in. This week’s featured sites go at it in every which way, making for an unusual and exciting browsing experience.
The most wonderful time of the year just got even better for designers and developers. Enjoy these beautifully designed and inspiring advent calendar treats for 2012!
This week in the spotlight: sites that promote doing good and helping people out, not only with aesthetically pleasing choices, but content presented in a memorable, useful manner.
Playing with depth is still one of the most interesting things you can do on this medium, and these three websites do it with the illusion of foreground objects contrasting with background objects. Let’s check ‘em out!