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Developers know better than anybody about the struggles of creating a usable interface. This can pertain towards desktop software, mobile apps, or website layouts. There are so many areas of development that you have to consider what interfaces are most commonly accepted by users. This is not an easy task and it does take a […]
Here’s a treat for the Thanksgiving and the holiday season that’s ramping up: freebies, bundles, and deals to help you create beautiful designs, all showcased on inspiring sites to boot.
Web design may be seen by many people as a creative endeavor. And it is. Designing a web site entails a lot of creativity and not just in terms of aesthetic implementation. It also entails a keen sense of design because a web site should actually work and function effectively and not just be beautiful. […]
All of us made mistakes. It is natural and inevitable. However, it would be best if we take note of our mistakes, learn from them and never do them again. On the other hand, we can minimize committing a mistake if we are just pro-active enough to know how we can avoid them. In creating […]
Last week I posted about 7 handy cheat sheets to help you code your own WordPress theme. This week I’m focusing on books that go into all details. The web is full of ready made tutorials, even though they explain how something is done you can just copy paste it to use it on your […]
Two fundamental rules of web design eagerly taught by most experts until not so long ago were: a) web design doesn’t work the same as print design, and b) when designing a web page, be mindful of prevailing conventions. Both rules are still valid to a certain extent, but not absolutely.
Good lighting can do wonders. Here’s a tip on using proper lighting effects in web design.
Let’s celebrate the new season with stunning designs that display the best nature has to offer. Happy Friday Focus!
Quick tips on simplifying website navigation for my mom.
Want to be a better web designer this year? Five things to add to your New Year’s Resolutions list.
Five awesome tools for wireframing your web designs.