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Showcase your Photo Portfolio with PhotoTouch Responsive WordPress Theme

PhotoTouch is a beautiful photo theme designed for the Photographer on the go. We are impressed on how this template has responded well on both a mobile device and desktop. Elements such as the slider, single posts, portfolio pages – all have the unified look of a native mobile phone app. Take this theme for a spin and you’ll appreciate the graphic design details it has to offer.

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Outsourcing your Web Development

April 22, 2017 in Web Design
It is not a question that you need an online website to succeed in business. A good option is the web development altogether. There’s no point in having a website that ... read more

DIY Web Building & Web Design: Tips on Time Management

March 31, 2017 in Business, Web Design
You have a lot going on as a business owner, so the thought of adding building, designing, and maintaining a website (also known as DIY web) on top of all ... read more

What Should Always Be in the Footer?

September 19, 2016 in Web Design
What is one thing every house and building has in common? A solid foundation. The rest of the building is up to the architect’s artistic freedom. The way it’s designed ... read more

Designing for the Visually Impaired

July 23, 2016 in Graphic Design, Web Design
Unless you know someone who is visually impaired, or you deal with serious eyesight issues of your own, it’s easy to take seeing clearly for granted. Considering the internet is ... read more

Top 25 Useful Free Websites for Graphic Design Textures and Patterns

May 14, 2016 in Inspiration, Web Design
Graphic is an excellent practice and art of projecting and planning ideas as well as experiences with textual and visual content. There are several options available to make an awesome ... read more

A Designer’s Guide: How to Collaborate with Developers

April 18, 2016 in General, UI / UX, Web Design
How many times have you had to see good designs annihilated by ‘amateur’ developers? Hurts something fierce when it’s your own design, doesn’t it? On the flipside, have you considered ... read more

5 Responsive and Trending Frameworks You Might Not Know

November 5, 2015 in Web Design
Embracing a RWD (or Responsive Web Design) approach has not been so important, the way it is today. Whether you’re building a one page site or large size website, it ... read more

Here are the Top 10 Text Editors for Web Designers and Developers

August 25, 2015 in Web Design
Text editors have been around since the dawn of programming. One might think that this would be replaced by visual tools, it has actually become better. Here are 10 Text Editors for Web Designers. read more