Designing for the Visually Impaired

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 a largely visual medium, this is becoming more and more of a factor online. Designers always want their work to stand out and look good […]

July 23, 2016

25 Websites for Graphic Design Textures and Patterns

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 and superior graphic design, but the specialized designed resources produce unbelievable results. If you want to know about the unique tools, you can follow this […]

May 14, 2016

A Designer’s Guide: How to Collaborate with Developers

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 that you could be the problem here, designer? If you answered yes (preferably with a sheepish look on your face), you are to be commended […]

April 18, 2016

5 Responsive and Trending Frameworks You Might Not Know

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 has become needful to create a responsive design that can adapt and adjust to different screen displays. The rise in demand for a responsive design […]

November 5, 2015

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

Even if you’re used to working with visual tools all the time, sometimes you need to do some coding by hand. After so many years of people predicting the death of text editors, they seem to be nothing but thriving – they’re the best kind of tools you can use for having full control over […]

August 25, 2015

Are Flat Designs becoming “Too Flat”

Lately, I’ve seen a big surge of web designs that have fallen a bit short. Layouts that have somehow failed to impress me. Yes I see it’s modern. Yes it’s minimal – but it’s a little “too flat”. I fully understand the concept and am actually glad that people have actually caught up to the […]

May 24, 2014

Wix or Weebly – which one is the better Website Builder?

You’re probably wondering which site builder you should use for your personal, professional or business website? Since the market is being overwhelmed with so many products – chances are you will get confused on which is better. Some of the choices include names like WebStartToday, IMCreator and Breezi, But today, I would like to talk […]

April 3, 2014

Trends and Predictions: What's in Store for the Future of Web Design in 2014

For some people, the end of the year marks a time when we should take stock of our websites and see how it performed throughout the year. If you are all for improving your website, it’s time to break out the crystal ball and predict the upcoming web design trends that we’ll in 2014. Trend […]

December 23, 2013
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