There’s an ongoing debate as to whether you should follow web design trends, and if so, to what extent. Keeping in step with these trends may help you stay updated with the latest developments in design, and it shows your audience, clients, and partners that you are continuously evolving as a designer. On the other […]
A 404 page informs your readers that the section they’re looking for has been removed or doesn’t exist. Its job is to help redirect them to relevant and working sections of your site (usually the home page), and give you both another chance to interact via other active pages. Usually, a simple and clear 404 […]
Official FIFA World Cup 2014 Poster In this collection, we’ve rounded up some of the most beautiful and eye-catching designs that celebrate this year’s FIFA World Cup. Their organic shapes, bold layouts, and vibrant color schemes may get your creative juices flowing for making your own posters for the event, or for other projects […]
Designing for web holds plenty of opportunities to exercise and expand one’s creativity. But there are also common pitfalls that can lead to bad design, and often they come in the form of trends, or standard practices that just refuse to die. Image source: Topdesignmag.Com Here are 10 web design trends that would best be […]
For 2014, flat web and UI design is now preferred by audiences and designers alike. Gone are the days of dimensionality (drop shadows, gradients, and reflections) that scream ‘millenium.’ Now, major companies such as Microsoft, Google, and Apple have gone flat, and while there still may be some issues with flatness, it greatly simplifies a […]
After several years since its launch, Adobe Photoshop still is the most popular and one of the best professional photo editing software. But there are also great alternatives to it that are absolutely free and equally handy to use. Here’s a list of some of the best free substitutes for Adobe Photoshop: 1. GIMP GIMP […]
Just like the silence between the notes in music, white space is the part intentionally left blank between elements in any kind of design. Although plenty of designers ignore it, white space is crucial in creating an effective layout, because without it, a design becomes cluttered, type becomes unreadable, and an entire arrangement of elements […]
No, this isn’t a template specifically made by and for introverted bloggers. Contrary to its name, the Socially Awkward WordPress theme boasts of a lot of features that encourage you to be socially active using your blog.