Who does not recognize this logo? It was actually designed by a college student and represents the wing of the Greek Goddess, Nike. No matter what color or size, this logo represents a brand that we all know. Logos are the visual representation of a company, and they must symbolize what that company does and offers; they must help establish a connection with customers. Continue Reading »
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Content management systems have taken web design by storm. Nearly 75 million websites use WordPress, one of the most popular free Content Management Systems (CMS), making up 40 percent of the CMS market share. Still, nearly 70 percent of websites do not use a CMS at all. Many developers view using a CMS as an option for non-technical people. Continue Reading »
Designing is the aesthetics part in web development, however now looking at the proliferation in the development world you get to delve much deeper and uncover the cognitive impact of the design world.
Now that you have gone through all the aspects of developing a highly functional and feature-rich web design, you now have to master the Photoshop design tool to articulate your emotions perfectly. Continue Reading »
Creating advanced web designs for mobile was once an impossible dream. Right now, there’s a wealth of creative workarounds to test and try in order to render a native vibe to mobile web browsing. Fortunately, pioneering smartphones are now permitting web designers to unleash high-performance smartphone UI patterns that feature a native feel; they’re built and particularly designed for the web. Continue Reading »
Responsive websites are in vogue, and rightly so. Since the dawn of time, user-friendliness has dictated the success or the lack of it for any product across any domain, and websites are no different. A non-responsive website takes a major hit on the responsiveness scale, simply for the fact that it does not feel accessible on diverse platforms. Continue Reading »
There are numerous ways that a Web developer can make the page a little more SEO friendly. If you are the Webmaster and Web developer, you will be able to add the SEO elements to your page and fill them out at the same time. This will make optimizing your pages a little easier and quicker. Continue Reading »
They say 2013 is the year of Responsive Web Design, the year when responsiveness will come into its own. Actually, the field of web design and development is already going through a responsiveness induced revolution of sorts.
Let´s face it, we as designers and developers simply cannot keep up with all the new resolutions and devices entering the market at a rapid clip. Continue Reading »
For print and Web designers, Stock Photography is a must. Several years ago, there were only a few Free Stock Photography Resources, but now their number has dramatically increased and finding the best ones that offer free high-quality photos can be a headache at best.
Do you need a free photo for you next creation? Continue Reading »
For developers and designers, cheat sheets offer essential help in providing quick reference guide. In my previous post, I listed 37 must-have cheat sheets for Web developers and Web designers. Nonetheless, I left out many more cheat sheets for other Web programming, scripting and markup languages, and for different frameworks and Web technologies, that is impossible to list. Continue Reading »