Over the past few years white space has become immensely popular. Many people use white space whether it is in their headers, footers or simply to create space between elements, as a way to give their website a more simplistic and cleaner look. We have compiled a list of 20 great examples of white space in web design.
The guys at WebHostingBuzz have just released their latest infographic and it focuses on the state of social sharing in 2013. For web designers it is always important to know what social platforms are available as well as their popularity. The infographic states that 90% of companies with 100 or more employees use social media in their marketing mix.
The week is coming to an end and that means it is time for us to look back on the week that passed, the best design news, resources and other goodies. This week we look at wood patterns, beautiful WordPress designs, guide for using typography in responsive design, as well as some stunning app icons.
Every good web designer knows that if there is one thing you can never have enough of then it’s Fonts! As some of you might know we are great fans of different wonky fonts, therefore we have collected 20 of the most interesting fonts currerntly available on the internet. Most of these fonts are free, however a few of them are for personal use only, with the option of purchase for professional use.
No business owner wants their logo or marketing materials to appear like an amateur has put them together. When a potential customer goes to compare to like companies, the one that appears more knowledgeable and appealing will often win them over. Attractive marketing materials are essential since they are often the first impression a person has of a company or business.
Unfortunately, hiring a talented graphic designer involves quite a bit of money. Many budgets cannot bend their budgets to accommodate this type of service. So, how does a company ensure they are not only hiring the right designer, but that they are getting them at the best possible price?
The week is coming to an end and that means it is time for us to look back on the week that passed, the best design news, resources and other goodies. This week we look at CSS3 and HTML5 tutorials, what journalists need to know about web design, jQuery mobile for beginners, as well as great examples of typeface combinations in web design.
Surfing the net from a dedicated gaming console is not something new, in fact the ability to connect your gaming device to the internet was first introduced back in 1997 with the Game.com which allowed user to connect a dial-up modem and then check their email and browse the internet. However still to this day many designers ignore or pay very little attention to game console browsers when designing a new site. However there are some things that you need to remember when you are designing for a gaming console, added here are some of the most important things to remember, feel free to let us know if you think we forgot something.
Many designers contemplate the thought of whether being self employed as a freelancer, or working for a design firm. Of course there are many benefits and drawbacks to each of them, but your decision is based on whether these benefits and drawbacks are worthy for making your decision. Continue Reading →
Film or movie posters are prints used to advertise a film, as, hopefully, you had it figured out by now. Usually there are several versions for the same film and most of the time they differ from one continent or country to another, which makes sense if we think of the cultural differences or the various expectations of the audiences. There are also variations on the same theme with regard to size and more recently, mediums of representation. Continue Reading →