Check out this neat infographic that explains the differences between serif and sans serif fonts. You’ll learn when to use one over the other as well as examples and web usages. Let us know what you think! Continue Reading →
Let’s be honest even though we all strive to be the best at everything most of us still make common mistakes that we honestly believe is the correct way to write them out. You are not the person to blame as we generally learn from online tutorials and from sample files that we may download to play around with.
The problem with this is what we are actually learning may not be proper, but rather what the tutorial author or author of the sample think is right, and results in a negative domino effect. Additionally, the same may apply to purchasing books and learning from them, as it all depends on the author and how they learned as well. Continue Reading →
It used to be that the more information you could cram onto your main site the better, however today all of that has changed, today websites need to be as simple and sleep looking as possible. However often designers are wondering just how to simplify their design, therefore here is a post with five ways to keep your web design simple.
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 different ways to improve your Google ranking, how SEO differs between mobile and desktop devices, what can you do to improve the load speed of your site, as well as why wire-framing is so important.
Throughout the past two years web designers have become more and more aware of the importance of responsive web design, in other words making their sites viewable on different devices, as well as at different resolutions, in other words whether you are on an iPad Mini or a MacBook Pro with Retina Display the site must work just as well. Last week was the first release of the public preview for Adobe’s latest Edge tool, Edge Reflow.
Every web designer knows that today it is almost impossible to create a website with just one program. Sometimes it can get a little confusing to remember which code goes with which language, furthermore sometimes you forget the shortcuts that make your life much easier. This is where cheat sheets come into handy. A cheat sheet is simply a printable reference or guide to a particular software package, language, framework, etc.
Here are 10 of my favorite cheat sheets.
We can all agree that it’s very difficult to define inspiration, as it’s a very personal process that’s tailored to your precise creative measurements. But if you are in a tight spot, inspiration-wise or really need somebody to take you by the hand and show you around, then read on. Continue Reading →
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 Freebies you can’t miss in February, The new Adobe updates, as well as responsive design for the future, furthermore we look at symmetrical logos and WordPress plugins that will make your life easier.
In part ONE we presented the first 10 in a collection of 20 great HTML5 and CSS3 tutorials. Everyone agrees that tutorials are the best way to learn something new and stay up to date with the latest changes in the industry, so we have compiled a list of can’t miss tutorials. Let us know if you think we forgot a cool tutorial! Continue Reading →