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 how you can implement Responsive Web Design, four things media companies must do in 2013, different design elements to optimize your blog, as well as how you can make sure your animations are triggering at the right time.
2013 is almost upon us, and that means you better prepare for the year ahead and the web design trends that will undoubtedly have a major impact on your website in 2013. Unless you are prepared then before you know there will be a new trend in the market. While some trends from 2012 might retain there is no doubt that 2013 will bring a lot of new ideas and trends. So without further ado here are our predictions for high-impact web design trends in 2013.
It is always surprising how many fresh, innovative and always useful tools and resources appear from week-to-week from within the web design community. In this weeks design news round-up we take a look at four more cool and free new apps that may help you with your next web project.READ MORE
There is no topic more currently relevant than designing a web site that is compatible with the iPhone (or, any other mobile device). With the popularity of smart-phones it is now a must for ALL web sites to be ‘mobile-friendly’. This was a topic that was recently brought up on Answers, discussing the best solution for supporting the iPhone. So, what do you think? Do you have a simple solution, tip or answer?
With the huge popularity of mobile touch devices and the current major drive to make everything web related compatible with these devices, today’s Design Reviver Answers discussion is certainly relevant with current development trends. The question that was asked was “Will Touchscreen devices make hover states a thing of the past?”
There was an interesting question posted in the last few week on Answers, discussing a web design topic which is very popular and certainly relevant within the design community. The question was “What Do You Think is the Future of Mobile Development?”. Questions like these deserve to be opened up to a wider readership, so, what do you think?
Now that mobile browsing is ever increasing in popularity, it is in your best interest to start optimizing your websites to better fit the mobile platform and its limitations. There are many easy ways to enhance you website for mobile browsing without hindering much of your website; we discuss eight popular ones that can make a huge impact on usability.READ MORE
Designing for smaller screen resolutions can be a daunting task, especially if you’re not sure which fonts will mesh well with the mobile resolutions you’re designing for. In example, dark bold fonts that are prone to look really well on larger computer monitors will more than likely become blurred and distorted on smaller screens.
Over 2 billion mobile phone users have access to the web on a global scale. About 700 million of these users have or continue to use their mobile browsers to search the web on a consistent basis. As these numbers increase, the need for crisp, clean, and usable mobile websites are in high demand. READ MORE