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Weekly News Roundup – 4 January 2013

January 4, 2013 • By

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 30 Stunning User Interface examples, how you can provide unique value to your clients, 9 pitfalls of of web hosting and how to avoid them, furthermore we take a look at how you can make your website more tablet friendly as well as great ways to use the website footer.

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Tips

Amazing Tips for Improving Web Typography

September 23, 2010 • By

Designers tend to be perfectionists, as everything they do has to fit in place precisely the way they intend it to be whether based on concepts or imagination. Most browsers tend to default to Times New Roman or the likes, which does not quite blend in with sleek, imaginative, and very creative designs.READ MORE


Inspiration

25+ Websites With Professional and Creative Typography

May 10, 2010 • By

Typography plays a vital role in the quality, usability, and perception of a website design. When you’re able to embed a professional type into your design the general consensus is your website will look much more organized and legible. And when you make use of creative fonts and styles, it tends to grab attention and leave a unique impression in the minds of your users.READ MORE


Tips

High-Quality Fonts & Resources For a Better Mobile Experience

May 3, 2010 • By

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.

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Tips

Bold Typography At Its Best

April 12, 2010 • By

When used correctly, bold type can help you grab lots of attention from a wide range of users. It is also one of the most overlooked web trends where the “less is more” train of thought can be put to use. When you have a large number of texts being displayed on your website, how do you plan on making important phrases, words, and headlines stand out? Six times out of ten the answer would be bold type.READ MORE


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