Are Wireframes the Best Supplement to Site Maps?

February 17, 2016 at 2:22 pm By

The overall layout of a design can be challenging to some and as of lately sitemaps aren’t quite cutting it when it comes to building/designing a successful website. A new report claims that wireframes could be the best remedy for the issue and might have a lot of clout when it comes to creating a successful site.

Uber’s Stellar Rebranding Unveiled

February 3, 2016 at 2:24 pm By

Uber has now become a transportation giant spreading through the U.S. and even overseas. It’s a new hip way to travel and well, drives actual Taxi drivers pretty crazy. While the company is still successful and raking in the big bucks, it has come time for a makeover. Uber recently unveiled their big rebranding plan complete with a new Uber…

Web Design Trends to Consider

January 14, 2016 at 2:30 pm By

It seems as if the state of web design shifts pretty often in terms of trends used by designers who are looking to create the best possible site they can. Each year a new set of trends arise and shift as the year progresses. A new article is pointing out five trends to keep an eye on for this year…

Tobias Frere-Jones Releases Mallory Typeface

December 2, 2015 at 2:25 pm By

The historic world of typefaces sees yet another addition with Tobias Frere-Jones’ Mallory typeface, the first since separating from his partner Jonathan Hoefler. The result is a crisp typeface with an almost unnoticeable slant that adds even more character to the design.

Adapting Web-Design for Print

November 20, 2015 at 2:20 pm By

Web designers don’t have to stick to online design. There is a way you can continue to grow your artistic talents by translating your skills on the computers to print pieces. Business2Community sees this as a way to grow your client base and provided a few key guidelines in adapting your skills as a web designer for print.

Does Email Design Matter?

November 18, 2015 at 2:11 pm By

Email design is pretty much in the same drab state it has been in for quite some time now. However, does it really matter to users? It’s entirely up to you, however Ernie Smith of Association Now points out many of theΒ dull design features in many of today’s widely used email services, which might make you concentrate a bit harder…

What Do Well Constructed Websites Contain?

November 12, 2015 at 2:29 pm By

As a designer, developer or both there is often a moment before diving into a project where you decide what you want to go for and how you want to accomplish it. Everyone has their own interpretation of what the necessities of a well constructed website are. That being said, Business 2 Community highlights five important aspects that they believe…

HD Resolution Quick Solutions For Web Designers

October 7, 2015 at 1:32 pm By

In today’s technology market consumers are being offered devices that have some of the highest resolutions that the tech world has ever seen so far. What a lot of consumers may not know is that designers are having to put in a lot more work when it comes to making sites functional for an HD device.

Making the Transition From Developer to Designer or Both

September 17, 2015 at 2:06 pm By

It’s hard to imagine having to play dual roles in your profession especially ones that may require going back to school or added training that takes time and money. Developers are becoming more frustrated by having to depend on designers for feedback or direction and designers are constantly frustrated with the results and having to work back and forth. So,…

Are Designers Falling Victim to Development?

September 15, 2015 at 1:54 pm By

There has always been a divide between web-developers and web-designers. There are countless articles online such as “6 Ways Designers and Developers Can Work Together,” as if it is an impossible task. So, who is really at fault here? Well, Francis Onwumere suggests a simple solution might be for designers to learn how to code.