With the rebirth of flat design and the popularity of minimalism, typography is taking a more central role in Web design.
I recently read an article by Sergio Nouvel, titled "Why Web Design is Dead," in which he argues … well, basically the article does what it says on the tin. That is to say Sergio articulates why, in his opinion, web design is no
In this article, we'll help explain what cards mean to the modern web UI designer: pros and cons, best practices, how they'll likely evolve in the future, and finally some online resources to help. If you'd like to learn more about
There are always new webdesign trends gaining momentum. Who could forget parallax scrolling from a few years ago, which is still popular today? As of late, long-scrolling pages are getting more attention from site visitors.
Color trends change, but vibrant color choices are a design element that stand the test of time. Bright color choices contribute to and work with the design itself to help provide valuable user experiences.
It happens to everyone at some point: You look back on a website design and realize that you made a mistake. And we're not talking about a misplaced comma. You see a full-scale can't-believe-you-did-that kind of design
Recent months have brought a lot of great stuff for designers at every skill level. We've got tools for designing websites. Some of them try to create a sort of hybrid visual/code workflow, while others hide the code away
Web design has become this predictable equation that usually combines a big hero block with a call to action at the top followed by feature blocks and full-width colors before another call to action button at the bottom. Zzzzzzz.
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