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Doodle Art in Web Design – How it Can Be Applied

Probably every web surfer knows what Doodle is. This fun logo is used by Google to celebrate holidays and all sorts of more or less notable events. It is comical and nobody knows how it will look in a day or two. So millions of people enjoy these changes and willingly keep after them.

By Ann Davlin 2014-07-14 8 4,090
Teen Websites to Break All the Barriers

When I just started thinking about this post I was sure that there are myriads of cool teen websites. It’s super great when you’re 15 and it might be reflected in web designs. That’s what I thought before. In practice everything appeared to be more oppressive.

By Ann Davlin 2014-06-30 0 3,132
Three Levels of Web Design on the Edge of Psychology

This article is what we think will be very good and valuable for web designers who regularly interact with clients and understand the importance of being good at what they are doing. There are hundreds of tactics you may apply for a new project but you need to find out one working great for the

By Ann Davlin 2014-06-19 0 1,675
50 Free Square Patterns of Different Styles, Sizes and Colors

The reason why Internet is so great is an availability of a lot of freebies of different kinds. An online surfer can find almost anything in a few seconds and that’s great! Some can argue that there are too many similar elements to download. Such a wide range of choices confuses and one can easily

By Ann Davlin 2014-06-10 0 5,605
Sports Website Templates Serving Your Needs Online

Making websites aimed at your favorite sport activity can be a real fun. Whether you’re an advanced developer or a lowly sport fan you’ll enjoy the process of designing and creating a website for active people. Now we’d like to talk about sports website templates that can help you on this way. Don’t think that

By Ann Davlin 2014-06-06 0 1,985
Productivity Tips for Designers Who Care about What They Do

Do you know what to do and what not to do to enjoy your workdays and to get the most out of them? With these productivity tips for designers you’ll be able to control your business without getting burned out.

By Ann Davlin 2014-06-02 0 1,222
40 Retro Websites with a Spirit of Nostalgia

Retro style applies to 1910 – 1950 years. Some people claim that this term is longer valid and that retro goes on till the late 80-s, others are sure that the late 80-s are about those vintage years. But either way, both vintage and retro techniques are quite similar and can easily supplement each other.

By Ann Davlin 2014-05-30 0 2,684
Web Design Studio Sites – What Do They Need Most

Web design studios are created to help people launch their own websites. Anybody with extended design and development skills can found a creative agency and start making business. There are a few general questions that you have to ask yourself before the beginning. That are: What’s the aim of your business? What’s the difference between

By Ann Davlin 2014-05-27 0 1,653
36 Polygon Style Web Designs: A Magic of Geometry

Polygon art is deeply rooted in 3D modeling and video games designing. Now it is widely spread in graphics and web design and, frankly speaking, it is absolutely deserved. Angular geometric shapes bring a surreal experience into ordinary designs. In general, people like original solutions like that.

By Ann Davlin 2014-05-14 0 6,310
The Art of Texture in Web Design

Do you like the use of texture in web design? When a designer knows where to stop textures can give a clear definite focus on every element. It won’t confuse, but will rather impress site visitors.

By Ann Davlin 2014-05-07 0 2,730