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Ann Davlin

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 2,097
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 7,485
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 3,628
Car Website Templates – Points to Look For

When starting an online vehicle business you can’t be sure it will be profitable. All autos-related markets are highly competitive and you should be ready to work hard to succeed there.

By Ann Davlin 2014-04-30 0 3,227
Your Very First Website and Wedding: Surprising Things They Have in Common

Wedding is a fabulous day for most people. Typically it induces strong positive emotions and causes people to focus on happiness. This great occasion is unforgettable and we thought that it might be a good idea to create a wedding website for a wedding ceremony. Outwardly, it may seem a weird thing. But let’s give

By Ann Davlin 2014-04-28 0 1,599
10 Yoga Principles You Should Apply in Web Design (Even if You’re Not a Yoga Fan)

In recent years yoga has become rather popular in many countries. It focuses on minds and physical perfection, so it matches people with different activity levels. Today we’d like to try to apply yoga principles in web design and to see how to improve your workdays.

By Ann Davlin 2014-04-17 0 1,533
40 Famous Websites Built with Ruby on Rails

Have you ever tried to code with Ruby? It is considered to be one of the most beginner-friendly programming languages. It is fun and flexible, so everybody who wants can become a developer.

By Ann Davlin 2014-03-31 0 9,342
Online Ruby Courses to Make Learning More Fun

Ruby is one of the most beginner-friendly and flexible languages on the web. It’s more popular than you can imagine. Really! GitHub. Fiverr, CrazyEgg, Hulu, Imgur and other popular websites are developed with Ruby.

By Ann Davlin 2014-03-26 0 2,425
Badge Rewards as a Website UI and Engagement Experience

From the early childhood we know when doing right we’re getting a reward and when being wrong we are punished or ended up with nothing. It works for grown ups as well. Some adults will do just about anything to get a peophy, even if it is non-material one.

By Ann Davlin 2014-03-07 0 3,550
Web Design Myths under the Microscope

Internet is a place where reality and digital world come together. We’re sure you can’t imagine your life without computers, phones and wi-fi connections. Virtual life becomes as much important as our daily routine and that’s why the way your site looks can affect all spheres of life.

By Ann Davlin 2014-03-04 0 2,569