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Responsive Typography: Bigger, Brighter, Bolder

Despite the growing trend to visuality and great use of photos, pics and sketches to present data on the web, there is still much about text. Web is still 95% about typography and we still need to read lots of text to get all the necessary information. That’s why typography is still one of the

By Helen Stark 2014-10-30 0 5,658
What Color Palette Generator Suits You Best: 46 Cool Color Tools

Color is a powerful tool of many design fields. Beautiful color palette may attract visitors to the website, and vice versa – a poorly planned palette may ruin the impression and even kill website conversions.

By Helen Stark 2014-09-09 1 13,554
Symmetry and Asymmetry in Web Design: What Do You Prefer?

One of the main characteristics of a perfect website design is a sense of harmony and balance. Symmetry and asymmetry in web design are widely used to provide the website with a special image. In human mind symmetry is mostly associated with that balance, so most of us consider symmetry to deliver a true beauty.

By Helen Stark 2014-08-21 1 16,238
Why You Want to Use Whitespace in Web Design

The term Whitespace in web design is usually referred to the blank space around all other design elements (pics, graphics, text, columns, menus etc.). In fact, it doesn’t necessarily has to be of white color. It just doesn’t have any functional elements, buttons, pictures and typography. This white space can provide the website design with

By Helen Stark 2014-08-20 0 8,057
Grid-Based Design: Refined Simplicity

Grid-based design is simple and elegant. It uses pure classic forms like square and rectangle in various combinations. Such combinations are multiple and help to create unique layouts. Grid is the main organizing design for Metro style, but it’s not the exclusive Metro creation. In general, most of website layouts are based on grid structure

By Helen Stark 2014-08-14 0 9,019
Five Efficient 404 Pages Tips: Convert Errors Straight into Profit

Custom Error Page appears on every site when something unexpected happens with the page link. Technically, 404 error is a request error – this means the user has typed in the URL that doesn’t exist on the server. Even though it’s most likely the user’s fault, it’s still very disappointing for the user. Web designers

By Helen Stark 2014-08-13 0 9,803
How Physician Website Can Help Build Relationship with Patients

In the modern times, where the use of Internet has taken over the world, physicians have also taken to the web to interact with their patients on one to one and group basis. Now, a lot of basic questions that you would never go ask your doctor, you can ask online. Information regarding hospitals and

By Selena Mitchell 2013-12-25 0 3,973
6 Tips to Create an Effective Call to Action Button

If you are stuck because in the process of creating your one and only website you have reached that stage in which you will have to design a call to action button, then you should totally have a look at the following suggestions. The paragraphs that are to come will show you exactly what you

By Adrian 2013-05-30 0 4,179
Top 10 Most User-friendly Content Management Systems

There are plenty of different content management systems all around the Internet. No matter you’re setting a personal blog, a corporate website or just want to start out your online business, the age of CSS and hand-codding pages are left in the past. Today all it takes is purchasing hosting and installing a content management

By Nancy Young 2012-11-16 0 13,312
9 Valuable Design Protocols Every Designer Should Follow

Internet has hit the world like a storm and has revolutionized the way everything works now. An average person spends a major chunk of his day surfing through the web, and the Internet is believed to have answers for all the plausible questions one can think of. Given the present scenario, where the popularity and

By Mark Wilston 2011-12-27 0 4,130