Archive for March, 2014


How to Create a Pinteresting Web Design

March 31st, 2014

Tweet A Pinteresting web design may just involve the site Pinterest, which drove more traffic to publishers last September than Twitter, LinkedIn and Reddit combined according to Mashable. It’s a staple in today’s visual online worlds. And because it links all shared images back to the source page, it’s a beautiful way to exponentially increase […]

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Top Tips for Strategic Web Design

March 28th, 2014

Tweet Strategic web design is not about just about pixels. It’s about policies, priorities and people, according to Smashing Magazine. And one of the many traits of good web design is about diving deep into strategy. When you know exactly where you need to go, you can map your route, look at your resources, and […]

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How To Use Responsive Images

March 27th, 2014

Tweet Responsive design is the bees knees. Well, if bees had knees, which they don’t, those knees would be responsive design. Or something. Anyway, responsive images are important not just because it’s popular. In fact, it’s the other way around. Responsive design is popular because it’s an important way of reaching the broadest audience on […]

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How to Understand Mobile User Experience

March 17th, 2014

Tweet The mobile user experience can seem pretty abstract, especially when you’re trying to target your audience through web design, or you’re building a new app. After all, the user experience on a mobile device is nothing like that of a desktop device. And to make things even more complex, the phrase “mobile device” describes […]

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How to Find the Best Typography for Your Web Design

March 14th, 2014

Tweet Good web design has various traits, and typography definitely is one of them. It falls under the “usability” and “visuals” category. After all, a website is only as stylish and usable as the typography it uses to display text. Most blogs and other websites use only the default options, which hardly qualify to be […]

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