Make the logo bigger, a simple client request. But what's the motivation behind it? And why is it the chagrin of designers everywhere?
"My breakthrough changed the way I approach building a website. Instead of thinking of every last detail of every last page, I shifted my focus to designing a system and getting to code faster." - Alex Caldwell
The concept of designing for the fold has always been a focus for web designers, but as technology continues to grow and diversify, is it an outdated principle?
Responsive design is essential to e-commerce platforms. Your CMO, not your CTO, should be leading the charge!
Can't we just be friends? Why do we have to argue the case between Responsive Website, and Native Mobile Application? Why not both?
It’s important to project the best image of your business, and your website is no exception to this rule. The web is likely the first place your customers and potential customers are going to look to learn about your business. Check out this list to see if it's time for a redesign.
Now that we are more than halfway through 2013, let's examine some of the popular web design trends that have emerged. In this article we will discuss some overarching concepts as well as some specific web design techniques.
There are a ton of browser options out there, and for the amount of time we all spend on the Internet, you don’t want to waste any more time waiting for pages to load. To help shed a little light on the benefits and drawbacks of what’s available, I’ve created an infographic detailing the features of various browsers.
Responsive design is all about enhancing the user experience depending on the screen size of the device being used. Here are some responsive web design examples with some CSS and jQuery tips and tricks.
If clients always have the same few comments on all design presentations, maybe we're not doing a good job of educating them.