The transition from skeuomorphic design to flat design is old news. Gone are the days of emulating real life in a digital form… or are they?
The design industry is highly saturated these days, thus increasing the level of quality necessary to be truly innovative. I've compiled some noteworthy work from various mediums of design to highlight the innovation that still exists in such a crowded market.
Make the logo bigger, a simple client request. But what's the motivation behind it? And why is it the chagrin of designers everywhere?
“I’d say the greatest improvement I’ve made over the last year is becoming more comfortable designing for the web. I try to consider the user as much as possible throughout the design process.” - Hannah Volz, Designer
"Have you ever had that feeling, where you remember something you did as a young kid and then just cringe and wonder what the hell you were thinking? Well, you can get that feeling when developing too, and it’s a massive headache." - Kyle Jasso, Developer
"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
Digital Marketers far and wide, look no further for Google Tag Manager Help.
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for the fold has always been a focus for web designers, but as technology continues to grow and diversify, is it an outdated principle?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?