Advertise here via BSA Interface design is the cornerstone to any type of digital design career. Whether an interface is created for the desktop, web, or mobile, plenty of features tend to overlap and lead to the same conclusion. Show More Summary
As all motorists understand: it’s easier to get around a city in a compact ‘smart’ car, and motorway cruising is more comfortable in a… Continue Reading ? The post Top 5 tips to improve mobile UX appeared first on Design Reviver - Web Design Blog.
Advertise here with BSA Are you ready for an exciting new year in the ever-changing scene of web design? New trends and practices are looming on the horizon. Can you guess what they are? Your guess is as good as mine. In this article, I chose to look into WordPress themes. Themes for WordPress are either free or premium....
Advertise here with BSA Once a website reaches the stage where its coded and running in a browser the project is almost complete. Party time? Not yet Wayne, because after expelling that heavy sigh of relief you'll realize there are likely a few missteps or slight errors in the code. Show More Summary
The web has changed a lot over the last decade, and at the same time it hasn’t changed at all. If we look back 10 years we will find that the web had a very common layout pattern at work across the bulk of sites. This go-to pattern consisted of a header, footer, sidebar and […]
Advertise here with BSA Webmasters and business owners alike have been steadily gravitating towards Shopify. It’s a fantastic system packed with all the features you would expect from an eCommerce shop. With Shopify’s growing popularity there are hundreds of new & upcoming shop owners who need custom themes built using the Shopify theming engine. I’ll be covering a series...
Countless pixels were spilled during The Great UI Flattening of 2013–2014. It was a time of great change in the world of visual design: foreshadowed by Microsoft’s aggressively modernist Metro style, popularized and polarized by theShow More Summary
Design patterns are common solutions to common problems. When you add a slider to a homepage you’re employing a design pattern. When someone asks: “Why reinvent the wheel?” they’re advocating the adoption of a design pattern. On the Web, the term “design patterns” most often refers to programming techniques, however design patterns also exist within visual […]
Every week we tweet a lot of interesting stuff highlighting great content that we find on the web that can be of interest to web designers. The best way to keep track of our tweets is simply to follow us on Twitter, however, in case you missed some here’s a quick and useful compilation of […]
Every week we feature a set of comics created exclusively for WDD. The content revolves around web design, blogging and funny situations that we encounter in our daily lives as designers. These great cartoons are created by Jerry King, an award-winning cartoonist who’s one of the most published, prolific and versatile cartoonists in the world […]
This year we’ll be posting regular updates on the improvements we’re making and new features we’re shipping in Intercom. We’re kicking things off by highlighting the new Intercom features we shipped to close out 2014. In December, we...Show More Summary
The week is coming to an end and that means it is time for us to look back on the week that passed, the… Continue Reading ? The post Weekly Web Design News Roundup – January 16 appeared first on Design Reviver - Web Design Blog.
&c= " target="_blank"> &c= " border="0" alt="" /> Advertise here via BSA The practice of web design is not just about crafting something out of nothing. Many times you’ll work with clients or personal projects that already have a foundation, but just need an overhaul. Show More Summary
One of the hottest topics around is infinite scrolling. Infinite scrolling is the style of navigation that loads new content when you reach the bottom, like a Twitter feed, or a Pinterest board. Like any trend, infinite scrolling has its champions and its detractors. You’ll find perfectly valid arguments on both sides. What you as a designer […]
Through his detailed and witty teardowns of the new user flow of popular products like Instagram, Netflix and Snapchat, at useronboard.com, Samuel Hulick has become the go-to authority on onboarding. When I interviewed him recently our...Show More Summary
We’re back with another huge collection of free resources to fill up your designer’s toolbox. This month’s collection includes icons, mockups, templates, plugins and tons more. Take a browse through, see what’s available, and download what you like. Let’s get 2015 off to an awesome start… Material Design Icons (Expanded Color Version) This is […]
It seems like everyone is hiring designers! They’re hiring product designers, UX designers, creative directors, directors of design, UI designers, visual designers, etc. Here are a few tips on how to hire designers for those who are currently trying to do so. Show More Summary
So you have an amazing product and it’s time to create a killer landing page to sell it. Here’s how we did it. Most landing pages for SaaS products tend to focus too much on highlighting what you get (the features) and not enough on…...Show More Summary
Advertise here with BSA E-commerce, portfolio, blog, single app or product presentation, company presentation - these are just a few of the website types you’ll have to get up and running this year. So, in 2015, web designers need to work with the absolute best tools.The goal is to deliver top-notch results easier. Show More Summary