The eye is probably the most complex organ in our body, acting as a middle man between the external world and our perception of… Continue Reading ? The post An interactive guide to the human eye appeared first on Design Reviver - Web Design Blog.
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Following Google’s Material Design principles results in engaging, and up to date designs. But also produces an end result that ends up looking like…well, Google. Super-smart branding move on their part, but not great if you want to retain the strength of your own brand. InVision set out to create an email design that adheres to Material […]
Salespeople do not like the idea of live chat. We see it taking away our power to prioritize our time for leads and instead gives that power to whoever happens to be online at that moment. At Intercom, we’ve worked hard to change this...Show More Summary
If your website, or your clients’ websites are non-responsive, then you only have until April 21st 2015 to make them mobile-friendly. On Tuesday 21st, if your sites aren’t mobile-friendly you can kiss goodbye to Google search engine rankings, and say hello to clients banging on the door demanding to know why their sites just dropped […]
Are you looking for some realistic mock ups for your printed products? Here we put together awesome free magazine mockups that will definitely come in handy. These mockups will give you and your clients a sneak peek to how the product will look like in real life. Use them to enhance your presentation for clients...
Advertise here with BSA A website or mobile app developer will at times encounter significant obstacles when attempting to convert design images to SEO-friendly, multi-browser compatible code. Even if the developer has the necessary programming skills, PSD to HTML conversion can be a tedious, likely to fail process. Show More Summary
When you uncover the jobs that your product is hired for it can inform your entire go-to-market strategy. While Jobs-to-be-Done has become popular in product design and development it can also inform other functions in your organization. Show More Summary
If you’re running low on inspiration and are looking for some help to raise your game, you should attend one of the Future of Web Design conferences. Organised by Future Insights, an Atlantic-spanning events company, the three day conferences for web designers and developers focus almost entirely on future developments in our industry. There are four main events […]
Author Bio: Tomer Lerner is an award-winning designer and a UX Manager at Webydo – the code-free website design platform for professional designers – where he manages the UX development team to push beyond the limits of creativity. The...Show More Summary
Many designers use Photoshop as a graphics editing tool or as a tool for creating website mockups. However Photoshop is primarily meant for digital photo editing. One such area of work is compositing which takes two(or more) photos and combines them together into one photo. Show More Summary
It’s been a while since Style Tiles were brought into this world by the genius of one Samantha Warren. For those of you who might have looked at them once, and then forgotten what they are, here’s a quick explanation: Style Tiles are a sort of template that allows you to quickly test and preview […]
There are many fundamental principles of art & design which are crucial for every web designer to understand. One such principle is negative space, also known as white space. The use of white space can be difficult to explain but it’s much more obvious via example. Negative space is a key component to any great...
Advertise here with BSA Designing for astute balance is never an easy task. Although it should be a primary objective in each designer's mind, balance tends to appear once a composition has reached a state of equilibrium. This requires some idea generation because it's silly to assume that balance can be achieved from a blank page. Show More Summary
In this month’s edition of what’s new for designers and developers, we’ve included lots of new apps for design teams, new design tools, lots of web apps, learning resources, productivity resources, new frameworks, new mobile apps, and much more. And as always, we’ve also included some awesome new free fonts! Almost everything on the list […]
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 week, the Web went giddy at the knees over the release of Monotype’s Neue Haas Unica. The typeface is a redesign of Haas Unica, itself an attempt to fuse the better qualities of Helvetica and Univers. Originally designed in the late ’70s and published in 1980 by the Haas type foundry. The design was […]
Once upon a time, there was a mystical creature known as the Unicorn. This beautiful developer/designer/interface specialist/content creator/etc. was much beloved by everyone in the industry… until they were hunted into extinction. What happened to the once ubiquitous unicorn, and why is the term experiencing a growing resurgence today? It has a great deal to […]
Advertise here with BSA Everything becomes crystal clear through the lens of a camera. Imagine if all the inspiring stories would be highlighted on a beautiful photography blog. Well, you can give a helping hand by learning how to become...Show More Summary