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Everyone loves an infographic. Designers love putting them together. Marketers love promoting them. Clients love commisioning them. Customers like to read them. It’s a wonder the Web hasn’t been turned into one big infographic! But designing an infographic can be a lengthy and difficult process. Just where do you start? What style do you employ? […]
Advertise here with BSA Textures are a good way to add personality, depth and interest to a design. But the key to using textures is to not over do it. In other words, keep it subtle. To celebrate textures and spring, which is just around the corner, we decided to gather some free flower textures for you to use...
Great piece by Joel Gascoigne: The Habits of Successful People: They Start Small “The challenge for a lot of us is that when we go about our lives, we interact with so many “big” things and we forget or don’t even know how they originally started. It’s difficult to understand how the evolutionary process of […] The post Starting Small appeared first on Bokardo.
Simple. That’s the commonality this month as dozens of new WordPress themes became available and many had a common thread. Judging by this group of themes, minimalistic styling and simple design are definitely in. Every month we’ll be bringing you our pick of the best free WordPress themes released in the previous month. Here are […]
Advertise here with BSA Looking for some high quality vintage logos or insignias? We’ve got your covered. We’ve gathered 30 for you to use in your projects, for inspiration, or simply a starting point for your designs. These files all have editable layers and are fully scalable. Enjoy! 9 Hand Drawn Editable Vintage Logos 6 Free Customizable Retro/Vintage Logos...
Motion graphics are flat out neat. They’re what dazzles our eyes at the beginning of movies and during commercials. They’re what takes stagnant illustrations and makes them great animations. Even little pieces of motion graphics are implemented in video productions as well. There’s no other way to say it—motion graphics are cool. As connection speeds […]
Typography is, put simply, the arrangement of type in order to facilitate communication. As a craft, it’s been around for hundreds of years, but the web form is still very much in its infancy—no doubt typographers in a decade’s time will gasp at our lack of soft hyphen, or half space. On the Web, typography […]
Every tool that sets out to kill email ends up sending it instead. This is a guest post by Mathilde… Read more… You're reading The Unbundling of Email at Work, a post from the Intercom Blog. Intercom is a simple, personal messaging service for businesses and their customers. Show More Summary
Google+ Hangouts have been at the heart of some of the hottest video conferencing technologies since it first debuted as part of Google+ several years ago. The Hangouts’ technology creates a dynamic place to engage your social network through video, chat, and other applications. Let’s uncover how to use this unique video conferencing system from […]
I think it’s really easy for anybody to say “we care about quality” or “quality is job #1?. In fact, I just wrote it twice…it’s very easy to do. But actually executing on quality is extremely difficult as quality takes time and care. And it’s hard to argue for something that takes time when all […] The post Jony Ive on quality appeared first on Bokardo.
Advertise here with BSA Your website is your most vital online tool. When visitors click on your homepage, it’s often their ?rst opportunity to interact with your brand. If you’re not getting results, you’ve probably made some major—and pretty common—mistakes on your site. Fortunately, it’s often easy to correct such problems. By employing a few simple measures, you can...
What is your main reason for visiting web design blogs and other sites offering design related content? Are you looking for inspiration, how-to tips, tutorials or an expert’s advice? All this is very important, but have you ever hadShow More Summary
What makes an infographic successful? As designers, we want it to achieve a balance of two main things: Did the reader get the message we wanted them to get? Was the message memorable? Doctoral student Michelle Borkin of Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences worked with collaborators to collect, analyze and present 2,070 single-panel […]
Advertise here with BSA App store optimization is the process of improving the visibility of your app in the app store. App store optimization is deeply related to search engine optimization, specially when you work on improving the ranking of your app in the app store search results. Show More Summary
Two definitions of startups: One from an excellent piece by Steve Blank on why companies are not startups: “a startup is a temporary organization designed to search for a repeatable and scalable business model. The corollary for an enterprise is: A company is a permanent organization designed to execute a repeatable and scalable business model. Show More Summary
Advertise here with BSA Single page websites are an excellent way to deliver a clean and simple experience. Showcasing everything you need in a single page may be a challenging process, but a lot of designers love this idea and put together amazing one page designs. From a simple page with pics and text, to amazing parallax scrolling effects,...
Emerging trends in modern web design have brought about new layouts and new interface styles. Flat & metro design has become a huge design style amongst digital creatives. Simple flat UI elements combined into a minimalist layout provide an excellent solution for any professional designer’s website(or design team). Show More Summary
The March edition of what’s new for web designers and developers includes new web apps, photoshop plugins, productivity tools, graphics programs, CSS frameworks, jQuery plugins, and some really great new fonts. Many of the resources below are free or very low cost, and are sure to be useful to a lot of designers and developers […]
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 […]