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 […]
With Valentine’s day just around the corner, now’s the time to be decking out your blog, site, or newsletter with a few choice messages of love. This great set of 40 (almost) flat icons designed by roundicons.com is packed with all manner of hearts and assorted symbols of love. Our favorites are the heart with […]
An interesting set of steps by Stephen Wunker: Six Steps to Put Christensen’s Jobs-to-be-Done Theory into Practice. I’ve rewritten them slightly below. Understand the basic jobs to be done Understand who the true competitors are Understand...Show More Summary
Origami, developed by the Facebook design team, is one of the emerging next-generation tools for designers producing interactive, flexible websites and apps. It’s also free. Origami is not a standalone application, but is actually aShow More Summary
Stock imagery is one of the toughest things to get right on a website. Hunting for the right image can be time-consuming, frustrating, and all too often fruitless. The key to getting it right is having access to the widest pool of stock images possible. That’s why we’re delighted to announce that our sister-site, MightyDeals.com, […]
Dear Josh, I have some exciting news to share with you. Our startup, one you’ve never heard of, recently acquired your email and now want to let you know that we’ve released something that isn’t relevant to your life. But, and here is where you come in, you have the opportunity of a lifetime to […] The post Dear Josh appeared first on Bokardo.
Advertise here with BSA I was browsing through websites one day and came across one really interesting feature. Jennifer Perrin has a small blog on her website which uses a fixed top navbar. In the center you'll find a profile avatar photo which displays her full author bio(triggered by hover). Show More Summary
Now that 3d printing is all the rage, everybody’s dream is to become a product designer. However, if you’re new to product design, the… Continue Reading ? The post Perfect product design appeared first on Design Reviver - Web Design Blog.
Advertise here with BSA Over at ThemeTrust, we just released a brand new WordPress theme called Port. It’s a beautiful and stylish agency theme that features multiple parallax sections on the home page, and a sleek slide-out main navigation. Check out ThemeTrust for a live demo. At Theme Trust when you buy one theme, you get another free. Just […]
It’s looking to be the hottest trend to hit web design since large text: inline typefaces are the perfect marriage of character and clarity. Perfect for flat design, inline typefaces create texture without using bevels or drop shadows. Typically they have hairline strokes inside the thicker bold strokes; this gives them a bold, chunky legibility, […]
Advertise here with BSA Breadcrumbs, or breadcrumb navigation, is a type of navigation that shows the user's location in a website. They are horizontally arranged text links separated usually by the “greater than” symbol (>) which will show where the user is based in the hierarchy of the site. Show More Summary
Advertise here with BSA Icons are certainly a very important element of a design. It doesn’t matter if you are putting together a website or app, icons will be the key for several user interactions. This is why it’s always good to fill your library with good icons you can count on. The good thing is that there are […]
Dropbox founder Drew Houston, in his presentation Dropbox: Startup lessons learned, says the number one risk of startups is to build something that no one wants. It’s such an easy statement, right? Who in their right mind wouldn’t build something that people want? It seems so obvious. Show More Summary
This week is all about food, Monday we showed you that food can also be beautiful art, today we have compiled 16 amazing food… Continue Reading ? The post 16 Amazing food inspired web designs appeared first on Design Reviver - Web Design Blog.
The newer Adobe Creative Suite 6 includes many updates for experienced creatives. Anyone who has designed or developed websites in Dreamweaver knows about typical methods within the development environment. Whether you choose to build...Show More Summary
Despite the fact that it’s a huge trend these days, using large scale photographs, or just photography incorporated into your design at all, can be tricky to get right. If you’re struggling to get it right, you could do worse than read How To Use Photography in Web Design, a post from the archives that walks […]
This quote by author Neil Gaiman works for product design as a whole: “When people tell you something’s wrong or doesn’t work for them, they are almost always right. When they tell you exactly what they think is wrong and how to fix it, they are almost always wrong.” This insight by Gaiman exposes a […] The post The designer’s job appeared first on Bokardo.
It’s that time of year again, when cupid draws back his bow, and florists quadruple their prices. As St. Valentine’s day rapidly approaches, it’s time to start thinking about who your special someone might be. And whilst the rest of the population buys cards for loved ones, as designers we’re in the enviable position of […]
Advertise here with BSA Everyone aims for a high rate of productivity, especially when it comes to web design. In reality, however, projects tend to take a lot longer than you at first planned thanks to unexpected coding issues and poorly set up workspaces (not to mention changing customer demands). While you can’t predict what whims of fancy your […]
Templating; it’s a fantastic web design idea for pulling together a business’ online presence, and creating the appearance of consistency. It’s especially useful when there are multiple sites, product lines, and/or tons of content. Either way, the last thing you want is a clamor of different voices diluting the brand and confusing customers. What is […]