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It's the time of year when every blogger on the Web pulls out a crystal ball, dusts off the tarot cards and spends hours staring pointedly into tea cups in an effort to predict the trends for the coming year. The resulting lists usually range in...
When I was around 16, I got into freelancing for graphic design through a small non-profit. They needed some posters and book covers and I figured I could do that pretty easily. I handled things well for my age and made a couple bucks so I could buy...
If you've spent time exploring the creative industry, you've probably heard the phrase, ‘“rule of thirds’.” It's one of those expressions people like to use when they want to sound clever. Go ahead. You can make a mental note for later....
The dust hasn’t settled on the new Target.com redesign: the Web (OK, well, the web design community and a few actual Target customers) are looking for answers: Why, Target? Why? Who is responsible? The first question may be a little easier...
It's easy to get wrapped up in a trend and choose the option you think is most popular. But do you really know the drawbacks as well as the benefits of flat design? How about skeuomorphism? We've put together this fun infographic to help you work...
Once upon a time, in decades and centuries past, Lorem Ipsum served typesetters and printers well. That was back in the day when communication vehicles provided a passive, one-way experience. Today’s communication landscape is vastly...
With the release of iOS7, Apple made the most significant changes to their application design guidelines to date. iOS7’s design language emphasizes a light, almost minimalist aesthetic approach to interface controls, including all...
It's Black Friday, a day when all sensible Americans stay home eating leftovers and doing their shopping online. In honor of the almost-holiday, today we're going to take a look at some of the techniques store managers use to sell to us, and how...
Today, the California-based product design team at ZURB announce the release of Foundation 5, the responsive web design framework that’s been adopted by millions of designers and engineers. Designers have loved previous versions of...
Recently while perusing some of the discussions that are currently happening throughout the web design community, I happened across an active dialog going on in the comments of a Tuts+ article, All About Trends in Web Design. The write-up...
We love responsive web design and rightfully so. As a matter of fact, it's almost mind boggling when a website isn't responsive these days. It's been a trend on the up and up for a while now. It's also been a trend that seems to change and create new...
When someone lands on your website for the very first time, what happens? That’s the most critical point of conversion for any website: That moment when a new visitor takes their first glance at your page and decides whether or not they’ll...
Web Designers are typically thought to only solve design problems and create trendy sites. Little credit is given to the subtler role we play in commercial sites. Viewers’ focus and time are an increasingly rare commodity that pays for the...
The goal of responsive web design is to seamlessly adapt the look and UX of a website to different platforms. The technique is still very young and in many areas outstrips the available technology. Trilibis has announced the launch of SNOW —...