Are you new to web design? Learning a new skill can be overwhelming, especially if you do not know where to start from. We suggest you start learning web design from the basics. In this category you’ll find everything you need to know to begin creating that perfect website.
You probably know that creating a website from scratch is not a matter of a few hours or even a few days. It is a lot of work and learning, and it takes a lot of time to build one website from scratch. Or is it? Learn how to create your own unique website in just 30 minutes!
Most designers stopped implementing buttons as a design element around 2003/2004, using dynamic menu systems and CSS to dress things up instead. Strangely, buttons have made a comeback in web dev circles, now they're known as "ghost buttons" instead. This is literally the most anticipated trend for 2015. So you better get prepared if you want to stay up to date in the new year.
There are a lot of things you need to take into consideration when building your own website, who is the target audience, what will your website be about, how will it look. The list goes on and on. When planning your website, at some point you will be asking yourself what is the best website builder. In this article we will provide five simple tips for making this choice easier.
An educational story from an experienced web developer. A lot of valuable information for newbies here. And we are sure even experienced designers/developers will find something of value here as well.
The spookiest holiday of all is in just two weeks! Have you already decorated your website for the occasion? If you are yet to find the right design elements for that purpose - here they are. More than 30 completely FREE Halloween-themed design elements.
Websites are obviously an extremely visual way of communicating with people, and color plays a very large part in that communication process. The guide we've put together here will lead you on a journey of discovery through color, and what it means for your web design efforts. Enjoy!
You can make logging into your site as complex or as simple a process as you want, but as you'll see from the tips I share here that now might be a good time to put some common sense to use, and stick to keeping your overall login process relatively simple.