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There are some things you just have to prioritize first, and that means building websites for speed from the outset. Learn what those things are.
Every designer loves a good and free font, at least I don't know even one designer that will pass a post like this one.
There are a number of excellent bug tracking and online collaboration tools available today which can and will help you work more effectively, both with other designers and your clients. Here are 3 of those tools reviewed.
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Unless you're a design professional you'd probably find yourself very surprised at just how much time, effort and money goes into choosing the perfect font for a particular brand. You'll never find big companies like Coca Cola, IBM, Microsoft or Google opting for a default font, for example. In fact most of these companies have reinvented typography to enhance their own brand awareness.
Last week Adobe released a major update to their Creative Cloud service and all their products in it. Photoshop has new features now as well. Here is my short review on the renovations that are going to make a web designer's life easier and more fun from now on!
The conventional wisdom is that big images sell. Somewhat more subjective opinions tell us that big images are pretty. Whatever the reason, we like our big images. Here's a new and unique solution that gives you responsive full-screen background images. And two more common ones.
Having a responsive website is especially important for many reasons. Here are 5 of the top reasons that you should start off with a responsive website design if you are using WordPress as your basic template or web hosting platform.
We here at WebDesign.org like to celebrate such holidays as Mother's day and Father's day, they may seem like irrelevant topics for a web design blog but we love these worm holidays and we want to share this warmth with you.
The traditional website, as we know it, is becoming obsolescent. As a result, web design as we know it is going to hit a complete dead end. Learn why and what you can do about it.