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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.
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.
Today anyone can build a website and it is even possible to create a professional looking site for free. If you opt for making your own website for free, what is in store for you?
To help you think around any navigation or UX problems you're dealing with right now we're going to take a look at some of the biggest sites/apps on the web today, to see how they manage to create consistency in their navigation.
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Contrast and repetition are the basic design principles you've probably learned already or use intuitively, but I'm sure it's always good to go back to basics to improve your work. So let's look closer into contrast and repetition in design.
Web design is a fascinating subject to learn, but an unprepared novice might find it daunting. The amount of techniques and nuances makes it hard to find where to start from. I know even the most experienced web designers don't know absolutely everything. There is a number of very good web design courses on the web that are aimed to help you with that. I'm gonna show you the best ones.
These last couple of weeks I've been reflecting on 2014. The year was full of events. We learned a lot and made changes. Let's revise some of those things we learned about web design this year.
It's become a tradition for every self-respecting blog somehow related to web design to have a post predicting web design trends for the upcoming year or summarizing trends for the ending year, or both. I was curious if the trends that were predicted for 2014 in fact became actual trends. Here are the results of my small research. Plus my predictions for the upcoming year.
Whether you are just starting your career in photography or you are a seasoned professional there is one fact you can not argue with - you have to have a portfolio. Portfolios sell, this is the only way for you to get clients after all. Think about it - is there really any other way for you to show people how awesome you are, what you can do with that camera of yours?