How Wearable Technology Will Impact Web Design

23rd September 2016

Remember how wearing a calculator watch back in the day made you feel like George Jetson or his boy Elroy? Technology has come a long way from spelling out naughty words (upside down) on your calculator. These days, you can make calls, record videos, check your health, and buy coffee from your smartwatch–and that’s just

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45 Advertisements You Will Never Forget

21st September 2016

Advertisements are everywhere. Consumers have a need and advertisements direct the consumer to the company that has a solution for their need. For years, we have tried in vain to escape advertisements, but aggressive advertisement companies have stepped up their creativity. These days, instead of relying on the simple goodness of lemonade and children’s laughter,

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Get Faster at Responsive UI Design

15th September 2016

Mobile devices like Apple’s latest iPad Pro was released with a larger screen size in hope to compete with the most portable of laptops. The overtake of mobile browsing continues as phone screen get larger influencing both web design and UI. This creates a constant challenge for designers when their canvas changes every year. A

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10 Bold Websites That Are Surging with Energy

9th September 2016

Over the last year or so I’ve started to notice that health and sports websites tend to have highly-modernized websites that offer a heightened visual experience – usually with energetic imagery, beautiful typography, and scroll-based interactions. Here’s my top 10 list of web designs surging with energy and vitality. Montreal Impact “Lets Make History” Website

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15 + Free Quality Vectors To Download

9th September 2016

  A well-designed free vector will more than stand on its own. It can make a point, show a process, or introduce a website or blog theme better than any photograph. The use of vectors is commonplace in the worlds of graphic and web design, and even advertising. A large percentage of TV commercials involve

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Using Contrast to Design Crisp Website Layouts

29th August 2016

Composition and balance are two major properties of great design work. Contrast often accompanies these two visual properties where the designer creates certain areas that draw more attention than others. Crisp contrasting areas should be used sparingly but appropriately. I’d like to cover a few uses of contrast in relation to web design and how

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The Incredible New Features of Magento 2.0

20th August 2016

Magento continues to impress millions of webmasters running e-commerce sites, and Magento’s recent major upgrade builds on some of the content management system’s best features. Ensuring that e-commerce sites running Magento continue to maintain ideal web standards when it comes to security as well as appearance, Magento 2.0 is a massive overhaul under the hood

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