Storytelling as a service in SaaS

Rather than solely focusing on product characteristics and features, an authentic and creative narrative can convey brand values and connect with the target audience in a more strategic way. We are all the heroes of our own stories, and building a narrative around our experiences courses in our veins. Binging on stories is one of… Continue reading Storytelling as a service in SaaS

5 Simple Responsive Blunders (And How To Avoid Them)

Nearly 49% of all the web traffic worldwide originates from mobile devices (excluding tablets). If you don’t design mobile-friendly websites, you’ll likely lose out on this massive chunk of your target audience. Additionally if you wish to improve your SEO, you can’t afford to ignore smartphones; Google gives priority to mobiles with mobile-first indexing. All… Continue reading 5 Simple Responsive Blunders (And How To Avoid Them)

How Web Designers Can Maximize On-SERP SEO and Traffic with Structured Data

It has never been harder to drive organic traffic to your website. Organic reach has been declining in virtually every single digital marketing channel in recent years. Count SEO among those channels stricken. It has never been more difficult to drive organic traffic to your website.  With that being said, there are still tactics that… Continue reading How Web Designers Can Maximize On-SERP SEO and Traffic with Structured Data

20 Professional Van Branding Mockups

The premium Truck Mockup and Van Mockup are perfect to show your branding in a professional way. There are twenty different mockup sets with 100+ perspectives view. Branding mockups are available in 4K resolution editable work van Toyota HiAce mock up, perfect to showcase your ad campaign, brand or marketing design. Give your client an opportunity to… Continue reading 20 Professional Van Branding Mockups

Build a Calculator with CSS Grid ― Scotch

This post is the second in a new Scotch series called Code Challenge. We haven’t done one of these since April 23, 2015 but we’d love to start them up more often. Every week we will post an image or tiny app that you can try to build yourselves! We encourage you to use CodePen… Continue reading Build a Calculator with CSS Grid ― Scotch

New Amazing Photoshop Actions for Photographers & Designers

Download new amazing Photoshop Action and transform your photos into real life painting effect, oil paint, newspaper print, abstract effect, watercolor effect, comic and dots effects within a seconds. Mostly Photoshop actions available with video tutorials that shows how to setup action files and how to use. Every time you run the action you will get a highly detailed… Continue reading New Amazing Photoshop Actions for Photographers & Designers

Transitioning From Web to VR Development

Web content has significantly expanded over the past 20+ years. Online media was limited only to text and pictures. This eventually gave way to music and video and, over time, online content has expanded to include every sort of media imaginable. Case in point, one of the hottest online trends of 2017 is online virtual… Continue reading Transitioning From Web to VR Development

Are You Using The Right CMS Platform?

CMS is short for Content Management System – and it’s easy to understand why many novices find the term confusing. Broken down, it sounds like a specialized tool, something you might use to store and organize materials before putting them online or saving reference materials. In reality, though, CMS platforms are everywhere. WordPress is a… Continue reading Are You Using The Right CMS Platform?

Nurturing diversity at work and in your work

in·ten·tion·al·i·ty: the fact of being deliberate or purposive; the quality of mental states (e.g., thoughts, beliefs, desires, hopes) that consists in their being directed toward some object or state of affairs. Please. It’s 2017 and we still have this: (It’s a big ol’ gap between men’s earnings and women’s earnings across all occupations.) And this: (It’s… Continue reading Nurturing diversity at work and in your work

Form is Functional: Why Design is More Than Gold Plating

When budgets are tight in the software world and companies want to save money, form is usually the first to go. In these situations, the design tends to be considered ‘gold plating’ and not a necessity. It’s thought to only make the product ‘look nice’. This assumption couldn’t be further from the truth. Form has… Continue reading Form is Functional: Why Design is More Than Gold Plating

Your First WordPress: 3 Great Beginner Themes

January 12, 2017 by Spyre Studios If you’re a new WordPress designer, you may feel a little overwhelmed by all the theme options before you, and there are new ones out every day. How do you know which ones will work for your purposes? While some WordPress themes are designed for specific types of businesses… Continue reading Your First WordPress: 3 Great Beginner Themes

Walls of 2016 2/2

Walls of 2016 2/2 on Behance Log In Just Browse for Now → Sign UpLog In + Follow – Unfollow Following ]]> + Follow – Unfollow Following ]]> + Follow – Unfollow Following ]]> + Follow – Unfollow Following ]]> + Follow – Unfollow Following ]]> + Follow – Unfollow Following ]]> + Follow –… Continue reading Walls of 2016 2/2

A Collection Of Beautiful Typography Designs

Since the invention of the printing press, typography has evolved to become a complicated and beautiful element of modern design. Typography is ubiquitous in daily life; every single piece of media you see was meticulously crafted to give you a specific impression of the product and brand. The appropriate use of typography can elevate a… Continue reading A Collection Of Beautiful Typography Designs

27 Search Boxes With HTML and CSS – CSS Paradise

CSS experiments with a search form input and button. In this collection are the pens for anything related to search box, search bar, global search area that we can put to a website page. Searching Animation Inspired by Another Set of Eyes by Frank Rodriguez.*needs work in Firefox but looks quite nice in Chrome and… Continue reading 27 Search Boxes With HTML and CSS – CSS Paradise

How Welcoming are WordCamps to Women?

This month it’s International Women’s Day, a worldwide event designed to raise the under-representation of women in many walks of life and encourage us all to open up more opportunities to women and girls. I thought it would be a good opportunity to take a look at gender diversity at WordCamps, and compare these with… Continue reading How Welcoming are WordCamps to Women?

25 Completely Free Clean, Minimal & Whitespace WordPress Themes for 2016

In the current climate of WordPress themes which are trending towards larger multi-purpose themes jam-packed with features and add-ons you may never use, it can be refreshing to come across a nicely styled, clean theme which is the focus of today’s post. If you are looking for something simple to use on a personal blog… Continue reading 25 Completely Free Clean, Minimal & Whitespace WordPress Themes for 2016

20 Fresh and Free WordPress Themes: February 2016

All these themes are free though some have commercial variants available. We stated that where applicable. Enjoy! Shopper Created by/for: Dessign Features: eCommerce oriented, super minimal grid layout, needs a few plugins to work at its full potential License: free for personal and commercial use (GPL) BiancaA Created by/for: Theme Junkie Features: mobile-ready, great for… Continue reading 20 Fresh and Free WordPress Themes: February 2016

How To Create And Customize A WordPress Child Theme

The WordPress platform is a magnet for those who want to take matters into their own hands, who want complete control over their websites and want to be independent in running them. WordPress does make it really easily to completely customize a website. If you have a bit of knowledge of HTMl, CSS and/or PHP,… Continue reading How To Create And Customize A WordPress Child Theme

Designers Freebie Pouch of January, 2016

Designers Freebie Pouch is a monthly collection of the latest freebies from all over the internet. In the pouch you will find latest design resources like icons, mockups, UI kits, textures, templates and much more. Use freebies for learning new techniques, bootstrapping next project or building your business but always remember to check the license. Here is the… Continue reading Designers Freebie Pouch of January, 2016

The Languages And Frameworks You Should Learn In 2016

The Languages And Frameworks You Should Learn In 2016 A lot happened in the software development world in 2015. There were new releases of popular programming languages, new versions of important frameworks and new tools. You will find a short list of the new releases that we think are the most important below, together with… Continue reading The Languages And Frameworks You Should Learn In 2016

50 Free Resources for Web Designers

The tremendous thing about the design community is that we all love to share. We really do. Whether we share our thoughts and ideas via an in-depth article or by giving advice/feedback on a forum, or even by freely offering high-quality resources. The sharing is what makes our community truly great! Here are this months… Continue reading 50 Free Resources for Web Designers

The awards for design, creativity and innovation on the internet

Winners of the Year We have reached the end of 2015 and the moment has come to choose the winners of the year at Awwwards. A recognition of the effort, talent and innovation of the biggest professionals to create unique, innovative and beautiful websites that allow the internet to continue being a magical channel with… Continue reading The awards for design, creativity and innovation on the internet

Front-end Tools: Some of My Favorite Finds of 2015

We’re just about at the end of 2015 and I’m sure you’d all agree it’s been another year jam-packed with new tools for web design and development. While doing my newsletter I’ve come across lots of interesting things, so I thought it would be cool to summarize some of my favorite finds in a year-end… Continue reading Front-end Tools: Some of My Favorite Finds of 2015

50 JavaScript Tools & Resources from 2015

The first thing you will probably notice is the considerable decrease in the number of jQuery plugins in this collection, when compared to last year. What we’re seeing instead is smaller, lighter and standalone JavaScript libraries being built without all of the jQuery bloat. There are now more targeted problem-solving solutions, rather than having to… Continue reading 50 JavaScript Tools & Resources from 2015