The WordPress sidebar has been a mainstay feature of both free and commercial themes. It seems that, no matter how the content management system (CMS) evolves, the sidebar has triumphantly (and, perhaps defiantly) come along for the ride. How has it survived this long? For one, it continues to serve a useful purpose. It houses… Continue reading Pondering the Future of the WordPress Sidebar
The CMO at Twitter, Leslie Berland, has announced a substantial rebrand intended to reflect the experience of using the site. The move was announced on the platform first and later confirmed on its blog. Twitter hopes the visual identity will “fully reflect the complexity, fluidity, and power of the conversations today.” The instantly recognizable bird… Continue reading Is Twitter Rebrand a Glimpse at the Future of Design?
Burger King, the globally recognized food chain with 19,000 restaurants worldwide, has unveiled a redesigned set of brand assets. Since the late 1960s, the company has used a logotype sandwiched between two buns. In 1999 the design was updated to add a blue swoosh and some plastic highlights to the bun; Jones Knowles Ritchie’s new… Continue reading Poll: Is Burger King Rebrand a Taste of the Future?
October 19, 2020 by Sangalang Kristine What is Neuralink Technology? Elon Musk may be one of the most innovative men in the world. But sometimes, he can be a genius that is a bit borderline crazy. One of his latest experimental innovations is Neuralink Technology that ‘wires brains to the internet’. This particular technology hopes… Continue reading Neuralink Technology and the Future of Website Building
Every week users submit a lot of interesting stuff on our sister site Webdesigner News, highlighting great content from around the web that can be of interest to web designers. The best way to keep track of all the great stories and news being posted is simply to check out the Webdesigner News site, however,… Continue reading Popular Design News of the Week: November 11, 2019 – November 17, 2019
Every week users submit a lot of interesting stuff on our sister site Webdesigner News, highlighting great content from around the web that can be of interest to web designers. The best way to keep track of all the great stories and news being posted is simply to check out the Webdesigner News site, however,… Continue reading Popular Design News of the Week: October 7, 2019 – October 13, 2019
With the evolving digital landscape, every industry across the globe has had to adapt and evolve, and if they aren’t able to do so, must perish. The office supply industry is not bereft of these changes as well, and we have been observing some interesting changes coming our way, from what would be perceived as… Continue reading Major Office Supplies Trends to Note for the Future in 2020s
Things keep on evolving so does the designing systems. It started back in 1439 when Johannes Gutenberg started with typography and from then designing had come far away. Designers are in the center now, Back in days if you ask what type of an employee a company is looking for, the answer was Software Engineers,… Continue reading Future of Design
HTML error codes are just as familiar to web developers as the tech-phobic. The only real difference is that web developers are supposed to know what they mean! Of course, any developer knows the most common: 404 means the page isn’t there; 503 means the server is overloaded; 403 means “forbidden,” which is somehow different… Continue reading Decoding HTML Status and Error Codes For Fun and Profit
I love hand lettering typography design and today I share some of the amazing handmade lettering, calligraphy and typography designs for type lovers. All lettering and typography posters have motivational, inspirational quotes and thoughts that can give you strength and power to work hard for what you want because it won’t come to you without a fight. In this showcase… Continue reading 29 Remarkable Lettering and Typography Designs for Inspiration
March 23, 2018 by Spyrestudios Blogger Conventional online content isn’t enough to stand out any more. If you’ve been producing brilliant blog posts for the last few years, the chances are you’ve enjoyed the success of being one of the first to the content marketing party. Content marketing has been an essential ingredient for online… Continue reading Why You Need to Include Quality Images And Video in Your Online Content
On Tuesday we presented the Ultimate Guide to CMS, Part 1; today, we’re going to complete the picture… Choosing a CMS OK, so you’ve got an idea of how many different kinds of CMS there are out there. Now you want to pick one. Or perhaps you’re building a client-facing site, and a internal wiki,… Continue reading The ultimate guide to CMS, part 2
Web designers typically take one of the following approaches: They complete the design, and turn the project over to a developer; They do everything; from conceptual design through final testing; They outsource the project to a third party; Each approach has its pros and cons, but there is a new and different approach that is… Continue reading Why Pre-Built Websites Are the Future of Web Design
Big letters, small letters, crisp images overlaid with bold fonts. Beautiful strokes and fun flourishes. These are just a few of the things that website designers and developers are playing with for almost every aspect of design – from basic responsive websites to apps and watch interfaces – in 2015 and beyond. The trend is… Continue reading Free Ebook: Web UI Trends Present & Future (Typography)
Badges can be quite handy for a designer as it can be incorporated into various items such as banners, landing pages and other things. It can even be used as your watermark. Instead of spending a lot of time creating your own badges, there are actually plenty of badges already available for your use. In… Continue reading Free Badges PSDs & Vector Sets For Your Future Projects
A growing increase in the usage of mobile devices by both individuals and enterprises, have called for businesses to ensure possible support for mobile users, both in the B2B and B2C communication realm. Multiple mobile operating systems, hardware devices, and access processes originated intimidating challenges for mobile support. Looking for a resolute seamless solution? HTML5… Continue reading What Makes HTML5 The Future Of The Web?
Ultimately, freelance web design is all about choices. The choices you make as a freelancer will determine your business success or failure. The best course for a freelance web designer is to proactively plan how you will approach each choice. You can always change your approach later if you feel that something is not working… Continue reading 6 Extremely Crucial Choices That Determine Your Freelancing Future
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We are web designers and developers. As obvious as our work is (we build interactive media applications) there’s a deeper meaning to what we do. We analyze design problems and explore different concepts to solve them. This also means that we think of the communication between a device and the user. We develop that communication.… Continue reading The Future of User Interfaces
Bootstrap templates are responsive website themes build upon the highly popular framework called Twitter Bootstrap. These templates have won a lot of popularity and for a good reason. Aside from providing unique add-on features, these templates retain the native functionality of Bootstrap.
Minimalism is the hype not just on posters and billboards but in the web as well. More and more people are finally coming to realize that “less is more”. In retrospect, the popularity of minimalist design had something to do with the onset popularity of internet capable devices. When Apple mashed a music player, phone,… Continue reading The Future of Minimalist Web Design
Still using desktop code editors? Web integrated development environments (IDEs) are a new way to build your web projects directly in the browser, often saving development time and making collaboration easier. The humble browser used to just serve up simple HTML documents, but it’s often now your first stop for just about any task. Think… Continue reading Web IDEs: the future of coding
Another year has passed, which means it’s time for our annual instalment of design predictions for the coming year. In technology, one year can make a world of difference, and the changes can shape the way we design, test and market our websites. As we all know, technology changes faster than we can keep up… Continue reading Future trends in web design: predictions for 2013