10 Retro Website Designs to Inspire Your Next Web Project

November 22, 2021 by Veronika The retro style has once again overtaken the design industry for its elegant look and timeless feel. Creating a retro website is much harder than designing a site with a minimalist look as it requires the placement of a lot more additional elements than what we’re used to. Retro websites… Continue reading 10 Retro Website Designs to Inspire Your Next Web Project

Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw a Cartoon Face Correctly

In this easy cartoon drawing tutorial, you’ll learn how to draw cartoon characters. A good cartoonist is one who can extract the main details of an object or a human being and represent them with simple shapes. The goal is that a child can recognize the drawing and be attracted to what they’re looking at.… Continue reading Cartoon Fundamentals: How to Draw a Cartoon Face Correctly

3 Effective Ways To Improve Your Site’s Carbon Footprint

At the dawn of the web-era, there was much focus on how environmentally friendly websites were: we’d chop down fewer trees, ship fewer products, and travel less for business. And because the web was small, any negative impact it had was relatively small. But the Internet’s no longer small, and neither is the impact it… Continue reading 3 Effective Ways To Improve Your Site’s Carbon Footprint

Why is WHM cPanel the Best Control Panel for Hosting a Website

December 28, 2020 by Spyre Studios cPanel’s is a crucial part of web hosting. It would be easy to manage or host a website when you do not have a control panel. WHM cPanel makes this complex task further easy with its many advanced features. This suite of tools makes the management of servers and… Continue reading Why is WHM cPanel the Best Control Panel for Hosting a Website

30 Horror-Inspired Fonts

As the weather cools and the Halloween spirit is thick in the air, thoughts of bone-chilling autumn projects start to play on every creative’s mind. That’s why it’s important to have the best horror fonts in your digital toolbox. Sorrow is just one of the many horror film poster fonts available on Envato Elements and… Continue reading 30 Horror-Inspired Fonts

33 Amazing Lettering and Typography Artwork for Inspiration

77 Shares Heart touching lettering typography quotes with inspiring design. The beautiful artwork of lettering and typography designs are just amazing. Now a day watercolor, chalkboard, paper, and gold glam textures are used by graphic designers and typo artists to make attractive and motivational and inspirational quotes and thoughts. Today I just gathered amazing handmade lettering, calligraphy and… Continue reading 33 Amazing Lettering and Typography Artwork for Inspiration

Best Fonts for Your Next Logo Design

What makes a great logo? The colors, the novelty or the concept? If you think that all of these play an essential role in creating a solid logo design, then we’d suggest you add one more important factor that is often undermined. That important factor is generally known in the graphic designing realm as ‘font.’… Continue reading Best Fonts for Your Next Logo Design

25 Business Flyer Templates (Creative Layout Designs & Industry-Specific Templates)

Do you need an impactful and effective way to promote your small or medium-sized business in 2019? It’s tough to find advertising that balances high-value information and promotion. Traditional forms of advertising, like business flyers, are still effective. Tried, tested, and true promotional methods can still get the word out about your business. Pro-Biz – Business Corporate… Continue reading 25 Business Flyer Templates (Creative Layout Designs & Industry-Specific Templates)

3 Essential Design Trends, September 2019

This month’s collection of design trends focuses on a bit of a slow burn – design techniques that appeal to millennials (maybe) and Generation Z. Gen-Zers are those born between 1997 and 2012, meaning part of this generation is in grade school. This generation is impacting design trends already because they are the most digital… Continue reading 3 Essential Design Trends, September 2019

Interior Design Inspiration From The Beatles

60 years after their first ever hit single, we’re sure that the Beatles need very little introduction. However, if you are a little unfamiliar with this iconic rock band, the Beatles were known for their experimental and innovative approach to the rock genre and brought pop and psychedelic music into the rock scene. In their… Continue reading Interior Design Inspiration From The Beatles

35 Fresh Web Design Examples That Follow New Trends

Yet an another trendy examples of Web design that follow the newest trends of 2019. In this web design gallery we only selected best award winning websites for your inspiration. We hope that this article was able to help you understand some new web design trends. So here we are gathered some modern and trendy web… Continue reading 35 Fresh Web Design Examples That Follow New Trends

Perfect Holiday Gift Ideas for Designers

We know that designers are usually very unique people – it takes a certain type of artistic, crafty, and inspirational individual to become one. So why not take inspiration from what your fellow designers love to do the most and give them a unique present this holiday season that screams it was meant for a… Continue reading Perfect Holiday Gift Ideas for Designers

Best Practices For Website Footer Design

September 17, 2018 by Alex Fox Almost everything in website design has changed over time, but the core elements have always remained the same. There’s a header, navigation, a body, and a footer. But what’s a website footer for? Is it truly necessary, in 2018, to run a footer on your site? Why should I… Continue reading Best Practices For Website Footer Design

The Hamburger Menu Is Stupid and Worth Killing

If you don’t know what the “hamburger menu” is, it’s a mobile app design icon used to indicate the presence of a hidden menu. The familiar icon includes three horizontal lines of equal length stacked on top of each other, representing an abstracted, flattened hamburger in its most basic elements. Its cutesy name has stuck… Continue reading The Hamburger Menu Is Stupid and Worth Killing

5 Things Beginner Mobile Game Developers Must Know

For game developers, the dream is to create the next big hit, the Tetris of our generation. Since Tetris became a huge hit, there have been many spinoffs. It is interesting to note that the games we love the most aren’t very complicated. Just have a look at a puzzle game like Cube Blast. All… Continue reading 5 Things Beginner Mobile Game Developers Must Know

10 Common WordPress Mistakes You Really Need to Fix!

When you think of WordPress, you may simply think of it as a good place to write your latest blog. Over recent years, WordPress has evolved into an adaptable and user-friendly content management system. In addition, WordPress is widely used amongst businesses because it is extremely customizable, free to use and has a large and… Continue reading 10 Common WordPress Mistakes You Really Need to Fix!

The Company Name on a Logo: How to Make It Work

The name of your company incorporated into its logo isn’t always a right solution but sometimes it is really perfect for your company’s introduction. So, in which cases will it be highly beneficial for companies to implement their names into their logos? A logo can be described as your company’s face, while your corporate style… Continue reading The Company Name on a Logo: How to Make It Work

A Comprehensive Introduction to Color in Design

This article aims to give you a comprehensive introduction to the deepest of design rabbit holes: color. It will introduce you to the most important lingo and concepts to get you started, helping you make better decisions applying color in your designs. Topics As usual for these guides, we’re going to cover a great deal,… Continue reading A Comprehensive Introduction to Color in Design

Quick Tip: Using CSS Counters to Style Incremental Elements

In this quick tip, we’ll cover the very basics of CSS counters; a useful, yet not so well-known CSS feature. When we’re done building our demo, we’ll take a look at some real world examples of sites which take advantage of CSS counters. The Goal: Styling an Ordered List As a first step, let’s look at the… Continue reading Quick Tip: Using CSS Counters to Style Incremental Elements

How to Work With WordPress Post Metadata

In the first post in this series, I gave an overview of all of the various types of metadata offered by WordPress, where it’s kept, and what we’re going to be covering throughout this series.  Further, I defined what metadata is; its role within WordPress, and how it’s relevant to us as developers. But the… Continue reading How to Work With WordPress Post Metadata

Project: Build a Complete Website With Middleman

In part three of this series we’re going to get our hands dirty and start building a site for a fictitious podcast site: “Matcha Nerdz”. We’ll be using Middleman, Bourbon, Neat and Bitters. Let’s go! In This Post Roadmap Basic Blog Setup LiveReload Organizing Posts GitHub Pages Deployment Smarter Assets Bourbon Setup Normalize and jQuery… Continue reading Project: Build a Complete Website With Middleman

Design Mock-Ups Need Dynamic Content: Tools and Plugins

Nothing is perfect on the web. We can’t make sure that our websites always work as intended, but we can try our best to design resilient and flexible websites that aren’t that easy to break — both in terms of interface design and security. Yet still neither resilience nor flexibility are usually reflected in deliverables… Continue reading Design Mock-Ups Need Dynamic Content: Tools and Plugins

Working with Data, Assets, and Templates in Middleman

This second tutorial about building static websites with Middleman dives a little deeper into the framework. By the end, you should know enough to build your own project from scratch. We’ll cover topics such as Data Files, Pretty URLs, Project Templates and the Asset Pipeline, so let’s get stuck in! Data Files So, having already… Continue reading Working with Data, Assets, and Templates in Middleman