October 20, 2014 by Jake Rocheleau Modern education has become much more advanced with a larger Internet presence than ever before. Colleges and universities basically need a website to promote tuition fees, academics, campus life, and plenty of similar resources. But unfortunately not every college website has been designed with elegance or grace. I’ve organized… Continue reading 35 Scholastic College & University Website Layouts
UX Design has become one of the top professions of the decade, with UX Designers having some of the most sought after skills in the job market according to LinkedIn. This is because design continues to show its impact on the success or failure of products and services. As a result, the demand for confident,… Continue reading What is UX Design?
[unable to retrieve full-text content] Susan Kare rendered in the Macintosh rainbow by Daley Wilhelm Why women in UX? Ready for an utterly shocking statement? Prepare thyself: women are underrepresented in the tech sector. Oh… you already knew? I should have accounted for the fact that this is a well-documented phenomenon, the Pew Research Center reported that… Continue reading Women in UX: Susan Kare
[unable to retrieve full-text content] A little more than two decades ago, the young web had a very big problem: Finding the “right” information and what you needed was very hard. In other words, back then, search engines sucked. And then came Google, with a single purpose, to show people what they need, when they need… Continue reading The big flaw of social networks, and how to solve it
We have become so used to using web sites just to buy stuff that it is easy to forget that the web has more to offer. So this month we’ve included some because-it’s-interesting sites, some micro-sites and some just-for-the-sake-of-it projects. Many of these are about selling or promoting products and services too, but in a… Continue reading 20 Freshest Web Designs, October 2020
If you want to succeed in online learning, the key thing to keep in mind is that courses taught through the Internet are just as rigorous and intensive as traditional classes at a college. No matter how comfy you may feel, it takes discipline and dedication to stay productive. To help you get on the… Continue reading 9 Productivity Tips Everyone Studying Online Should Use
[unable to retrieve full-text content] Style guides have a long history in the writing process. They’ve always affected more than what counts as good content. They affected our writing process and behaviors, our sense of community, even our egos. As AI pushes the style guide another step, how will it push us along too? Stacking style manuals… Continue reading The evolution of style guides to AI writing assistants
August 5, 2020 by Clarence Web design is a continuous learning process. As our technology develops day by day, the number of new things we need to learn to be well-versed in web design increases as well. Good thing there are already online classes that teach web design. Whether you’re a beginner or a professional,… Continue reading What Are the Best Online Web Design Certificate Programs?
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When it comes to designing a logo for your brand, the usual tips are hard to miss: keep it simple, keep it clean, and make it memorable. Many hugely successful logos rely on symbols and images and can send their message across without featuring any text at all, but usually logos showcase the company behind… Continue reading Uppercase vs. Lowercase: How to Send the Right Message Across When Choosing a Logo Font
bi·as: prejudice in favor of or against one thing, person, or group compared with another, usually in a way considered to be unfair; cause to feel or show inclination or prejudice for or against someone or something. A few years ago, a male-led design team was working on a brief for a major athletic apparel… Continue reading Combatting unconscious bias in design
Today we are featuring drawing illustrator, graphic designer and art director Viktor Miller-Gausa, with his amazing drawing portraits collection. He is from Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation. In this posts, we will showcase his best portraits illustration artwork for your inspiration. You can catch him behance.net/viktormillergausa. Viktor words: This project. images that have inspired me. It seemed interesting and memorable. individual words, I would… Continue reading Amazing Drawing Portraits by Russian Artist Viktor Miller-Gausa