Choosing a WordPress Website Builder and Why You Should Use One

There are a lot of tools and services for creating websites today. However, none of them are as popular as WordPress. In fact, WordPress powers around 43% of all websites: that include hobby sites, official government websites, and the biggest news websites. Some examples of websites built with WordPress are The White House, Rolling Stone,… Continue reading Choosing a WordPress Website Builder and Why You Should Use One

Visual forensics, impostor syndrome, UI color system, accessibility checklist

Weekly curated resources for designers — thinkers and makers. “User feedback is always a valuable source of information. But if product designers aren’t careful, user feedback can quickly become a to-do list of features organized by whoever yells the loudest and most often. This not only runs the risk of pulling a product team in dozens of different… Continue reading Visual forensics, impostor syndrome, UI color system, accessibility checklist

Top Tips on Picking the Best Fonts for T-Shirt Designs (With Examples)

T-shirts are one of those clothing items we can never get enough of, and that makes them a great vehicle for self-expression and advertising.  Top Tips on Picking the Best Fonts for T-Shirt Designs If you want to create your very own T-shirt design to support a cause, make people laugh, or promote a service,… Continue reading Top Tips on Picking the Best Fonts for T-Shirt Designs (With Examples)

Quick Ways to Make a Webpage More Scannable

In the information age, time is a valuable commodity and something people don’t want to spend too much of. As a result, the average visitor only reads about 20% of the content of a page.  For web designers and developers, that means a few things: first, you need to ensure that the web pages you… Continue reading Quick Ways to Make a Webpage More Scannable

3 Easy Ways to Use Emotion in Web Design

As human beings, we like to think that we’re rational creatures. We tell ourselves that we make our decisions based on fact and logic. However, that’s rarely the full truth. As much as we try to make choices guided by rationality, the truth is that we’re often highly emotional people, driven by the way that… Continue reading 3 Easy Ways to Use Emotion in Web Design

11 Actionable Tips to Build a Winning Brand Identity

12 Shares Branding means much more than a cool-looking logo and a Facebook ad. It’s about turning your business into a recognizable company that people are devoted to and think positively about. Building your brand doesn’t happen overnight, but with ongoing effort and a proper plan, you’ll be well on your way to branding success.… Continue reading 11 Actionable Tips to Build a Winning Brand Identity

Visual inspiration: the charm of Jamdani Weaving

[unable to retrieve full-text content] The art of weaving is exactly that — an art. It requires skill, precision and rhythm, which when repeated over and over, produces a delicate weave. Jamdani weaves, however, require more than this. Since the defining aspect of this textile are its rich motifs, which are all intricately added by hand, Jamdani… Continue reading Visual inspiration: the charm of Jamdani Weaving

What Web Design Resources To Involve In Your Workflow

“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” It’s hard not to agree with Leonardo da Vinci’s state when talking about the modern website building process. Launching a powerful, feature-rich site has become easier and faster. There are tons of web design resources and tools aiming to help webmasters simplify and jumpstart their projects. Many of them are… Continue reading What Web Design Resources To Involve In Your Workflow

Popular Design News of the Week: August 19, 2019 – August 25, 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: August 19, 2019 – August 25, 2019

35 Modern Web UI Design Examples with Amazing UX

Beautiful website design showcase with amazing WEB UI and UX. Today we’re picked up 35 professionally designed Websites with modern UI/UX for inspiration. Now a day designers used script typography with simple and clean HD backgrounds in website designing to get visitors attention. Web Designers and Developers must follow the new design trends. Creative ideas and modern trends… Continue reading 35 Modern Web UI Design Examples with Amazing UX

The Importance of Readability on the Web

Readability on the web has to overcome many hurdles. Even if you follow all the right conventions, the presence of digital ads, popups and click bait can all distract from the main content of your site. But how do they impact readability? How can you use design to improve it? Below are some ways of… Continue reading The Importance of Readability on the Web

7 Best Web Design Strategies to Implement to Build Audience’s Trust

How likely will you recommend a specific website to someone? Generally, we evaluate a website based on its contents, responsiveness, and designs. When a webpage captures your interest, you will usually navigate the site and look everything about it. As they say, first impressions always last. It means when you saw something interesting for the… Continue reading 7 Best Web Design Strategies to Implement to Build Audience’s Trust

A Showcase of Great Typography Usage in Web Design

Good typography is vital to having an effective website. Visitors need to be able to read the info on a site, whether it is an eCommerce website or a purely informational website. If they aren’t able to read it, they will quickly leave. The site will not be linked to, so it won’t show up… Continue reading A Showcase of Great Typography Usage in Web Design

Creating a design system language

It seems like the current buzz word in the design industry and everyone wants one. But how exactly can a product benefit from having a living, breathing design language? I’m going to try break down the very basics so you can understand why it’s needed. Creating an underlying language will unite our design philosophies and… Continue reading Creating a design system language

Creative Examples of Geometric Web Design Styles

Something making its presence known on the web these days is the use of common geometric patterns which we all learned in grade school. Polygons, diamonds, rectangles, triangles, and the occasional rhombus are all an integral part of modern web design. So how does this 10th grade math subject end up affecting the way website… Continue reading Creative Examples of Geometric Web Design Styles

Strategies For Creating Better User Interfaces

Believe it or otherwise not, perfect interfaces are created on an item of paper. It’s much later on that the exact same is used in Photoshop or Sketch App. The primary advantage of paper sketches may be the possibility to produce errors. Unlike limited design pc software, paper is ready to accept everybody’s imagination and… Continue reading Strategies For Creating Better User Interfaces

Top 15 Websites for Designers for Visual Inspiration

How many times you have struggled with the ideas. Just how to do this or that, just how to complete this illustration or design? For me, it happens a lot and I think is normal. Time to time developers face this “black” interim. I’m not saying you need to check how the professionals are doing… Continue reading Top 15 Websites for Designers for Visual Inspiration

Communicating a Message Through Visual Hierarchy

The goal of every design is to successfully communicate a message. Visual hierarchy enables you to organize information and elements so that the message can be communicated easily. Hierarchies also enable the design to tell a story to communicate the message. What is Visual Hierarchy? When you organize information based on importance, that’s hierarchy. Visual… Continue reading Communicating a Message Through Visual Hierarchy

Visme – the perfect tool for visual content creation

While text was certainly the best way to transmit information a few decades ago, nowadays people are highly accustomed to the visual way of getting the info they need. Be it an infographic, image or a video, these can literally draw the attention towards your product, so it’s crucial that you create such content. Hence,… Continue reading Visme – the perfect tool for visual content creation

Visual Identity and Branding Series : CIN

Creating an attractive visual identity is paramount to developing a memorable brand that will be remembered. With the development of the internet, even the smallest web sites now have their own logo, corporate (or web site) colors, and aspects that can make them stand out from the crowd. Because of the level of global competition,… Continue reading Visual Identity and Branding Series : CIN

Visual Composer – Build WordPress Websites in Minutes

It is a real challenge for WordPress beginners to figure out how to build an attractive and functional website without having coding knowledge and experience. Often business owners end up hiring someone to do the advanced page setups for them as trying to get it done on their own would take too much time and… Continue reading Visual Composer – Build WordPress Websites in Minutes

55 Fresh Examples Of Creative Single Page Website Designs

Displaying your work in single page design is a hot trend now days. You possibly cannot imagine what designers can do with single pages as modern age designers love to experiment with things and observe how people interact with their work. The best single pages are those that help you convey your message into few… Continue reading 55 Fresh Examples Of Creative Single Page Website Designs

Human Visual Processing – Why understanding it is Crucial for Web Design [Infographic]

You know that attention spans are quickly becoming even shorter. When people watch movies and television, go shopping, browse for books, and surf the web, they make up their minds in seconds—sometimes to their detriment, true, but that doesn’t matter in cyberspace. You can’t track down every person who visits your site, delivers the Blink… Continue reading Human Visual Processing – Why understanding it is Crucial for Web Design [Infographic]

FROONT: Responsive Web Design in the Visual Way

FROONT is a web-based design tool that runs in the browser and makes responsive web design accessible to all kinds of visual designers, even those without any coding skills. FROONT makes responsive web design visual. Design can be done in-browser with intuitive drag-and-drop tools. After all, humans judge design with their eyes therefore it seems… Continue reading FROONT: Responsive Web Design in the Visual Way