Brochure Templates

What is a brochure? Wondering how to make a brochure or where to find the best brochure templates? You’ll learn the answers to all those questions in this comprehensive guide. Let’s get started! What Is a Brochure? When a company wants to advertise its products and services, print brochures are a great option. They give… Continue reading Brochure Templates

A Comprehensive Guide to Flexbox Ordering & Reordering

The flexbox layout module allows us to lay out flex items in any order and direction. Flexbox ordering is, in fact, easier than ordering with floats or CSS grid, even if you might not think so at first. As flexbox is a one-dimensional layout model, as opposed to CSS grid which is two-dimensional, you only have… Continue reading A Comprehensive Guide to Flexbox Ordering & Reordering

How to Use Figma’s New Auto Layout Features

In this video I’ll show you how Figma’s new and improved Auto Layout features make designing responsive components and layouts easier than ever! Figma’s original Auto Layout features were introduced in December 2019–and now, almost a year later, Auto Layout has been completely reimagined, rebuilt and is (in my opinion) much better. Watch the Video… Continue reading How to Use Figma’s New Auto Layout Features

Understanding Mental Illness in the Tech Field

World Mental Health Day (10th October) is an international day for mental health. Its goal is to raise awareness and to lower social stigma in an empathetic way. The World Federation for Mental Health started the event initially in 1992. Richard Hunter, the then Deputy Secretary General, organized the event, aiming to start a long-term… Continue reading Understanding Mental Illness in the Tech Field

Popular Design News of the Week: January 6, 2020 – January 12, 2020

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: January 6, 2020 – January 12, 2020

The Ultimate WordPress Page Builder: WPBakery

Web development and design come at a high price.  For many entrepreneurs just starting out or who are in the early stages of their business, they will have difficulties finding developers and designers who will build their website on this low budget.  Thankfully, WordPress plugin developers have seen this need for fast and cost-efficient ways… Continue reading The Ultimate WordPress Page Builder: WPBakery

How to Create an Online Store with WordPress and BigCommerce

In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to make a WordPress shopping cart, using the BigCommerce WordPress plugin. We’ll go over the following things (in both video and written format, choose whichever you prefer!): What is BigCommerce (and the concept of “headless”)? How to download the plugin and create an account Setting up… Continue reading How to Create an Online Store with WordPress and BigCommerce

Best WordPress Advertising Plugins of 2019

Creating a successful advertising campaign is a must in today’s crowded eCommerce world. Once you have your website and products in place, you must have the tools necessary to communicate to your target audience just what you are selling.  Fortunately, CodeCanyon has a large number of WordPress advertising plugins available to get you up and running in… Continue reading Best WordPress Advertising Plugins of 2019

Getting Started With CSS Multi-Column Layout

How do you create layouts in CSS? Maybe you use floats, Flexbox, or CSS Grid Layout. But there’s another layout method that’s not used much yet, and that is “multi-column”. Learn about it in our new course, Getting Started With CSS Multi-Column Layout. What You’ll Learn In this short course, Adi Purdila will teach you… Continue reading Getting Started With CSS Multi-Column Layout

7 Excellent Web Designing Tips and Trick that Boost Your SEO

No matter who you are or what you do, as long as you have a website, you want people to see it. The more people that see the website, the better you feel. It could be an information you want to share or pass across, or it could be a product you want to sell.… Continue reading 7 Excellent Web Designing Tips and Trick that Boost Your SEO

Social Media Business Trends to Watch in 2018

There’s no question that social media was a dominant business marketing tool in 2017. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and, to a lesser extent, Pinterest, became the most cost-effective way to engage customers, build brands and lengthen reach. Facebook’s recent algorithm changes are a sign of things to come, however. As social media platforms make changes,… Continue reading Social Media Business Trends to Watch in 2018

How to Bake Engagement Into Video Content

Would you like to create video content that is more engaging and draws in and retains more viewers while also attracting more shares, likes, comments, and other reactions? If you do then you should know that engagement needs to be ‘baked into’ video content, and that starts from the time you sit down and begin… Continue reading How to Bake Engagement Into Video Content

Typography: The Anatomy of a Letter

The more we communicate, the closer we become. Typography inspires us by reminding the world of a simpler time without connection. As designers and artists, we can carry that fascination into our work by studying the makeup of letters. If you prefer video tutorials, you can start with the basics of typography anatomy with this… Continue reading Typography: The Anatomy of a Letter

9 Design and Formatting Tricks to Make Your Content Easier to Read

In a perfect world, content would be judged solely on the information it provides. The strength of a piece would depend exclusively on its subject matter, and how that subject is articulated through words and images. But in the online world, great information isn’t enough—you also need to present that information efficiently, and in an… Continue reading 9 Design and Formatting Tricks to Make Your Content Easier to Read

How to Create a Split-Screen Slider With JavaScript

In today’s video tutorial I’m going to show you how to create a “split-screen” slider element (or UI, whatever you prefer to call it) using JavaScript. Inspiration for this came from a page on the Corsair website; let’s see how we can build one for our own projects. What We’re Going to Build Let’s first… Continue reading How to Create a Split-Screen Slider With JavaScript

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

25 Beautiful and Useful Apps to Watch Out For

There are useful apps, then there are beautiful apps. But it’s a little rare to see the two qualities put together. This roundup is composed of beautiful and useful apps, some are for serious use, some for fun (like taking photos and making sharing moments easier between friends), and some could help you significantly with… Continue reading 25 Beautiful and Useful Apps to Watch Out For

Free Download : Flat Apple Devices Mockup (iPhones, iPads, iMac and Macbook, Apple Watch)

A huge collection of flat Apple devices mockups to showcase your responsive web designs. The PSD file includes iPhones, iPads, iMac and Macbook with different viewing angles and now even an Apple Watch! You can use it to show your work to clients or in portfolio. All of these files come as PSD format.Contributed by… Continue reading Free Download : Flat Apple Devices Mockup (iPhones, iPads, iMac and Macbook, Apple Watch)

Top 2015 Internet Trends To Watch Out For

After the holidays and welcoming the New Year we feel elated and inspired to start the year off right. Soon, after a few days or weeks, we get caught up in the routine again and lose focus on all the opportunities and positive changes we had envisioned.  In this post, I’ll discuss some of the biggest internet… Continue reading Top 2015 Internet Trends To Watch Out For

Apps to Watch: Code School, Lumify, Momondo and Others

Apps to Watch is a weekly collection of the most beautiful and innovative mobile apps in the market. There are more apps coming to the market every single day but only a few will make the cut. Here is a collection of 10 apps that are beautifully designed, solve a problem, entertain and have a… Continue reading Apps to Watch: Code School, Lumify, Momondo and Others

Super Simple eCommerce With Gumroad

Gumroad is an insanely easy way to create customizable products and start selling electronic and physical goods within minutes. It’s not meant to be a replacement for all shopping systems, but it can definitely handle selling your music, art pieces, t-shirts, PDFs, and much more. Why Gumroad? I literally think your grandmother could use Gumroad… Continue reading Super Simple eCommerce With Gumroad

Creating a Movie Magazine Cover Using InDesign

As a taster for our Workshop, An Introduction to Adobe InDesign, that begins on Thursday, Martin shows you how he created an awesome movie magazine cover – in less than 4 minutes! Watch closely as Martin Perhiniak, Adobe Design Master and Instructor, speeds through the process of creating an attention-grabbing movie magazine cover using InDesign.… Continue reading Creating a Movie Magazine Cover Using InDesign