Design

  • Interview with Designer: Martin Oberhäuser

    Interview with Designer: Martin Oberhäuser

    Paula Borowska  •  March 4, 2013

    Martin Oberhäuser is an amazing designer that I’m sure you’ve all seen his work at one point or another. His work is very popular on both Behance and Dribbble networks and it...

  • Retro is Reborn: A Look at the Color Trend

    Retro is Reborn: A Look at the Color Trend

    Carrie Cousins  •  February 24, 2013

    What’s old is new again. That’s the way most trends seem to work anyway. Retro color palettes are a great example of how an old look is being reborn in web design. Retro color...

  • Design Your Website for How People Read

    Design Your Website for How People Read

    Carrie Cousins  •  February 18, 2013

    How scientific is your approach to design? Could the look of your site benefit from a little research? By learning more about how people read and look at websites, designers can...

  • A Look at Stencil Typography

    A Look at Stencil Typography

    Zolani Stewart  •  February 17, 2013

    You should be paying attention to stencil. First, I recommend you throw away the image of ugly fonts sprayed onto industrial shipping crates and used for all sorts of army themed...

  • Create a Mobile User Experience

    Create a Mobile User Experience

    Carrie Cousins  •  February 15, 2013

    The mobile user experience is one of the hottest design topics to date. What do mobile users want and expect? How can designers and developers better create great sites for users...

  • Web Typography Trends in 2013

    Web Typography Trends in 2013

    Paula Borowska  •  February 10, 2013

    “TYPOGRAPHY is the balance and interplay of letterforms on the page, a verbal and visual equation that helps the reader understand the form and absorb the substance of the page...

  • Year of the Snake Begins Feb. 10: How You Can Use it in Projects

    Year of the Snake Begins Feb. 10: How You Can Use it in Projects

    Carrie Cousins  •  February 8, 2013

    Are we about so see more snakes and s-curves trending in design? According to the Chinese calendar, the year of the snake begins on Feb. 10, and in many years the animal...

  • Skeuomorphism in User Interface Design, What is It?

    Skeuomorphism in User Interface Design, What is It?

    Paula Borowska  •  February 2, 2013

    In the last few weeks the debate over skeuomorphism has been getting more and more heated. I would like to make two points for you in this post. First, what skeuomorphism actually...

  • Flat Design: Can You Benefit from the Trend?

    Flat Design: Can You Benefit from the Trend?

    Carrie Cousins  •  January 31, 2013

    Flat design – a concept popular many years ago in design – is making a comeback. With many redesigns and new websites employing a flat design scheme, the trend is appearing...

  • Successful Web Design Comes Down to the Details

    Successful Web Design Comes Down to the Details

    Carrie Cousins  •  January 29, 2013

    The start of a great site design begins as a sketch but what it really comes down to is the details. It’s the little things that can take a site design from average to...