Design

  • What to Expect When Designing for Startups

    What to Expect When Designing for Startups

    Jenna Scaglione  •  July 5, 2012

    Designing for startups can feel more like a whirlwind than an actual design project. The process can be a rough road to travel if you are not prepared for the full...

  • Evoke an Emotional Response: Using Red as a Design Tool

    Evoke an Emotional Response: Using Red as a Design Tool

    Carrie Cousins  •  July 2, 2012

    We all dream in color. Every design concept and sketch comes with some sort of color association. But what do those colors mean? What associations are we making just with that...

  • Color Psychology in Identity and Branding

    Color Psychology in Identity and Branding

    Andra Postolache  •  June 26, 2012

    “Color is mysterious, eluding definition; it is a subjective experience, a cerebral sensation depending on three related and essential factors: light, an object and an...

  • Why Web Designers are Choosing the Emotional Approach to Attract More Clients

    Why Web Designers are Choosing the Emotional Approach to Attract More Clients

    Jenna Scaglione  •  June 12, 2012

    Emotional design turns casual users into fanatics, ready to tell others about their positive experience. – Aarron Walter, author of Designing for Emotion. Website design is...

  • How to Protect Your Design Work on the Internet

    How to Protect Your Design Work on the Internet

    Jenna Scaglione  •  June 8, 2012

    Are you worried about people stealing your designs after you publish them on the web? Web designers are faced with a “catch 22” situation. To attract new clients, they must...

  • Help Us Improve New DesignModo (Polls)

    Help Us Improve New DesignModo (Polls)

    Adrian  •  May 28, 2012

    Hello dear readers! Today we would like to ask for your help by answering some questions. We are also waiting on your comments and suggestions that you can leave below this...

  • Form and Function: Websites That Combine Beauty with Usability

    Form and Function: Websites That Combine Beauty with Usability

    Faith Towers  •  May 25, 2012

    One of the most essential aspects of designing a website is finding a balance between form and function, to ensure that the viewer can easily navigate through each page. We have...

  • The State of Design in 2012: Six Header Design Trends

    The State of Design in 2012: Six Header Design Trends

    Keith Bryant  •  May 23, 2012

    So often, we look at a design trend as nothing more than that – a design trend. But it’s important to look behind these trends, to see the market influences and...

  • Why Responsive Design are Best for Mobile Devices?

    Why Responsive Design are Best for Mobile Devices?

    Angelina Jennifer  •  May 20, 2012

    Responsive design is quite popular these days. It is a new and revolutionary way of planning to develop websites which will be compatible for both PC, and laptop users as well as...

  • How to Create a Case Study and Why It’s Crucial For Designers

    How to Create a Case Study and Why It’s Crucial For Designers

    Andrianes Pinantoan  •  May 18, 2012

    Creating and showing off a portfolio is such a fundamental part of a designer’s life, few people ever question its effectiveness. But the fact is, there are better ways to sell...