Inspiration

  • 20 Most Rockin’ Behance Web Design & UI Case Studies

    20 Most Rockin’ Behance Web Design & UI Case Studies

    Ruaridh Currie  •  November 7, 2014

    Behance: As designers we love it; it’s become entrenched in my daily online routine just as much, if not more than, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. I’ve been a member since...

  • Wait a Minute: Examples of Page Preloading Animations

    Wait a Minute: Examples of Page Preloading Animations

    Nataly Birch  •  September 17, 2014

    When creating a great user experience becomes a number one priority, micro UX comes to the forefront – in our case are preloading animations. For a long time, only some have...

  • For Designers, the Customer is Never Right (Even When They Are)

    For Designers, the Customer is Never Right (Even When They Are)

    Dylan Feltus  •  September 11, 2014

    The adage “The Customer Is Always Right” has been so deeply ingrained in us that going against the principle can feel near impossible. Even as children, long before the issue...

  • Case Studies: Redesigning a Logo Can Be Tricky

    Case Studies: Redesigning a Logo Can Be Tricky

    Simone  •  August 29, 2014

    The logo is definitely the most important part of any brand. Its aim is to reveal the qualities of a product or of a society and to communicate what the company mission is. Logos...

  • How to Use Color Filters for Fantastic Website Designs

    How to Use Color Filters for Fantastic Website Designs

    Nataly Birch  •  August 20, 2014

    Who would have thought that such simple instruments as color and gradient can catalyze creativity and enormously enhance the website’s aesthetics in the modern world of...

  • 15 Contact Pages Showcasing Great User Experience

    15 Contact Pages Showcasing Great User Experience

    Paula Borowska  •  August 18, 2014

    When it comes to contact pages, they should have a wonderful user experience. Contact pages are the gateway to getting people to, well, contact you. If the page is not informative...

  • Preparing Your Conference Website (And What to Include)

    Preparing Your Conference Website (And What to Include)

    Nataly Birch  •  June 13, 2014

    Meta Refresh is the official website of a conference that is focused on the important topic of “The Construction of User Interface on the Web,” offering various workshops....

  • Best Practices: Leading Brands and Promotional Websites

    Best Practices: Leading Brands and Promotional Websites

    Nataly Birch  •  May 16, 2014

    Though it seems that such powerful, famed and instantly-recognizable brands as McDonalds, BMW or Samsung don’t need extra publicity since the names speak for themselves, they do...

  • Primer on Types of Navigation in Mobile Apps

    Primer on Types of Navigation in Mobile Apps

    Nataly Birch  •  May 1, 2014

    Navigation patterns can vary, even when it comes to prototyping mobile application interfaces. Even though they may seem to impose tight restrictions, because of small sizes and...

  • Fresh Breath of Polygonal Style in Website Design

    Fresh Breath of Polygonal Style in Website Design

    Nataly Birch  •  April 7, 2014

    Polygonal style has definitely found renewed interest. Amid extensive use of flat style graphics, visual storytelling solutions, rich content media approaches and a great deal of...