Enthralling Website Designs featuring Interior and Exterior

Nataly Birch  •  Inspiration, Websites Examples  •  June 17, 2013
Enthralling Website Designs featuring Interior and Exterior

There are certainly category of sites that leverage all the charm, sophistication and artistry of architecture and traditional interior designs, and it’s not necessarily websites dedicated to interior design agencies, home improvement ideas or furniture-related e-shops that simply obliged to include this sort of visual data on the home page in order to instantly make clear...

Interview with Designer: Daryl Ginn

Paula Borowska  •  Design, Interviews  •  June 14, 2013
Interview with Designer: Daryl Ginn

Daryl is an awesome designer from United Kingdom, who many of you may know as the guy with the Batman avatar. I kid you not, he just might be him. However, on a more serious note, he is one hell of a designer and a great influence within the community. He is helpful when you need feedback and also is a spectacular designer. His Dribbble (@daryl) shots provide inspiration to...

How to Create a Free Website with IM Creator

Paula Borowska  •  Resources, Tools  •  June 14, 2013
How to Create a Free Website with IM Creator

IM Creator is an online service that makes creating and publishing websites very simple. Of course, there are a variety of different plans that you can choose to best match your specific needs. The way you create a website is very simple as this service is meant for people who cannot or do not want to code and instead need something easy and quick. In this tutorial I will be...

Breadcrumbs Web Design Examples and Best Practices

Adrian  •  Inspiration, Websites Examples  •  June 14, 2013
Breadcrumbs Web Design Examples and Best Practices

In order to do so you can implement the breadcrumbs in your web designs. It augments the standard of your website and hence attracts the viewers to the site. Basically, these are text-based links. Normally, the font of breadcrumbs is few points smaller than the original text size of the content of the website. When you build a website what should be your prime focus? Of course...

Interview: How to Earn $1,000 with a One-page Website

Adrian  •  Inspiration, Interviews  •  June 13, 2013
Interview: How to Earn $1,000 with a One-page Website

Today, we will tell you the story of how one of our partners earned $1,000 in the first month using the Designmodo affiliate program. You might not think that’s a lot of money, but the essential part of this story tells that this amount was earned (and, by the way, continues being earned) with a one-page site. So, let us introduce to you Ahmet Sülek – creator of...

New Apple Look Doesn’t Fully Embrace Flat Design

Carrie Cousins  •  App Design, Design  •  June 11, 2013
New Apple Look Doesn’t Fully Embrace Flat Design

The web was full of speculation in the weeks and days leading to WWDC 2013 – iOS 7 would be flat. I’m glad I did not jump on that train. Apple will not employ a completely flat design scheme with the iOS upgrade; it just touches on it. The company did all but ditch the skeuomorphic look that has been almost a trademark of the brand since the release of the first iPhones in...

Examples of Mobile Applications with Circular Vibe

Nataly Birch  •  Apps Examples, Inspiration  •  June 11, 2013
Examples of Mobile Applications with Circular Vibe

Circle shape is considered to be one of the quickest objects perceived by human eye. It means that our brains is capable of processing information within a circle a bit faster than data located in accustomed rectangles or squares. This ability is truly vital for small gesture-based interfaces, which are typical for mobile devices, and in most cases, becomes a determinant...

Flat Design and Fonts

Carrie Cousins  •  Design, Fonts, Resources  •  June 10, 2013
Flat Design and Fonts

Flat is in. We’ve discussed the trend in depth here at Designmodo. And you have responded with lots of questions. We will try to answer one of those popular queries today. “What are the best fonts to use with flat design?” Throughout this post you will see websites using flat design techniques paired with information about fonts used on the site in the top right corner....

Line by Line Website Designs based on Horizontal Stripe Layout

Nataly Birch  •  Inspiration, Websites Examples  •  June 9, 2013
Line by Line Website Designs based on Horizontal Stripe Layout

Although, it is widely believed that every project calls for unique solution, there are long established and time-tested approaches that can effectively arrange content on your website and work perfectly well for vast number of cases. For example, grid-based layouts are fairly common and are involved in almost every second project. There are different kinds of layouts such as...

How to Combine Typefaces

Zolani Stewart  •  Design  •  June 8, 2013
How to Combine Typefaces

I recently finished reading Tim Brown’s new book “Combining Typefaces.” It’s 63 pages. You can buy it for less than $5 on FiveSimpleSteps, as a pdf or epub. Combining Typefaces is a dense book. It goes through a lot of concepts very quickly, but I’m a fan of that. The book may be primarily about combining types, but I think it serves as a great introduction to...