Design

  • Design Trends For Modal Windows On The Web

    Design Trends For Modal Windows On The Web

    Jake Rocheleau  •  January 13, 2017

    Modal windows are those popup windows that appear over the screen rather than opening a new tab/window. They usually darken the background to bring attention to the popup. Most...

  • 6 Features That are Missing from Your Web Design

    6 Features That are Missing from Your Web Design

    Andrian  •  January 11, 2017

    As a business owner, have you ever been totally clueless as to why your website isn’t converting? Do you feel like you have everything in place, yet your audience isn’t...

  • 10 Web Design Trends to Try in 2017

    10 Web Design Trends to Try in 2017

    Carrie Cousins  •  January 2, 2017

    Ready to refresh your website? The start of the year is a great time to take a hard look at your existing design – or even new projects – and think about how to incorporate...

  • How 40 European E-commerce Websites Handle Forms on Mobile

    How 40 European E-commerce Websites Handle Forms on Mobile

    Andrian  •  December 6, 2016

    I won’t surprise if we tell you that European e-commerce market is hot and that a mobile-friendly website is a key to success in that field. Last year, approximately 296...

  • Designer’s Guide to Promoting Yourself and Your Work

    Designer’s Guide to Promoting Yourself and Your Work

    Jake Rocheleau  •  December 2, 2016

    You can be the most creative and productive designer in the world, but it doesn’t mean anything without paid work. Designers can rely on repeat clients but it’s important to...

  • Web Design Trends For “Start Here” Pages

    Web Design Trends For “Start Here” Pages

    Jake Rocheleau  •  November 22, 2016

    When visitors land on a new website they usually have no idea where to begin. They usually just look around for nav links that might provide the info they’re looking for. But...

  • 4 Ways to Improve Usability and User Experience by Decluttering Designs

    4 Ways to Improve Usability and User Experience by Decluttering Designs

    Paula Borowska  •  November 14, 2016

    We often speak about decluttering in the sense of physical stuff like closets or storage. But, we can also speak about decluttering designs too. Decluttering can help improve...

  • Tips for Creating a Great Personal Online Portfolio

    Tips for Creating a Great Personal Online Portfolio

    Eelco Guntlisbergen  •  November 3, 2016

    As a designer I think we’ve all experienced the difficulty of creating something personal, including a portfolio. You end up spending countless hours in Photoshop, trying a...

  • A Design Workflow Comparison: Photoshop vs Illustrator vs Sketch

    A Design Workflow Comparison: Photoshop vs Illustrator vs Sketch

    Jake Rocheleau  •  October 28, 2016

    The ever-expanding world of design can be tough to comprehend as a newcomer. With so many tools and techniques available it’s hard to know where to start. Three of the most...

  • Emotional Intelligence and the Uncomfortable Side of Design

    Emotional Intelligence and the Uncomfortable Side of Design

    Paula Borowska  •  October 24, 2016

    In March 2016, Twitter celebrated its 10th birthday. It was a day filled with pride for the company and many of its followers. In order to make the day amazing for its users,...