The New Rules for Scrolling in Web Design

Jerry Cao  •  Website Design  •  May 3, 2017
The New Rules for Scrolling in Web Design

What was once taboo in website design has made a complete resurgence as one of the most popular techniques in recent years as users are finding a new love and appreciation for sites where scrolling is a necessity. Shedding its old stigmas, scrolling is reinventing itself as a core interaction design element – that also means designers need to learn the new rules. Photo...

The Right Web Tools & Services That Generate The Right Results

Andrian  •  Tools  •  May 1, 2017
The Right Web Tools & Services That Generate The Right Results

Web developers, graphic designers and finally any company or freelancer, have at their disposal a great list of web tools and services that help them in their projects. How can they find the right web tools and services that generate the right results? Easy. They need to read this article in which we are reviewing the best tools available on the market. We’ve reviewed and...

Capture Contract Signatures Online with Eversign

Jake Rocheleau  •  Tools  •  April 26, 2017
Capture Contract Signatures Online with Eversign

Working online comes with the responsibility of collecting documents, signatures, and briefs from clients. This can be tedious when you take on multiple jobs from different people. But with eversign the task of gathering signatures becomes a lot easier. You can quickly upload contracts and collect digital signatures from anyone at the click of a button. All signatures are...

Drawing Attention Through Color in Web Design

Paula Borowska  •  Design  •  April 25, 2017
Drawing Attention Through Color in Web Design

Working with color can be so much fun. Color can set the mood and tone of a design. Color can make a design appear clean or messy. Another thing we can use color for is to draw attention to a desired piece of content or element. In this post, we’ll go over the various way in which color can be manipulated to draw attention to something. Some of the examples will talk about...

Be’s 250+ Pre-Built Websites Come with an Awesome New Installer

Andrian  •  Tools  •  April 24, 2017
Be’s 250+ Pre-Built Websites Come with an Awesome New Installer

Be’s New and Improved Pre-Built Installer Remember back when it only took one click to install a pre-built website when using Be’s old installer? That hasn’t changed, nor would you want it to. You may also remember the hassle involved in selecting a pre-built website in the first place. You had to conduct a manual search through dozens, or even a couple of hundred...

10 Design Trends That Can Easily be Built with Elementor

Andrian  •  Tools  •  April 21, 2017
10 Design Trends That Can Easily be Built with Elementor

Some web design trends come and go very quickly, others tend to hang around until they’re considered part of the “core”. This year’s predictions have shed light on several trends that have already shifted the design landscape and will continue to shape the web. Are you keeping up? Gradient effect Last year, when two leading brands – Spotify and Instagram –...

Intro To Web Components: What They Are & How They Work

Jake Rocheleau  •  Coding  •  April 17, 2017
Intro To Web Components: What They Are & How They Work

Reusable code is the bedrock of modern web design. With every frontend framework and Sass library out there you can find solutions to any problem. But reusable dynamic elements are still a work in progress and they’re incredible. These elements are called Web Components and they rely on specs waiting to be finalized by the W3C. Not many developers know how web components...

Recital, a WordPress Theme to Complement Your Creativity

Doru Ciobanu  •  Themes  •  April 13, 2017
Recital, a WordPress Theme to Complement Your Creativity

Recital is a theme by Strict Themes aimed at bloggers, influencers, or artists, but will also be an excellent choice for anyone looking for a functional and streamlined WordPress theme. While it will fit many scenarios, the theme’s primary purpose is to showcase your creativity without distractions. Discovering Recital Theme The included dummy content will get you up to...

Introduction to Sass for Beginners

Raul Dronca  •  Coding  •  April 11, 2017
Introduction to Sass for Beginners

Sass stands for Syntactically Awesome Stylesheets. Sass and is basically just an extension to CSS that help us write more flexible styles. It helps us make larger and complicated stylesheets clearer to understand and easier to maintain. Thanks to features like variables,  mixins, nesting, inheritance the code is more organized, allowing us to work quicker. Be aware that...

Google Updates Material Design and Adds Color Tool

Doru Ciobanu  •  News  •  April 7, 2017
Google Updates Material Design and Adds Color Tool

Designers, Material Design is packed with a new color tool! Launched three years ago, Material Design, Google’s in-house design language influenced the shift from ancient user interfaces to the modern look of the contemporary web. Material Design was the final blow to skeuomorphism, glossy icons, gradients, and especially, those ugly “special offer” badges. Developed to...