One day to go! What is considered one of the most intriguing and awe-inspiring web events around, will take place in London on Tue 25th and Fri 26th.
Archive for Design
Web designers struggle every day to create impressive and usable websites, but what makes the difference between a good and functional product and a mind-blowing one?
A list of interesting newspapers and breaking news layouts from all around the world.
Last night I came across an interesting podcast on Jeffrey Zeldman’s site, where few designers discuss about the ups and downs of being a freelance or setting up a new company.
CSSGlance is very happy to announce the release of “Language RSS Feed Icon Set”. You can use these icons on your websites to mark you RSS feeds in different languages.
With this sequence of articles we are going to present a long list of websites characterized by their minimalist web design style.
On Vandelay’s website a collection of 65 resources about grid based design: handful tools to improve efficiency and effectiveness of your project, as well as some articles for advanced techniques.
On Smashing Magazine an article which presents most significant recent trends, examples and innovative solutions for design of modern navigation menus. Interesting to see the difference between now and last year approaches of navigation design.
Carsten Cumbrowsky’s article on Search Engine Journal provide us a long and pretty list of questions that a website owner should ask himself about his website. I think it could hardly be considered a final list… so, as the author himself suggested, feel free to discuss about it!
Being a complete web designer means to develop different skills, from technical and artistic aspects of web design to communication and promotion ones. On Vandelay’s website, an article rich of resources links divided by category.
The use of Internet in politics is growing more and more and with this the importance of a strategic good-looking design. An example is given by the present campaign for the American Presidential Election.
A list of the most popular articles, resources, and tutorials of 2007. Basics and principles of design, color theory, graphics and icons resources, css, layout and more to learn the ropes of design.
A great collection of tools to improve Css design technique: from colors and backgrounds, fonts and shapes, sizes or positions to faster and progressive loading of pages and much more.
People are changing the way they consume online information and consequently their expectations about websites. Design aim is to give solutions in response of user’s needs, in other words, more intuitive and usable websites.
Christian Watson, author of a design blog named Smiley Cat, posted a showcase of 50 registration/sign-up forms which combine form design with visual appeal. The aim is to show that aesthetics and functionality/usability can coexist.
Del.icio.us, the most popular social bookmarking portal, will soon change its look. A limited preview lets only-invited users leave theirs feedbacks about the version 2.0 of the service.