An Anatomy of the Perfect Bug Report

Developers produce code that should work in every browser, every operating system and every device specified in the performance and compliance goals for a site or application. No matter how much effort we put into testing our work, clients will likely find something that doesn’t work: no matter how talented your development team is, bugs…

New Web Trends in Designing Part 1: Data Patterns and Generative Patterns

Web design trends have an inclination towards evolving, maturing and improving. Of course, developers do not stay still; they are constantly coming up with brand-new approaches and inventive tricks. However there are always techniques that fall into the category of ‘Everything new is well forgotten old’ that thanks to vivid imagination, huge experience, and the…

The Anatomy of Great Website Design that Google Loves

Creating a website is very much like preparing a cake. How you dress it and how it ends up looking can be worlds apart. And we all want our cakes to look pretty and taste amazing, right? If you agree then the key is to pay attention to detail. Here are a few miniscule factors…

Website Designs that Tamed a Riot of Color – Great Examples

The color scheme is able to either break or make website design. Paying little attention to this essential constituent can lead to catastrophic results that not only destroy the overall aesthetics but also scare away regular users. So that it should be treated with respect. One of the solutions for avoiding such fatality is to…

Move Along…. Inspirational Horizontal Scrolling Sites

The majority of sites we encounter are vertical scrolling, so coming across a horizontal scrolling site can be like a breath of fresh air – if they work well. Horizontal scrolling has never really been in trend, but since the first such sites a few years ago, they have not really gone out of trend…

The Definition of Layouts in Web Design and When to Use Them

There are quite a number of layouts in web design. The most common include fixed, liquid and elastic layouts. This article outlines the major differences in terms used to describe layouts in web design, and when each particular design calls for a specific layout. So if this issue has confused or frustrated you in the…

10 of the Best Types of Web Animation So Far

It is hard to argue against the fact that we have become more addicted to energized projects that feature some process of movement. Whether it is a video, gif or animation we need and love the action in website design. Thankfully, developers are perfectly aware of this small yet all-consuming passion. So we are witnessing…

Is QR Code On The Verge of Extinction in the Mobile Arena?

For the last few years, QR codes have been considered one of the most effective marketing tools. However, the advent of Ricoh’s “Clickable Paper” technology is expected to make a significant impact on QR code popularity, and will become the cause of extinction for QR codes. In this post, we have an overview of the…

20 Free Highly Usable UI Kits for your Next Project

UI Kits are your perfect companion when you are building a web app or a mobile app and don’t want to dig deep into the design part. These kits are made by professional designers using the latest design schemes so that you can choose to have an amazing look for your app without having to…

New Web Design and Development Resources: #8 June Edition

Everyone needs beautiful things, and for us, designers and developers, it means gorgeous resources, so as is usual every month, we have gathered the best and most compelling resources we could find, including fonts, themes, icons, design tools, snippets, articles, and of course, great freebies for you to download. NEW FOR DESIGNERS AND DEVELOPERS Vintage…

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