Modern Touch of Polygon Web Design

Low poly designs are rather popular today. Polygon mesh, firstly seen in 3D graphics, now appear on various-themed websites and seem to perfectly fit any style. This design perfectly fits the overall trend towards flat style and can be perfectly used in minimalist websites. The term “low poly” is used in technical and visual aspects…

10 Things A Web Developer Must Do Before He Dies

It’s all too easy for web developers to fall into a rut where they focus on nothing beyond the assignment at hand. While you may be working on many interesting and worthwhile applications, it can also be good to broaden your horizons. This can even help you with your work. You never know how a…

10 Of The Best Video jQuery Plugins

Video is almost a necessity in website design these days, and using a jQuery plugin to present videos is a great time-saver for both developers and designers. We are fortunate that a lot of developers like to share their work with us and offer these plugins at no charge, and some are thrown out to…

A Few Bold Brush Strokes: Website Designs with Crafty Typography

Crafty typography always strikes the eye, especially when it diversifies the website design that, as a rule, is lacking in adornments and ornamental elements. Though the lion’s share of artistic typography falls into graphic design (posters, booklets, magazine covers, flyers are highly populated with such kind of type), the web sphere also has something to…

Less is More – Extremely Minimal Website Design

Minimal design, in a similar way to vintage and retro design is never really in or out of trend – it is just always around! The ‘less is more’ philosophy is a well loved style of design and, in the early days it was a very difficult style of design to achieve, but designers have…

Storytelling and Interaction: Engage Your Visitors

How to engage visitors? It is an age-old question that worries all website owners. Regardless of the type of project, sphere of work and target audience, all we want is to win over as many followers, readers, and potential clients as possible. Of course, the time-tested way of drawing users’ attention through interesting information still…

Navigation That Adds to Aesthetics – Best Practices

It is believed that the simpler and more obvious navigation the more likely it will accomplish its chief mission. However, there is always room for exceptions, and intricate and decorative menus that are used for finishing off the appearance, enriching the general feeling and enhancing an overall composition are also capable of providing users with…

15 Worst UI Design Features to Watch Out For and Overcome

Website designs are created to encourage users to take action, to give feedback on the product or to fuel their creativity. Whatever your website goal is, you should avoid certain design features and know which ones to include in your design for sure. Here we present a round-up of the worst UI design features that…

Pinterest-Inspired Cards-Based Web Design Layouts

Utilization of a cards-based layout is considered to be the best design technique for creating visceral mobile user interfaces, however, as often happens, the pattern has been eagerly adopted by website designers, in particular by industry goliaths such as Facebook, Google, Twitter, LinkedIn, and, of course, Pinterest. The main reason is that it is an…

Design of Complex Forms: For Responsiveness, Accessibility and Friction Free Experience

Filling in online forms is an inevitable part of living our lives online and digitizing our world. But do they have to be so onerous. Offline, forms are pretty painful, especially longer, more complex ones. Place the same form online and you add even more complexity to the process of form filling, including ensuring instructions…

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