Does Typography Really Matter?

If success is in the details, typography is arguably the most important component of web design. Read More >>

5 Reasons Responsive Design is Right for Your Site

From smartphones to tablets, laptops to gaming consoles, there’s an ever-increasing number of platforms from which consumers visit a company’s website. With mobile usage expected to overtake desktop usage before 2015, responsive web design has never been more important. Read More >>

Hottest Web Design Trends in 2014

Every minute, an estimated 571 new websites are created. With so many brands vying for consumer attention, it can be difficult to make your site stand out. To make your website more appealing for consumers, it’s important to consider the top web design trends in 2014. Read More >>

Is Minimalist Web Design Really More Effective?

You've probably heard the phrase “less is more,” but this is an adage that’s difficult for most business owners to follow, especially when it comes to web design. Read More >>

What is a Logo?

I believe in a strong design, but I don’t get hung up on it. I’m a content girl. Read More >>

Are You the Minority

You remember that first brand spanking new computer you purchased for $5,995 with it’s text based user interface and it’s 640 pixel resolution?!? Yeah baby — you dig it the most! You guessed it — times are a-changing my friends. What do you think today’s resolutions are running on, with the advent of all these flat screen HD monitors you see, draping everyones desks from the classroom to the coffee shops? 800 rez? That’s so early 1990’s. 1024 rez? Getting closer but still several Read More >>

Website design – What is it? A Comprehensive Guide for beginners

When it comes to choosing a website design guide, the most important factor that you need to consider is its purpose. Is it for generating traffic or for the enhancement of your website? You might want to get a website design guide that can help you achieve both goals and achieve it well. For instance, the design of a website will greatly influence its success. If you are designing a website that is intended for generating traffic, you might need a different guide than if you want to know about improving Read More >>

Web Templates vs Web Designers

A website is definitely a huge asset to those who want to promote themselves, their company, or their wares. People from all over the world use the Internet (1.8 billion to be exact) to find all kinds of things — every day; providing a highly manicured website is a great way to capture their attention. As with all things of importance, there are a few difficult choices that must be made during the process of getting a website up and running. The first decision that should be made about your Read More >>

Every designer should C.U.S.

I’m not talking about the O’Reilly f-bomb or anything like that; believe it or not I’m talking about information architecture and design. Learn how to C.U.S. properly by following these three steps: Cut to the core, Unify the pieces, & Stick to the plan. Cut to the Core. Stripping your site to the bones may not sound appealing, but it’s always necessary. Easier said than done, right? The key here is to analyze and thin your content in order to reduce redundant clutter and pave a clean Read More >>