Art galleries are in the business of aesthetics, yet it’s amazing how generic and uninventive many of their websites can be. Minimal graphics, fonts, and color schemes are designed to keep the viewer’s focus on the art itself, often at the expense of creativity and attractiveness. As in any business, it’s important for galleries to make a website that stands out and is memorable.
The websites on this list have achieved that goal by making subtle, yet integral design choices that, in fact, often increase both functionality and the viewing experience.
Once Again, we’ve got something special for our community. InstantShift again came up with cool freebies giveaway as promised. This is our way of saying thanks to our readers for being part of the iShift community and helping us make it to where we are right now. This time we’re pleased to announce our latest giveaway where you all have a chance to win 3 theme vouchers from Themefuse (each worth $49).
If you are using WordPress you could say you are lucky because the winners of today’s giveaway will be given access to download any original wp theme of their choice from Themefuse free of charge. Continue reading to learn how you can win one.
It’s one thing to try to avoid getting emotional about business matters; it’s another to switch off your emotions entirely. We’re all human, and I’m convinced that being emotional is a gift to us from God. I can shout this out loud with full confidence: each one of us gets emotional sometimes and begins to perceive the world primarily with emotion.
Criticism—and rejection especially—can get even the toughest of individuals to react in unexpected ways. Even if someone can control their reaction, their psyche will likely run with it uncontrollably.
The initial idea about a blog was that it could represent a place where its owner or administrator posts his thoughts, opinions or any news considered by him as being worthy. The readers are allowed to share their agreements/disagreements, usually in the form of the comments.
Unfortunately (only for some and fortunately for many of us), the Internet hasn’t been for long an easy way to exchange information as it was initially designed; it is an interactive world-wide community and, at the same time, it turns into a prospective economical market. It is not such a big surprise but almost 75% of the blogs have been created because of the possibility to bring some extra money to the owners (but very few really do it!).
As you’ve already seen in our previous posts about Single Page Website Designs that showcasing your work in single page design is a hot trend now days. It’s kind of ironic to see what designers can do with single pages as modern age designers love to experiment with things and observe how people interact with their work. Even though this is not a common trend to follow but still as the new design styles come up, and as more and more designers notice them and make use of them in their work, this kind of trends emerge.
In this presentation, you’ll find a variety of highly-creative, beautiful and most importantly inspirational designs which is following the same trend of single page designs.
Copywriting refers to the use of written copy to promote a business or entity. The ultimate purpose of copywriting is to expand the client base of a business. Multinationals and businesses are now promoting themselves globally, with a worldwide audience at their disposal, which has led to an unprecedented rise in demand for copywriters. Advertising and marketing campaigns are increasingly web-based, further raising the demand for creative writers who can get the job done on a tight budget.
Copywriting has nothing to do with the legal term “copyrighting,” which refers ownership of intellectual property. In this article, we will explore copywriting from a designer’s point of view, with a focus on tips of the trade.