The design industry is probably one of the fastest growing. New and creative websites are being created every day, pushing the limitations of HTML & CSS in every direction.
CSS has come a long way from formatting the structured content. It was used to control layout of documents precisely and to apply different layouts to media types. Modern web sites are designed to provide various types of interactions with users. CSS3 effects are used in most of those situations.
The incessant growth of smartphone usage in different scenarios has fueled the demand of web apps that feature superb functionality and pleasing interface. But this is not enough.
The smartphone proliferation has brought a significant change in the paradigm of everyone’s lifestyle. There are also the stats alluding that along with expanding mobile space, there is an increase in hacking case and theft of personal information & other data.
When it comes to bringing your message across for your project, there is almost no better way to say it than in a picture. But where to find good photos without having to pay a fortune for them?
Simply stealing them from others is illegal (not to mention unfair!) and will cost more than buying them. But, you say, free images are usually of low quality. To kill two birds with one stone, we want to show you a collection of platforms with free AND beautiful imagery for your project.
In the early 2000s, skeuomorphism ruled supreme as the leading design trend in the world of mobile app designs. At that time, designers were looking for easy ways to make users feel at home when using mobile apps.
And if you had been living under rocks, Skeuomorph (skyoo-uh-morf) is derived from the Greek word skeuos that denotes tools and morph that denotes shapes. It is a design of software to mirror the image of a physical product.
If you’re on the lookout for some of the best tools and resources to help you in your work as a web designer, then look no further.
This post will show you the best web designing resources we have found on the internet. They will make your work much more efficient and you will for sure see a great development when using them.
Conventional wisdom says that “you need to think positive, in order to accomplish an important goal.” But, often too much positive thinking can disappoint.
While it’s true that pessimists (and skeptics) have served as driving forces behind the betterment of the human race, but negative thinking is the biggest reason behind our survival in the world – that helps ward off any danger. The same is true in case of web design.