Most recent blogs in the Web Design category
Qantas Cash re-launched their Australian website overnight, with a new responsive design replacing the original 2013 adaptive site.
I love my tablet. Until I was given one a couple of years ago, I never thought I'd like tablets as much as I do now. But that's not to say there aren't a few things that annoy me - and it's not the fault of the device. Fair warning, if you're not interested in a self-indulgent venting of certain tablet design 'faux pas' then move on. Otherwise, let me enlighten you as to why it's time to put an end to these all-too-familiar scenarios.
You have a website and you work hard to attract visitors. You have focused on optimizing the site for search engines, written a hundred blogs and use social networks for promotion all while ensuring that you have quality content on your site. Now you just need to make sure the user experience doesn't suck.
For such a seemingly innocent UI element, those three line icons you see in the corner of many responsive websites and apps have generated a lot of controversy.
Pairing fonts can be a challenge and for good reason. It’s an art that creates beautiful pages, defines the tone and voice of a brand and can make or break readability.
As the project manager, it's no fun having a fully designed and developed website - i.e. technically and functionally ready for launch - when it's still full of gaping holes where content is supposed to be.
Video is becoming an increasingly popular on the web these days. As we all know web design is all about telling a story and conveying the right message to your user. Using video is a great way to get your point across, get user participation and interaction, and bring your design to life.