Category Archives: Responsive Design
The web and graphic design industry is expanding in leaps and bounds. However, each year brings its own unique surprises. We foresee many trends emerging in the web-design realm with more focus being given on creating less complicated and more … Continue reading
One of the toughest jobs artists and designers everywhere have is presenting the work to their clients. Many clients don’t have the ability to see exactly what the designer sees in his/her mind and without a clear picture of the … Continue reading
Do you want to create a website but you lack the programming skills? No problem! There are so many great templates on the web, some free and some premium, that it is almost impossible not to find the perfect one … Continue reading
By Jen Kramer Responsive design is about building a website with a grid-based layout, images that resize and media queries, as described by Ethan Marcotte. After Marcotte defined the technique, responsive design frameworks began to emerge that incorporated these principles. … Continue reading
We found this interesting Article about HTML5 from Andrew Johnson, who is founder of BestPSDtoHTML The demand for responsive websites has only increased in the recent past. With more and more smartphones, tablets and phablets getting launched every month, the … Continue reading
This Thanksgiving, we would like to share a clean, simple and professional responsive email template to you. This template is compatible with multiple email clients such as Outlook 2007, Gmail, Yahoo! Mail, and more.
Nowadays the responsiveness is not an optional feature that needs to be present on your web project; it is literally a must-have without which your website won’t be able to successfully compete with others. Moreover an ability to adapt to … Continue reading
It is the era of Mobility. Today, every website, big or small, new or old is inspired to have its own mobile version. While developing these versions, it becomes necessary to check them on different mobile devices for their compatibility … Continue reading
By Ezequiel Bruni It’s not a question of the quality of code output by these programs. It’s not because it makes design “too easy”. It’s because no matter how good these programs are, they will always limit the people who … Continue reading
What is Responsive Iconography? Responsive iconography is the approach of displaying icons of appropriate fidelity based on an icon’s display size to ensure optimal legibility.
We found this great article by Steven Hoober on uxmatters.com. In the article Steven explains all the misconceptions on designing for touch devices. A really great resource for anyone designing websites and apps for mobile devices. Touchscreens have been with … Continue reading
So in this day and age we as web designers have to consider all devices when we designing our clients websites. The obvious route to go here is Responsive Web Design (RWD). There are great tools available that can make … Continue reading
Web developers are increasingly being asked to build sites that cater to smartphone Internet users, or to recast existing sites into user-friendlier formats for mobile devices. By 2015, statistical research by eMarketer predicts that more than half of the persons … Continue reading