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How Web Design Has Evolved With Time?

“Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire” or CERN as it is called means the European Council for Nuclear Research. It was founded in 1954 by the European Union for the sole purpose of studying the composition of the universe. It … Continue reading

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Web Design Industry Trends for 2015

You have probably seen a lot of articles on web design trends for 2015. Ghost buttons, card design, large background images and videos, scrolling instead of clicking, material design… You have heard it all already, haven’t you? But have you … Continue reading

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Understanding the South African mobile consumer

People have been trading since antiquity and the saying “business as usual” is just as powerful as ever. The last couple of years have shaken up the way we do things, and this is because of an irrepressible shift in … Continue reading

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Online store’s credibility

Anyone who has built an ecommerce store before, knows this: credibility is one of the toughest things to achieve. Apart from having to build something from scratch and set it up so that it works every time, building credibility means … Continue reading

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How has web design advanced in the last 2 years

Over the last two years, web design has advanced at an accelerated pace due to the advent of new technologies. While the demise of older technologies such as Flash was predicted, no one would have thought that this would happen … Continue reading

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Why web designers should embrace reactive design

A brand’s website design speaks volumes. And yet many businesses are choosing to forego updating their websites, instead posting content directly to Facebook. This trend has affected the very purpose of a website and has had ramifications for how designers … Continue reading

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Change a CSS property with CSS Triggers

Googler Paul Lewis has built a handy CSS tool… Instead of spending time performing your own tests, you can now use Paul Lewis‘ CSS Triggers to understand the ramifications of setting the value of a CSS property to something other … Continue reading

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Are you prepared for life after jQuery?

Zack Bloom argues that life could be better if the libraries we need stopped depending on jQuery. When jQuery was first introduced, it changed the world. It gave us all the ability to refer to elements on the page from … Continue reading

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Breakpoints And The Future Of Websites

When the iPhone came out in 2007, the demonstration of its web browser by the late great Steve Jobs gave the not-so-subtle impression that Apple wasn’t too perturbed about its users pinching to zoom and swiping to scroll as part … Continue reading

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What do you really want to achieve as a web designer?

More and more, as the scope and lucrativeness of the Internet increase, web designers are becoming highly sought after. As the design profession gains in demand, its practitioners are put in an interesting position. The opportunities for growth appear to … Continue reading

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Why Should Web Design Be A Profession?

When one goes to the professional, one expects to invest in his expertise. This investment requires no great leap of faith, as it is supported by a trust acknowledged among the general populace and duly warranted by the traditions of … Continue reading

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Understanding the Role of Communication in Web Design

Article By Amy Brown Communication is considered to be the foundational element of a good website. If your website’s design communicates effectively with the visitors, you grow your chances of getting noticed among the potential customers. Regardless of the type … Continue reading

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WWDC 2014 Aftermath

WWDC is like Christmas for Cocoa developers, and this is certainly true for this year’s edition due the scarcity of leaks and rumors leading up to the conference. Even though we’re all curious to hear what Apple has in store … Continue reading

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3 ways to design an infographic

Infographics aren’t new. And certainly, interactive ones aren’t either—but with the launch of recent data-driven news sites such as Vox, Fivethirtyeight and The Upshot, they’re becoming more popular. And since viewers are seeing those infographics on tablets, phones and desktops, building … Continue reading

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Collaborating With Adobe Fireworks On Large Design Teams

In today’s we found an article By Dan Nisbet. Working with people can be hard. But get it right, and you’ll be able to produce stunning work more smartly and quickly than ever before. With methodologies such as agile and … Continue reading

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