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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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Best Practices for Creating Fullscreen Website Backgrounds

The artistic use of fullscreen backgrounds has become a large part of the web design lexicon. Many different layouts from landing pages to agencies and social networks have used this feature with great success. It’s a fantastic way to draw … Continue reading

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7 Web Design Mistakes Every Beginner Makes

It’s easy to tumble into pitfalls when you’re starting out in web design. Learn what they are and how to avoid them. Experimenting and making mistakes is an important part of learning.  Hopefully by identifying those issues here, we can … Continue reading

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The Top 10 Web Design Trends of 2014

Our future hopes for mobile and web design were rejuvenated in 2013. A small number of individuals, apps, trends and services conveyed freshly alluring, sophisticated digital world that we’ve never experienced before and are anticipating their highlight. 2013 was completely … Continue reading

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10 Trends In Web Design

This Article reveals the need to prioritize content and the user’s point of view. Almost all the participants expressed concerns about accessibility and application performance across the multiple devices that exist today and will only continue to increase in number.

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All About Trends

As long as the web has been around there have been certain design trends which have popped up from time to time. Some of these trends have stuck around and, over time, some have disappeared.

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