Web Design Archive

People think web designing is a kind of parallel fine art. Web designers feel in just the opposite way. Every day they have to think out different unique, catchy, exclusive designs. But creativity has a limit and fresh ideas do not appear out of thin air. So when your creativity battery is low, you need to charge it up. Here are some of the charging points or charging stations, as you may put it, where you can just plug in your cable of creativity anytime. It can be a designer’s block or you just want to check out some new designs; these 10 web design blogs must be on top of your lists. From their approach to their ideas, it seems you cannot get it [&hellip

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Back in the days when the internet was the new Wild West, you couldn’t just build a website by yourself. You had to hire a select group of experts to write out the code and do it all for you. It was a complicated process, especially if you wanted anything more complicated than a page of text. The systems to take payments were in their infancy. Social media didn’t exist. And there was no HTML5. Fast forward fifteen years and things are very different. Practically anybody can make a website today. There are hundreds of tools to choose from and they’re all rather intuitive. Except there are a few problems. The tools aren’t often that good. And even if they are good, most business owners [&hellip

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It’s easier than ever to set up your website. All you need is a WordPress or Tumblr account and a domain name. You choose a style you like, upload your content, and congratulations, you’re a website owner. But, here’s the thing. If you want to create a truly successful website, you need to go deeper. If you want thousands of visitors, lots of shares, and profit, you need to think carefully about your design. With that in mind, we’ve developed a few questions you need to answer before you dive in. 1. What is Your Brand Identity? Most of your website visitors make an instant judgement about your company within five seconds. That’s right, before they even read your ‘about’ page or explore your products, [&hellip

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If you want your website to be successful, you have to keep up with modern design trends. If your site looks out of date, people might find you untrustworthy or just plain old-fashioned. Consumers want to see that you know what they want and can provide for their changing tastes. If your website looks out of date, they’ll prefer to find someone who is making an effort to be more modern. You don’t always need to be on the cutting edge of web design. But you don’t want to be far behind your competitors either. Try using the following tips to modernize your site. Simple But Slick Simplicity is one of the most important things to keep in mind when you design your website. However, [&hellip

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One surprising fact about many of today’s websites is how they aren’t geared up for social media. Some might have a small text link to their Facebook page on their footer content, but that’s about it. We live in a world where information can get accessed online in a variety of ways. One popular method of checking out new content is through social media. Just this morning, for example, a friend of mine shared an interesting link about NASA. In case you’re interested, it was to do with a project for a new supersonic jet (i.e. a Concorde mk2)! My days are quite busy, and so I seldom have the time to check out news websites. I find it easier to read snippets of information [&hellip

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It does not matter whether you are a blogger, a company owner or a random internet users. If you have a website online, you need to take this advice. You may or may not be aware that online there are hundreds of thousands of sites that are dead. We call them dead because they are never viewed, no one visits them and the site owners may have abandoned ship. This is because these sites were not designed correctly. Or, the owners did not put enough effort into maintaining them. We can help you out with both these issues so that your website never meets the same fate. Make It Attractive After you have ploughed through the basic design features, such as making a categories page, [&hellip

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