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Are you ready to jump into the world of web design with Ghost? This simple and powerful platform is designed for bloggers (and other websites) that are looking to create using a simple platform and structure.
You’re a web designer living large in the 21st century. Your job is defined by screens and software. What in the world could you possibly learn about design from a bunch of old dusty print ads?
Design is all about presentation. You might have spent hours designing a logo or a layout for your client, but in order to fully reap the rewards of your hard work, it can be incredibly helpful to present your work in the perfect manner.
If nothing else, 2017 has been a year of color in website design. Color trends have dominated the conversation about design, with brighter, bolder hues as a large part of the landscape.
What do you do when your website is under construction and you aren’t quite ready for launch? Whether you’re generating buzz to release a new product or app, or just waiting for a new website project to be ready, a coming soon page can be the fix.
The Apple Watch is the latest gadget in Apple’s ever-growing product line-up. If you’re looking to display your latest application or web interface on the watch, then you’ve come to the right place.
A monochrome color scheme isn’t always the first idea that comes to mind when starting a new design project.
You hear these phrases tossed around by everyone today – from amateur photographers, to the iPhone salesman, to some of the world’s most acknowledged visual creators and designers.
Logo designs play a crucial role when it comes to the success of a business. For designers, it’s always about how they present their work to their clients or audience.
A logo might be the single most important visual connection a brand makes with users. It identifies the company or organization and sets a basic tone for interactions with users.
There’s a lot of science and psychology that goes into design. Even if you don’t consciously think about it, choices that you make when selecting imagery and user interface elements can establish a connection with users (or not) and even lead to higher engagement rates.
If you’re currently designing a billboard or a banner design, then you should also prepare for how to present it to your client.
So you need to design a logo. Where do you start? Shapes? Typography? A grid? A logo grid or construction guide is a popular starting point for many designers looking to create a logo.
With all of the image options and file formats out there, it can be a little overwhelming when you are choosing what file type to use (and send to clients).
Finding the perfect color combination for a website can be a challenging task, especially when you’re trying to make a particular design fit in with a client’s requirements.
People are going to judge your eBook by its cover. The cover is the first impression and first chance you have to hook a reader.
Squarespace isn’t just for non-designers and small business owners. Regardless of your skill level, the platform can be a quick and easy way to get a site online in a hurry.
Sometimes the hardest part of starting a new design project is… getting started! The best way to tackle a new project is to start small and scale the project up as you go.
Even though Apple’s Keynote app gives you plenty of tools and options for creating beautiful presentations, it can be tricky to find the time to build a beautiful, custom design.
Animation is not just for cartoons anymore. From full-screen moving images to small hover effects, touches of animation are popping up everywhere.