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This Week in Design: Nov. 21, 2014


Challenges and solutions. These are the essence of what a designer does in a visual format. And it’s what we are looking at this week in design, from better ways to design responsive websites to a typeface for dyslexics to presenting complex information in an award-winning way.

Getting Started With BootstrapBay (Plus 3 Theme Giveaways)


BootstrapBay is a new theme marketplace where you can buy and sell premium themes and templates. Every theme on the site is packed with features, customization options and features a fully-responsive design.

What Makes a Great 404 Error Page?


No one wants to think website visitors are spending time on error pages, but it happens. The 404 error page is one place that these interactions happen rather frequently.

This Week in Design: Nov. 14, 2014


Designing for the web can be a common assignment for almost any designer. What should you be thinking about when planning such a project?

Form Building From a Designer’s Perspective


When people think of beautiful web design, form building isn’t usually the thing that comes to mind. But for the crafty designer, form design creates a unique opportunity to show off some serious skills.

Design Dilemma: When the Client Expects You to Be a Psychic


“I’ll know what I like when I see it” has been heard by every freelancer presenting designs to a client for approval.

Empathy and Design: What You Should Consider


Do you need to think about empathy when you design? (The answer is yes.) It may seem like a pretty common sense answer, but too often we get caught up in the design and message and not the user.

This Week in Design: Nov. 7, 2014


What’s next? What’s trendy? What’s cool? It can be incredibly hard to answer these questions, but we often try.

Design Dilemma: How Do I Turn a Temp Job Into a Staff Position?


A designer was upset that temp positions always ended after a few weeks, and she wanted to know if there was anything she could do to get hired by one of theses clients for a full time position.

The Designer’s Guide to Visual Punctuation


Punctuation is more than just periods and exclamation points. In terms of design, punctuation can be anything that causes a reader or user to stop or pause.

This Week in Design: Oct. 31, 2014


Ideas. They are everywhere. And sometimes can’t be found anywhere. This week in design, we hope to bring some ideas to you while thinking about this big, creative concept.

Do You Have a Design Checklist?


While every project is unique, every project also has a set of things and processes that are always part of your workflow.

Typographic Posters: 100 Stunning Examples


Typography is all about delivering art and information in a beautiful medium. Designing typographic posters is no easy task, and arranging and modifying each individual component is a skilled task.

This Week in Design: Oct. 24, 2014


Most weeks, we head into our “Week in Design” recap with a theme in mind. This week that theme is lacking, but hopefully this mix of resources about logos, type design, photography and even beer as a team motivational tool will inspire you.

Kinetic Typography: An Introductory Guide


Kinetic typography seems to be everywhere these days. From television commercials to website landing pages, movable type is a popular visual tool.

Freelancing 101: When to Say ‘No’


Sometimes, you will find that the best answer as a freelancer is “no.” It’s not always the easiest thing to say, but it is necessary at times.

This Week in Design: Oct. 17, 2014


This week I am thinking about flow. Design flow. Work flow. Creative flow. What makes it call come together?

Design Dilemma: Are Crowdsourcing Sites Really So Bad?


There’s no bigger hot button in the design industry than crowdsourcing. Sites like fiverr, eLance, 99designs, DesignContest, and oDesk promise digital client relationships while protecting the rights and payments of the “winners.” And therein lay the problem—these sites have winners and losers—mostly losers.

Readymag Can Help You Build a Portfolio Website


If you are anything like me, you are always looking for tools that make your work easier and faster. Readymag is a tool that allows you to create websites, specifically microsites, presentations, magazines and portfolios in a responsive digital format without coding.

This Week in Design: Oct. 10, 2014


We all like new things, right? This week Adobe released some major new tools and upgrades to its Creative Cloud suite.


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