Oh, Comic Sans, the font we all love to hate. When used for its intended purpose – comics – it’s actually not all that bad. However, there are plenty of comic fonts available that are much more stylish and less taboo than Comic Sans.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. True or not, images are an important part of any website we create. Since it is so easy to embed an image in a website (even the process of creating your own images is very easy), most websites are filled with them. There are some very good examples out there on how to deal with images in a website from different points of view, but most of the websites do not showcase positive examples. And while this is not entirely dangerous for a design, it might decrease your chances to sell, in case you have a call-to-action page, or the chances to create good reading flow. It is more a matter of details than a matter of important principles, but dealing with images should be something designers understand and apply better.
Here is another guest post, this time from Stu Greenham, a web designer / developer from Hull, United Kingdom and creator of the upcoming design and development blog DesignWoop.com. You can also follow Stu on Twitter - @stugreenham.
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