When designing a website, the user experience is extremely important. It doesn’t matter if it has a great look, if the site is not friendly and easy to use then you will find yourself in a pretty bad position.
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Advertising and branding has come a long way since the early days but the reality is that nowadays I feel that the quality has decreased a lot. I feel that in its inception, advertising was if not more honest, then more interesting.
Link: https://medium.com/design-ux/25545f6cb161 I’m not a designer but I use the tools of designers a lot. I spend a lot of my time in Photoshop exporting assets for projects and on top of that paying what feels like an unfair price to do it.
Creating a user interface is one of the hardest task that a designer could ever do because the level of creativity is only equalized by the sheer amount of usability and user experience research and testing.
A whimsical serif by FontFont, a Dutch inspired family from Bold Monday, a scribble inspired face by Letters From Sweden, a rounded sans from 205, a contemporary display by Alex Trochut, a mellow sans by S-Core, playful icons from Symbolset, and an...
Special Thanks to Studio Apeloig and Thames & Hudson for the information and high res book/ project images Les Arts Décoratifs is showing the first major retrospective of the graphic designer Philippe Apeloig, spanning a 30-year international...
The favicon of your site is one of the first things your visitors see. Does it work on iPhone, iPad or Android devices?
RealFaviconGenerator is an online tool to generate all favicon files and HTML code. In addition, it also helps you enforce the guidelines of the various platforms. For example, it lets you add an opaque background to your original picture to follow Apple requirements for iOS (Apple doesn't like transparent icons).
–Book Review: Helvetica and the New York City Subway System: The True (Maybe) Story Publisher: (Limited edition) Blue Pencil Editions (2008), MIT Press, Hardback Author: Paul Shaw Design: Paul Shaw and Abby Goldstein Reviewed by: Alex Cameron It is...
Check out Sawdust’s stunning typographic numeral designs for Shanghai Jiao Tong — Thanks to Rob Gonzalez | Sawdust for the images & info Numeral information: The numbers were developed as part of the Shanghai Jiao Tong Top 200 Research...
A brush script from Sudtipos, a unicase face by Latinotype, a graceful script via Fairgoods, an optimized serif from Nootype, a plump display by Fontyou, a functional sans from The Northern Block, a strong family by Colophon, a modern rounded sans...
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