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The rise and fall of technology trends can have a direct influence on businesses, but some changes tend to directly effect the way business websites should be designed and operated. One such trend is the ever-increasing size of mobile phones. The move from small screens to large phablets means that as a web developer you need to adjust your sites to fit these different-sized devices and your customers’s needs to boost your business.
Conceptualization plays a crucial role in any design process. Designers use a variety of mediums to convey their idea, example, story boards, mind maps, wireframes etc. For a UX Designer, wireframes are the backbone of their product. Not only does it help the designer to foresee the layout of the product, but it can also be used as a medium to convey the basic idea to the client.
There are many wireframing tools available on the web. Here is a list of 25 fantastic yet free wireframing tools that would give more efficiency to your design conceptualization process.
Does immediately captivating your website visitors’ attention interest you? If you answered ‘yes,’ one of the most effective methods to do so is to use fullscreen website backgrounds. The fullscreen background has a strong visual impact that sets the tone for the user experience already when the site is loading. This is why so many beautiful websites go for the fullscreen look.
But in order to reach the right effect with a fullscreen background, you’ll need to do more than just upload a nice photo. In fact, if you don’t pay attention to a few important guidelines, your fullscreen background may end up causing you some full-blown trouble.
“Keep Calm and … Design” is one of many variations of the original slogan “Keep Calm and Carry On,” a motto dating to 1939. Recent it has become quite popular around the globe again but also stimulates the creative crowd of Albion to come up with some of the best United Kingdom website designs.
The catchphrase is a perfect example of a close and harmonious interaction between old and new (classic and modernity), the idiosyncrasy that is inherent to the art legacy of England. It is not the only the unique symbiosis that shapes the minds of creatives; another tight union is a mutual cooperation of English, Welsh, Scottish and Irish art.
Web design is a constantly evolving space. New trends keep on knocking while old practices keep tumbling and toppling over. With every New Year we have a round of predictions and promises, and 2015 is no different. If you are a web developer, it’s for your own good to keep a tab on these changes and stay up-to-date.
A common issue today in website development and implementation is that one company sees another company do something they like and they declare it "GOOD!" Then that company copies the first company’s website and then other companies declare it "GOOD!" and copy that company and so on and so forth until soon we have a plethora of badly designed, coded, and/or implemented sites that are a poor experience for users and an even poorer one for SEO valuations. These site issues generally fall into about five specific categories.
So what are the most misunderstood site design and layout techniques that could be killing your website, or at least, your business in terms of traffic and site position?
As the world goes online, the need of smart website keeps evolving. Websites designed in the initial period followed different design patterns than what we see today. Flat designs for website creation have been in existence since the early age of site design. These websites in their primitive design form looked similar in structure with little differentiation. As a natural progression, the designs kept on improving to keep the audience excited and engaged. The modern sites with flashy designs embarked the new trends of website designs with superior technology and scripts leading to the fall of the old age flat designs.
If you are a web designer or a graphic designer You probably use lot of images in your design? Yes, I am right. High quality images are must required for an attractive design. Buying images for all of our designs is impossible for us. So most of designers trying to find free images and always waste there time for this job.
So today again here at CreativeCrunk I am going to share with you some great websites for Free Images Resources, Most of these website provide You free images with “Do whatever you want” license. Hope you will find this list of websites very useful.
Best responsive design HTML5 & CSS3 website templates come up with cross browser compatibility, responsive design and SEO optimized page layouts. All HTML5 templates available in boxed and wide screen layouts with %100 fully responsive theme.
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The high and continually rising use of mobile devices to connect to the internet is definitely the main driving force behind current trends, and will continue to be. So in this article we are taking a look at 12 current trends that we consider have enough staying power to make it through not only the rest of this year, but 2015 also.
Joe Putnam is a growth marketer at iSpionage and previously helped companies like Rejoiner, SlideShare, KISSmetrics, and Crazy Egg with their content marketing. He’s been doing internet marketing for 5 years now and dabbles in everything from content production to conversion rate optimization and PPC marketing.
Is your website ready for 2015? Here are 5 of the new trends to look out for in the coming year. From Mobile Focus, Interactive, Flat, Simple, and Single Page Designs – stay ahead of the curve and get on trend for the New Year. Our easy to follow visual guide will show you the way.