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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.
We've seen the rise of responsive design - a technique focused on solving the constraints of small screens, before applying the resulting design patterns to ever more complex environments. Of late we've started to apply similar thinking to the world of branding.
As a company Clearleft has been fortunate to work with some of the world's best branding agencies. We've always been impressed with the quality of their work, except in one area: how the brand is reflected online.
reat website design is so much more than just delivering content and making it look good. When visitors come to your site, they produce a set of feelings about your website and your organization. The type of feelings they produce – positive or negative – are entirely in your hands and should not be overlooked when designing content.
Over the years, there has been a body of knowledge produced to help designers create effective visuals that play into the psychology of their viewers. In order to achieve this, one must understand how different design elements and how we use them affect the mood, attitude and experience the visitor will have while browsing our website.
Below are four major areas of website design and development that have the biggest impacts on the psychology of website visitors. These are the tools you’ll need to create a visually-engaging site that encourages visitors to return.
Selecting a color scheme for a website design project is not always easy. Sometimes the product or service will help to determine the base or main color or some designers select the color from logos, but in the modern web designs, designers always need inspiration.So here at CreativeCrunk we are always share some special designs for inspiration.
Today, Please check the list below for your Color Scheme selecting inspiration.Thanks
With the rise and rise of content marketing expected to reach new heights in 2015, marketers are more likely than ever to use WordPress as an integral content marketing tool this year. If you don’t believe me, then take a gander at some of these stats:
Content marketing is used regularly by 93% of marketers
57% of marketers cite content marketing as their number one priority
76% of B2B marketers blog regularly (a large percentage of which probably operate using WordPress)
Best of all, the price tag associated with content marketing is 62% less than traditional marketing tactics, and generates three times as many leads.
With this burgeoning use of WordPress for content marketing, it should come as no surprise that there is a whole gamut of plugins for successful content marketing to help your program run more smoothly and deliver greater return on investment.
Having mobile presence is no longer an added bonus for businesses; it’s a necessity. When taking a mobile-first approach, it’s important to remember that mobile and desktop are vastly different. Many elements get overlooked when making this transition, which can easily have a negative impact on your bottom line.
When visitors come at a website, they get appealed by the way it’s designed. An aesthetically beautiful website, conveying the real business message, is a success ingredient for the website owner. That’s why web designers are thought to lay the foundation for website building. They work on providing an enhanced look and feel to the site visitors or the business prospects.
Every year web design trends come and go, and it’s necessary for designers to keep up with them in order to stay up-to-date. Designers see each other’s work, browse likes and comments, and draw conclusions. Although minor trends pop up all the time, we’ll only talk about one of the major trends in this article: single page design.
With nearly 300 million users, Twitter is one of the most effective means of getting your message to your target audience. With a mind-boggling amount of tweets circulating on a daily basis, your challenge is to make your message stand out and get noticed. You also have to maximize the 140-character limit allotted per tweet.
Unfortunately, not all people have a natural talent for storytelling and writing good tweets. If you’re using your Twitter for social media marketing purposes, you have to learn how to write effective and concise content or else you’re in for costly mistakes that will leave your tweets ignored.
Today we are going to review tech style website designs that are inspired by sci-fi movies, neurobotic artworks, artificial and intelligent worlds of tomorrow, space arcades, cosmic landscapes and other fantastic stuff.
Unfortunately such prodigious designs quite rarely occur in our time. There are a couple of reasons: first of all, professionals prefer to follow current trends and as you already know - now is the era of flat design and rejection of anything skeuomorphic or surreal, and secondly, such a unique and unbelievable theme can’t be easily adapted to every project due to its strong distinctive techno vibe.
Nowadays, so many companies use online stores in order to make more money. The truth is that this is a perfect option that is available for so many companies that need to increase profits, with a store that is open at any moment of night and day. At the same time, your company can reach global markets without call centers and mailing.
We’re back with another huge collection of free resources to fill up your designer’s toolbox. This month’s collection includes icons, mockups, templates, plugins and tons more.
Take a browse through, see what’s available, and download what you like. Let’s get 2015 off to an awesome start…
According to Wikipedia, a UI style guide is a ‘set of standards for the writing and design of documents’ and that it ‘ensures consistency and enforces best practice in usage.’ All very true. But what it neglects to mention is how inspiring UI style guides can be just to look at and get lost in.
In much the same way as we found wireframe sketching and brand identities incredibly inspirational, web UI style guides have the same effect.
Database is nothing but a similar tabular form of storing data just like the spreadsheets. It contains columns and rows where the columns are composed of attributes and the rows are built by the records.
For example, if you are creating a database of names and phone numbers of your clients, you need the column names such as FirstName, LastName, and PhoneNumber. Then, the rows can be added under the columns as required according to the number of clients. The database can retrieve and update your data as and when required. It can carry out different complex calculations and cross check the records within various tables.
A few years ago pastel color schemes were seriously trending in web design, but the trend has fallen out of favor somewhat in recent years. The style of design that has retained pastel colors is illustrative, and illustrations are commonly used in infographic-style websites.
This round up includes a few such sites, but we have also sourced some other styles of design that are currently bucking the trend and using pastel colors.