Good usability tests result in delightful designs and user experiences. But they can be intimidating to get started with if you haven’t done one before.
One of the things web designers often do is look at what’s already out there in order to gain inspiration and ideas.
With so many mobile devices, laptops and desktops in the market, it’s quite tough to craft device-specific CSS media queries.
A portfolio is one of the best ways to showcase your skills and connect with potential clients. For those of you looking for your next portfolio theme, here are some of the best we’ve been able to find. Best of all, they’re free.
If you’re a web designer who loves designing on a grid, then you’re going to love this new open source project by dnomak.
One of the most game-changing aspects of CSS3 is the ability to animate HTML elements. And, with the way things are looking right now, motion design is something all designers will need to learn.
A popular navigation design pattern we’re now seeing more and more of is the off-canvas menu.
Wireframing is a critical part of designing effective user interfaces for sophisticated projects like web apps, mobile apps, content management systems, etc.
Testing to see how your design renders in mobile phones, tablets, laptops, desktops, and other types of Internet-capable devices is essential because nowadays there’s an innumerable number of ways people look at our designs.
One could argue that 2013 was the year when Responsive Web Design really came into its own. It was, and continues to be, a paradigm-shifting movement that has had a profound impact on how we consume and construct the web today. So then, what will 2014 bring?