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?
Flat design has made its way to the mainstream. With big companies like Google flattening the UIs of their software, and major redesigns of operating systems by Apple and Microsoft, flat design looks like it’s here to stay.
A reductive approach to your web design can do wonders for your site’s conversion rates. Here are a few proven ways to simplify a web design in order to improve its conversion rate performance, as well as its usability.
In this tutorial, I’ll show you a way of adding iO7-inspired switches to ordinary web forms.
Creating sites destined for success is tough. It requires a lot of planning, testing, and data analysis. So I asked a person who’s a veteran in the subject — Paras Chopra, the founder of Visual Website Optimizer — for his tips on how to improve a website’s conversion rate.
Photos are extremely expressive and can evoke pleasant emotions. Is this why we’re seeing landscape visual imagery being used in web designs?
These gallery sites will show you plenty of great responsive web design examples. They will be useful when you’re in need of design inspiration.
By now, you’ve probably seen the navicon — an icon with three stacked lines representing a navigation drawer menu that can be shown or hidden.
For web professionals, having a portfolio website is crucial because it’s one of the key ways of attracting new projects and clients. In this guide, I’ll walk you through the different parts of a portfolio website.
The Web often surprises us with beautiful and useful free stuff. In the last 2 months, I took on the task of compiling the newest free, high-quality web and UI design resources I could find that feature the latest design trends (flat UI, long shadows, iOS 7, minimalism, etc.). I would like to share my discoveries with you.