Creating wireframes of your designs is similar to producing a blueprint before you construct a skyscraper — it helps you develop and fine-tune the vital structural components before it’s too late in the construction process.
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?
Wouldn’t it be nice to know just how much time you spend designing awesome things in Photoshop, as well as other Adobe software like Illustrator and InDesign?
So you’ve just decided that you’d like to start selling your artwork. Good for you! Now the only problem you have is how to actually get started. Thankfully, there are some great options for you to consider.
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Do you need to learn how to build responsive websites? Investing some time reading a well-written book will help you get the job done efficiently.
Feeling blue? Here’s a collection of great blue sites to look at for inspiration.
Do you enjoy designing site mockups, but don’t have the time or desire to code them into functional HTML templates?
Today we have some very colorful and interesting watercolor textures. We hope you enjoy these textures and find them useful in your personal and commercial projects. These textures are huge at 2500px wide with a very high resolution.
It’s been said that the best camera in the world is the one you always have with you. For many of us, that camera is in our smartphones. And with a plethora of apps available, it’s now easier than ever to get creative with our devices.
Using line icons is a great option if you’re trying to achieve a simple, minimalist aesthetic.
Have you ever wondered how industry-leading professionals do their work?