One of the things web designers often do is look at what’s already out there in order to gain inspiration and ideas.
Here, we have some blurred backgrounds for you to use in your personal and commercial projects.
A website can gain a lot from having a style guide that governs its visual identity. Applying these guidelines consistently helps develop the site’s brand.
We all know the giants like Behance, Deviant Art, and Awwwards as sites that display amazing work from talented creatives. However, at the start of this new year, we thought we’d share some of our newer favorite sites to get you creatively inspired!
With so many mobile devices, laptops and desktops in the market, it’s quite tough to craft device-specific CSS media queries.
2015 could be a pivotal year in the world of web design and the visual arts.
Typography has a long and rich history with roots spanning as far back as the dawn of civilization, but there are a few key historical events that’s handy to know in order to understand why modern typography is the way it is now.
Here’s a bunch of free landscape stock photos you can download and use for free.
Last year we created a list of simple 52 New Year’s resolutions. This year, we thought we’d give you something a bit more motivational to keep you going strong for the rest of 2015.
With references to Breaking Bad, Tetris, and beloved paintings like American Gothic, Adam Lister’s deconstructed watercolor style provides a unique take on the familiar icons and objects that surround us.
There are a handful of timeless typography principles. For instance, scale, proportion, rhythm and harmony are applicable to any design that relies on textual content to convey a message, whether it’s an iOS app or a printed newspaper.
Graphic designer Joe White, who hails from London and owns Ye Olde Studio, skillfully creates finely-detailed logos that have a vintage look-and-feel.