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Web designers always have to keep in touch with the latest design trends. Nobody can afford to deliver outdated layouts. To make sure that you know which web design trends are relevant this year, we’ll provide you with an infographic. The graphic takes a step into the near future and explains which trends will be the most impactful this year. 1 – The Rise of Flat and Material Design Flat design is minimalistic and restricted to the basics. Its purpose is pure functionality, which doesn’t mean it can’t look nice. The opposite is the case, as a well-done flat design is visually appealing. However, the attributes that would create a 3D illusion are missing. Flat design is purely one-dimensional but works excellent nonetheless. Material design, on the other hand, takes it a step further by integrating realistic light, shadow, and motion effects. On top of that, it creates a slight 3D effect in some parts, especially in the navigation menu areas. Both design trends don’t originate from the desktop section, but from the mobile device sector, like smartphones and tablets. The minimalistic flat design, and the material design, known for its shadows, will be something that we will get […]
Most good website-building tools have the necessary features to enable a designer to create an excellent UI and/or UX. Yet, these terms are seldom mentioned in their promotions. UI and... The post Useful Tips and Tools for Better UX/UI Design appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
So far, Gutenberg has had a very mixed reception from the WordPress community and that reception has become increasingly negative since a hard deadline was set for the 5.0 release, even though many considered it to be incomplete. A hard release deadline in software is usually fine, but there is a glaring issue with this particular one: what will be the main editor for a platform that powers about 32% of the web isn't fully accessible.
You can’t avoid pretty plants and flowers when you think about spring. Spring is popularly known for the perfect weather for decorating your garden. And what's a super awesome succulent without the perfect planter? I can’t remember anyone who hate flowers. Not even one. Flowers are considered as refreshing splash of color, so why not use our creativity and a little imagination to give them a whole new look by arranging them in cool shapes and designs. Creative Spilled Flower Pots Garden Idea Here we are presenting you creative flower pots that look like spilled streams and mounds of liquid … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
A storefront sign is an essential marketing component for any retail store. It is an avenue for you to communicate and guide potential customers to your business. Most retail signs contain details such as the store’s name, the products or service offered, the operating hours, and even discounted deals. Still,
The internet is a wonderful place (mostly). An unprecedented revolution in communication, it continues to empower more people to publish and share their knowledge than any other phenomenon in history. It is a limitless playground of ideas and unbridled creativity. Or is it? In 2014, Elliot Jay Stocks declared that designers have stopped dreaming. That we've stopped being creative. That every site looks the same. A crazy notion, considering the magnitude of tools and resources we have at our disposal. But Elliot's been right before, and he's not alone either.The post Is The Internet Killing Creativity? appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Greensock made the GSAP Flip plugin free in the 3.9 release. FLIP is an animation concept that helps make super performance state-change animations. Ryan Mulligan has a good blog post: FLIP, coined by Paul Lewis, is an … GSAP Flip Plugin for Animation originally published on CSS-Tricks. You should get the newsletter.
This week's Designer News (N.346) includes Bootstrap Templates, PHP Libraries, Beautiful Typography, Sketch Tips, Free UI Kits, and much more. The post Weekly News for Designers (N.346) appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
In today's digital world, taking your store online opens up doors for possibilities to grow your business by reaching more customers. An eCommerce store represents... The post How To Optimise Your E-Commerce Store? appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
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