WordPress Plugins: Responsive Design

WordPress is arguably the most popular content management system in the world today, and it’s all thanks to its community of add on creators and users, who continue to think of new improvements to make for both creators and browsers. Tackling the problem of responsive designs goes hand in...

When are Infographics the Best Call?

Infographics are, by now, very popular. They’re well known because: They’re relatively easy to make. You don’t need complicated image editing software to create an infographic. In fact, there are sites online that will help you to generate them for free. If you’re familiar at all with PowerPoint, then...

When “Responsive” Means More

A responsive website has elements and managing properties that adjust it to fit onto different screens. Some responsive parameters can go so far as to include operating systems, browsers, and other qualities that a user may have that is unique to him or her. The idea is to create...

Two Ways to Get Mobile Friendly

The mobile market is one of the fastest growing groups of users in recent history, with some estimates putting them at nearly half of all internet traffic worldwide. Considering that the number of people online, as a whole, is somewhere around half of the global population, that’s a considerable...

The Balancing Act: Creators, Clients, and Users

When you take on a project, it isn’t always going to be something that you have complete control over. Nine times out of ten, when you’re working for pay, you’re doing what a client asks you to do. They may give you as much creative freedom as you want,...

How to Avoid Falling Behind in Design

It’s all too easy to become familiar, and even confident, in the current design trend environment, only to find that a few years down the road, you’re somehow “behind” everyone else. It happens all of the time, and it’s usually due to just not getting enough feedback from users,...

Getting to Know Microsoft Edge

When it first began production under the codename “Spartan,” Microsoft’s Edge browser was seemingly singular in its focus to return the company to a place of prominence in the web browser market. For a long time, Microsoft has been pushed out by its competitors, Mozilla and Apple, along with...

Design for the Social Crowd

Social media’s far beyond a consideration for most people. The public’s well aware of the power of sites like Facebook and Twitter, as is your average website designer or SEO consultant. One of the interesting things about social design and social friendly functions, however, is that many are actually...

Creating Landing Pages that Work

A key task for designers, both for images and for actual web design work, is creating marketing materials, and one such material is going to be a landing page. Landing pages are the first thing that a user sees when they click a link. Your users may be coming...

Could Vine Be the Future of Video Content?

Videos are a great way to improve your website’s ranking, get ideas out to consumers and visitors, and keep the people that visit your page entertained. They’re also something of a guarantee that for the one or two minute presentation that you’ve made available, you will be giving the...