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20 Awe-Inspiring Websites with Workspaces in the Background

20 Awe-Inspiring Websites with Workspaces in the Background

By / Jun 18, 2014 / Inspiration

Designers, engineers, architects, and  other creatives spend most of the day in front of their computers. This is where all the work gets done, social relationships are made, and emails get taken care of. In fact, laptops and computers have become a staple of modern lifestyle, and people use even more devices to make their…

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30 Tasty Food Mobile App Designs for Foodies

30 Tasty Food Mobile App Designs for Foodies

By / Jun 16, 2014 / Inspiration

With rapidly growing mobile technologies, we’re able to browse the web and do a lot more operations with smartphones which earlier were available only on laptop. Checking your analytics would show that more than 20% of users come to your site from mobile devices of different kinds, and this number is increasing day by day….

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A Serious Look At Card Based Design

A Serious Look At Card Based Design

By / Jun 12, 2014 / Trends

Cards. You may be unfamiliar with the term, but you’re no doubt familiar with the concept. Cards are ubiquitous in web design these days, and the trend seems to be catching on. In fact, the revered web trinity of Google, Twitter, and Facebook are all doing it, so it must be worth at least a…

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30 Awesome Capital Fonts Free to Download

30 Awesome Capital Fonts Free to Download

By / Jun 9, 2014 / Freebies

There are so many fonts out there around the web that sometimes it’s quite challenging to choose the one that would fit your design properly. Today I’d like to bring to your attention a collection of 30 really awesome capital free fonts free to download.

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How to Easily Use Google Fonts in WordPress

How to Easily Use Google Fonts in WordPress

By / Jun 5, 2014 / Tutorials

The CSS3 @font-face rule and services like Google Fonts have really opened up the doors for people to be more creative with web typography. Google Fonts has over 630 fonts available to choose from, and in this article, I’m going to show you an extremely easy way to use them in your WordPress site –…

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20 Creative Web Designers Worth Following on Google Plus

20 Creative Web Designers Worth Following on Google Plus

By / Jun 3, 2014 / Inspiration

It’s been a while since Google Plus has changed its design, but I have to say that it’s a rapidly growing social community worth your attention, no matter what  field you are in. Google has to compete against fully established networks such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, and as of now, they seem up to…

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You’re Not Emotional: Emotions and Web Design

You’re Not Emotional: Emotions and Web Design

By / Jun 2, 2014 / Trends

How does this website make you feel? On the surface, it may seem that reading an article on a website is an emotionless experience, but science tells us that we use emotions to inform our understanding. So, yes, you are experiencing an emotion right now, but what could it be? Let’s come back to that…

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7 Free Fonts Perfect for Minimalistic Design

7 Free Fonts Perfect for Minimalistic Design

By / May 28, 2014 / Freebies

Long gone are the days of busy, over cluttered designs. Now it’s all about minimalism, which puts more emphasis on typography. That’s why it’s important to be using the right fonts. Below you’ll find 7 free fonts that that should work well in your minimalistic designs

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20 Creative Websites Featuring Square Elements

20 Creative Websites Featuring Square Elements

By / May 27, 2014 / Inspiration

There are so many ways to present website content to the public. Let’s take a closer look at websites that feature square and rectangular elements. As a rule, square blocks are used in portfolio and e-commerce websites as it’s one of the best way to organize and showcase a big number of works, such as…

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How to Add a Color Tinted Full Width Google Map in WordPress

How to Add a Color Tinted Full Width Google Map in WordPress

By / May 21, 2014 / Tutorials

A Google Map is a great feature to include on a “Contact” or “About” page. It adds a layer of interactivity and allows your visitors to quickly see where you or your business is located. However, if you really want your design to standout, simply embedding a standard Google Map won’t cut it.