Design Talks with Jeff Greenspan: From the World’s Most Exclusive Website to Anti-NSA Pranks

Design Talks with Jeff Greenspan: From the World’s Most Exclusive Website to Anti-NSA Pranks

Aug 3, 2015 / Interviews

Jeff Greenspan has gained professional fame by being Buzzfeed’s first Chief Creative Officer, a Creative Strategist at Facebook and a Creative Director at BBDO. Now he splits his time between helping brands connect with people and his own self-directed projects. These provocative projects have attracted extensive media coverage, the most recent being an illegally erected…

20 Amazing Websites of Latest Movies You’d Love

20 Amazing Websites of Latest Movies You’d Love

Aug 3, 2015 / Inspiration

Movies lovers are hardly satisfied with watching the movie. They know every detail regarding the film: the cast, names of actors, inspiration behind the story, some fresh news and more. Thanks to the era of web, you’re able to check the official site of almost every movie that was launched lately. All of them have…

20 Bold Free Fonts Perfect for Headlines

20 Bold Free Fonts Perfect for Headlines

Aug 2, 2015 / Freebies

While designing a landing page, poster, presentation or just an image for your blog, there are always certain things you need to highlight. In this case, a proper typeface could be really helpful. If you want to make an impact and get people’s attention, you need to use huge bold fonts. Even bold font may…

20 Creative Music Album Cover Designs to Inspire You

20 Creative Music Album Cover Designs to Inspire You

Aug 1, 2015 / Inspiration

Lately music album covers almost lose their importance as less and less people buy CDs, as they download and buy music online. However, even if you downloaded a song from the web, the album cover displays on your music player screen while playing a song. That’s great, as album cover can be really impressive and…

26 Free Animation Tutorials for Web Developers

26 Free Animation Tutorials for Web Developers

Jul 31, 2015 / Resources

The phrase “animation” extends far beyond the shenanigans of Bugs Bunny and Wile E. Coyote. Animation was originally used for cartoons and video production but over time has found its way onto the web.

30 Relevant Design Examples of Video Backgrounds

30 Relevant Design Examples of Video Backgrounds

Jul 30, 2015 / Business, Inspiration, Portfolio

It’s often the little details that really take a layout from good to amazing. Button styles and colors aren’t enough – you have to consider the value of icons, photos, and definitely videos. Background elements can add depth and layering to an otherwise simplistic design.

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Tips for Building Conference & Event Websites

Jul 29, 2015 / Business

It seems like every creative field has a slew of new conferences popping up every year. These are becoming more popular as both patrons and organizers are gaining valuable experience and meeting new people. Naturally the best way to organize a gathering is over the Internet so conference websites are rising in popularity.

Landing Page Design Trends for Apps & Desktop Programs

Landing Page Design Trends for Apps & Desktop Programs

Jul 28, 2015 / Trends

Websites for desktop programs and mobile apps serve one primary function: to increase downloads. These websites can also include information regarding program support and updates, but primarily developers want to increase retention rate among users.

The Benefits of SVG Images in Web Design

The Benefits of SVG Images in Web Design

Jul 27, 2015 / Tips

Retina screens and 1080p monitors are forcing the hand of modern web designers. Vector art has long been used for print work and logo design, but hasn’t always been accepted on the web. Now with so many tutorials and free tools like Inkscape it’s never been easier to learn vector design.

Custom Grid Design for Structured Website Mockups

Custom Grid Design for Structured Website Mockups

Jul 26, 2015 / Tips

The best print and digital designers are those who can master the use of grids. In many cases it’s possible to forego the grid, but you’ll generally create higher-quality work if you learn the rules of grid structure and composition.