Category: Trends

Kickstarter

Amazing Kickstarter Projects with an Amazing Design

Today we are going to talk about Kickstarter projects with an amazign design that are useful and unique!   During our search for innovative projects on Kickstarter.com we stumbled upon some really cool products that would make your life easier. Kickstarter has been promoting ingenious ideas for over 9 years now, and has funded over 145,000…

Best Fashion Apps for Men

In this glorious/terrifying digital age we live in, there truly is an app for everything. We’re talking ordering pizza, operating a drone, learning a new language, even checking out what it would look like if we were to merge faces with Danny Trejo (pretty unsettling, FYI). There are literally millions of downloadables floating around, a…

A Few Things Web Designers Can Learn From Hillary Clinton

The US presidential election is right around the corner. While some candidates are leveraging their eccentric personality and their bold attitudes to gain followers, and yes, I’m talking to you Mr. Trump, some of them invest massively in their online presence.

Responsive vs. Adaptive, What’s Best for Designers?

Mobile devices can not be ignored. People are using them to visit websites instead of their desktop computers. If your site isn’t easy to view on a mobile device, you are decreasing your chances to get more visitors and increase usage of your site. What’s the difference? Responsive is fluid and adapts to the size…

The Different Styles of Card Design Layout

As I’ve mentioned before, Card Design is taking over! What makes it even more refreshing is the different takes you can use to achieve the card style and how adaptable it has become. From tiles, stack, to layers, here are four examples of different ways to use card design in a layout from Eyal Zuri…

Designing Interfaces with a Focus on Animation

There are so many different topics to cover under the umbrella term of interface design. Both web and mobile designers are professionals at balancing between aesthetics vs interactions. One balancing tool in this arsenal is motion. When elements move and react naturally to user input, it gives the interface a sense of life.

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