E-commerce stores are rarely a thing of beauty and for good reason: user experience is far more important than cutting edge design when it comes to these kinds of sites. Online stores must be functional, accessible and user-friendly for everyone that visits them, which counts out wacky, experimental designs and layouts. This doesn’t mean that … Continue Reading
HTML5, the next major revision of HTML, the language of the internet, is set to revolutionize the way web developers and designers create websites and the way visitors use them. It’s being edited by Ian Hickson of Google and David Hyatt of Apple, two of the web’s greatest creative minds.
Images and photos are an integral part of almost every successful blog these days. If your text isn’t accompanied by images, few people are going to be interested in what you’ve got to say- it’s sad, but true. The problem is, with so many people uploading images to their blogs in interesting and unique ways, … Continue Reading
Navigation is one of those things you have to get right in order to provide your users with easy access to your website’s content. Today we’ll take a look at 30 well-designed navigation menus. Some of them use CSS sprites, some use jQuery or another library, and others take advantage of the great properties available in … Continue Reading
Typography is probably one the most important and powerful design element ever, so I created this WordPress theme with minimalism and typography in mind. Today, you will learn how to create this minimalist theme scratch including XHTML, CSS and WordPress. Please keep in mind that this theme doesn’t have all the bells and whistles you … Continue Reading