20 Most Inspiring Interview Statements

In one of my latest posts – 9 Tips on How To Improve Yourself as a Web Designer, I made a quick reference to the fact that reading interviews is as important as reading magazines and books. That’s because in interviews you get straight and direct answers from the best in the field. For the purpose … Continue Reading

Traits Every Small Business Website Should Have

There is always vast room for improvement with any website, and small business websites are no exception. With the phone book a communication tool of the past, establishing a solid online presence is at the forefront of a lot of small businesses. If you’re a small business owner, your website is a pivotal part of … Continue Reading

Bridging the Designer-Developer Gap

How are ‘Right brainers’ different from ‘Left Brainers’? Well, this is not a zoology question being thrown at you. If you are working on a team dealing with websites / apps, and if there is a design team working with a team of developers, you probably would be witnessing the answer to this question every … Continue Reading

20 Reasons Why Your Website Design Sucks Part 2

In 20 Reasons Why Your Website Design Sucks part 1, I’ve started with a short introduction about why clients should be just clients, and why some self-proclaimed web designers shouldn’t be “designing” at all. We then explored important concepts which you need to know before you start designing and planning a website. A thorough knowledge of … Continue Reading

Stay organized, Stay ahead

Stay Organized and Stay Ahead of Your Competition

The web is a super highway of information! With the phenomenal growth of the network, and the advancement of technologies, the growing number of netizens are left with a bombardment of choices online, be it spending time on their favorite social networking site, browsing through the ocean of links, or be it just idling around, between … Continue Reading

A Simple Guide to Improving Web Typography

With the advent of much improved browsers, text rendering and high-resolution screens, technology is no longer an excuse for poor typography. In many ways typography can be elegant and an expression of the designer’s ideas when chosen wisely. Today I will not only present you with guidelines to consider in mastering typography for the web, … Continue Reading

Why the Starving Artist No Longer Exists

Every artist knows that the path to success is largely rocky and unpaved; filled with obstacles and challenges along the way. If you are a struggling artist, you may have felt abandoned by your family and friends occasionally. You might have been discouraged by others who called you foolish or immature. You might have been … Continue Reading