Overview of Breakpoints in Responsive Web Design

Last time, we went over media queries. This is an important aspect to know of Responsive Web Design (RWD from now on) because it is this CSS declaration that allows for the different layouts to appear at different screen sizes. Hmm, now what about different screen sizes? To make it easy to understand, lets look … Continue Reading

45 Free and Fresh Web User Interface PSDs

Finding free user interface elements and wireframes is just like finding treasure for designers. This is because resources like these can significantly help designers in their work and help them complete their job easily and more quickly. Basic web UI elements and wireframes are used to create a prototype of the user interface which will … Continue Reading

How to Build a Killer User Experience Team

We are in an era where the term ‘User Experience’ is still evolving and enterprises are still figuring out how to fit this piece of the puzzle into their organization’s structure. The field is new and filled with lots of uncertainties for the decision makers of an organization, but it is definitely promising and filled … Continue Reading

How Colors Help Make Websites Successful

You might not realize how important colours are in web design. If a website is green, it might as well be blue; it doesn’t matter. And while I thought this myself for a long time, I recently came to the conclusion that the color is actually going to make a huge difference and express something … Continue Reading

Is Responsive Web Design the Right Path to Minimalism?

It is necessary to first point out that by NO MEANS is minimalism a trend! In actuality, it is a design style that emerges to prominent use in accordance when society’s common desire shifts towards excessive wants. If that is the case, what could this guy be talking about? Well, in recent years the web community has been strongly … Continue Reading

A Handy Guide to Proper Web Typography for a Successful Design

Basically, typography is the art and technique of arranging typefaces for communication purposes. In other words, typography is a simple arrangement in order to transmit a message, while good typography is the attention to visual accuracy and details, even the small ones. Typography started when writing appeared. The most simple arrangement of letters was also … Continue Reading