Mascots: Where Are They Heading?

Many companies use a virtual mascot or avatar to represent their product or service on the Web. At first glance it seems so simple, just follow the well-known guidelines and voilà, you have a cool mascot that keeps people engaged with your site. But is it really that easy? After doing some research I ended … Continue Reading

A Brief Overview of Responsive Design

The ever-changing landscape of the web and the technologies that access it demand for shifts in how we view websites. Most recently a trend called ‘Responsive Design’ has emerged, which allow for users viewing websites on mobile devices to access them in a user-friendly manner. Accommodating these users is something everyone should take into account … Continue Reading

How to Author a Super Accessible Website

Helen Keller, the deaf-blind and renowned American author and lecturer, who became world-famous for her passion towards preaching the importance of living a good life, conveyed an important message to the world through her life by overcoming the odds of sight and hearing deprivation. Hers was truly an outstanding case of determination and confidence. There are … Continue Reading

CSS Tricks for Smart Quotes and Tooltips

The CSS content property is a powerful way to add content to some elements via CSS. It is good because it allows you to add “formatting content”, that is things that you need in your presentation but isn’t the content itself, like quotes, icons (when you have text along with them), titles (not the text … Continue Reading

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