The 5 rules of design composition and layout
Everyone knows to get better at any art form, you have to first understand the particular tools and procedures that form it. Design is no different from playing an instrument or even a chef making a meal.Read more
How to Choose the Perfect Icons for Your Website
That the things we think do not matter in our design are, in fact, necessary for the smooth flow and exchange of information. One of these small things that are commonly taken for granted are icons. Icons can be considered as a worldwide-understood element of web design.Read more
The tools needed to be a logo designer
Want to design logos? If so, there’s are a number of tools you’ll need before you can get started.
Thankfully, almost every home has the tools already available, meaning you’ll be able to start designing logos right away without needing to spend a penny.Read more
What’s the purpose of logos and why do they matter?
But really… what is the purpose of a logo, and why do they matter? This is something graphic designers and business owners really need to understand before working on their brand identity.Read more
9 Ways for a Small Design Business to Differentiate Itself from Regional Competitors
Tired of blending in? When you’re a small design business in a crowded space, it’s vital to stand out from the crowd and get noticed. Whether it’s via search engine results or traditional printed advertising, attracting great clients is the name of the game.Read more
3 Essential Tips for Boosting the User Experience of Your WordPress Website
Powering a whopping 26% of the web and claiming responsibility for an unfathomable 1,808,219 posts per day, WordPress is one the most powerful digital entities in the world. Whether you’re a guerrilla journalist, a small business owner, the founder of a startup or a freelancer selling their services, WordPress offers a presentable, practical and user-friendly means of creating a website that’s both functional and looks good too.Read more
How the cloud affects web design
It seems like everywhere you turn these days, you hear the word “cloud.” People back up files on the cloud, businesses use cloud-based services, even some software is accessed on the cloud. The amount being spent on cloud computer infrastructure and platforms is predicted to grow 30% between 2013 and 2018.Read more