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How To use Large Hero Images in Web Design

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With the increasing size of bandwidth caps there is an ability for designers to utilize much larger assets for website layouts. The SVG image format is one such example that has also pushed for browser support. But another common feature is the use of large background images for website headers & landing pages. Often referred […]

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When you think of creativity it can be expressed in many ways. Ideally a creative idea should exist in some capacity before the creator visits reality town and starts break dancing into his concept in the middle of Main Street. Ideas seem to come sporadically and while they are often created out of nothing, you […]

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Whether you design on paper, in graphics software, or in a web browser, typography is something that you’ll have to consider. No website or poster would be complete without some bits of text on the page. But text alone is not good enough – the symmetrical design and structure of text on a page is […]

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Almost every website design should include some link out to social media account(s). Nowadays almost everyone has an account on a social network, often many networks, and it is crucial to a website’s success that people can find you on such networks. One of the simplest methods would be linking to individual profiles with a […]

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Modern design trends have pushed the Internet industry further into new territory. Just 10 years ago it would have been inconceivable to display vector images right in a web browser. Now the idea has been slowly adapted and rolled out into many browser specifications. Illustrator is the most popular vector program but other solutions do […]

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I’ve learned a lot about digital design by reading what other talented creative people have posted online. Interviews are just another way to understand the journey of being a designer and how you can achieve a level of success with hard work and perseverance. Solid advice can even help you avoid some nasty pitfalls, too. […]

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