Free tools and websites are available on the internet to measure site speed scores. Although site speed scores are not necessarily a requirement for SEO, we all know that site performance directly affects user experience. And, user experience can dictate potential organic traffic coming into a website. One good thing to do is to get […]
When and where should we add gestures and interactions to a website? We all have to remember that more than half of web traffic in the world uses mobile devices. This includes cellphones, tablets, and other touch devices. What does this mean for you as a web designer? Simple – always design your website to […]
Moleskine notebooks are typically bound in coated paper cardboard with an elastic band to hold the notebook closed. They include a sewn spine that allows it to lie flat when opened, cream-colored paper, rounded corners, a ribbon bookmark, and an expandable pocket inside the rear cover. So today we’ve collected 55 remarkable Moleskines. Enjoy!
Fun alternatives to loader spinners are available online. Web designers have the option to create one themselves or use available resources on the internet. As a web designer, there is nothing wrong with using conventional and basic progress indicators. However, it is always enjoyable to spice things up and look for fun alternatives. Why is […]
With the steady rise of Mixed Martial Arts in the mainstream and the new followers of the sport, you would think that the marketing teams for the fighters would know that their target demographic spend hours every day online and would probably be their biggest promoters. But judging by the style of the following 25 websites from 25 of MMA’s top fighters, I am assuming they didn’t get that memo.
How can we optimize fonts for faster loading times? We all know that web performance significantly affects the internet traffic of a website. But every web designer knows that small elements, like fonts, have a direct effect on site speed and performance. So this means, intelligently selecting and optimizing fonts is a web designer’s priority. […]
Church websites tend to do one thing very well – they target their marketing audience beautifully with their website designs. They know that for youth group websites, the kids tend to flock to something that is semi-grungy more than something with a bunch of middle-aged photos tossed around on it. They hit the nail on […]
If you’re a web designer, you know that being able to store and access files that relate to your design ideas is critical. After all, a design can take a fair amount of time to perfect. You don’t want to waste any of that time by laboring on an idea that gets lost because it […]
Progress indicators, or also known as progress bars, are normally added to a website or a page to show the status of ‘ongoing processes’. Progress bar UI designs and their uses can be best illustrated via examples and this post will show you exactly that. Now, depending on a website, the processes shown by the […]