The blogging scene has blown up in just a short 20ish-year span of time. It’s now more common that practically everybody has his or her own personal and company blog. Some of these big names make it to the top and garner dramatic traction in the field.
I’m sure most web developers have worked with newsletters and other HTML email templates in the past. These are very common and useful for strategic marketing. But how do you go about designing a solid form field used for capturing new e-mail addresses? I want to offer this collection of 35 website and mobile interfaces […]
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.
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 […]
How many web designers can say that there are too many places to draw inspiration from? Exactly. None. Inspiration is welcomed from high and low, far and wide. Sure, there are CSS galleries you can check out or even other designers’ portfolios on Twitter or other social media websites, but what about DeviantArt?
Website blogs and magazine layouts are very popular amongst CMS users. WordPress in particular has drawn a niche for building magazines online. This is a key tipping point for publishers who may be interested in launching their own magazine, but without the overhead costs of publishing and distribution.
If there’s one area of web design that could use a few exemplary models, it would be worldwide government websites. Most countries and cities around the world launch websites that are difficult to use or just plain ugly (or both!). These projects do not always garner necessary attention because of budget constraints and micro-managing creative […]
Digital entertainment is a vast industry that has flourished over the past century. Movie and television studies have proliferated and grown into numerous media conglomerates. Nowadays, it’s common that most great movies will get their own custom website. However, there are also websites created for major network television stations.
Modern education has become much more advanced with a larger Internet presence than ever before. Colleges and universities basically need a website to promote tuition fees, academics, campus life, and plenty of similar resources. But unfortunately, not every college website has been designed with elegance or grace.