Support pages are a commonly accepted trait amongst webmasters. Once your website grows to support a large enough userbase, you simply have to offer some type of knowledge base. My personal favorite is the FAQ page for Frequently Asked Questions. Related: FAQ Pages: The Benefits Of Crafting a Help Page You’ll run into all kinds of […]
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.
American historical websites are not that many, to be honest. We have just recently celebrated America’s independence day and it is so inspiring to see nationalism and patriotism all around us. If you are tasked to design one, there would seem to be no standard and the entire page is simply your canvass. There are […]
Web design projects for restaurants can be a heavy challenge. You need to think in terms of usability for people who are looking for information like directions, operational hours, and menu items. These designs are often more classy but can vary based on the restaurant’s theme.
Emoticons have a long history on the world wide web. They got started back in the day of chatrooms and AOL Instant Messenger but have since grown to all chat programs. Even smartphones have them in the form of emojis. The purpose of an emoticon is to display an emotion or facial expression using a […]
Summer is one of the most refreshing and relaxing seasons of the year. It gives off a happy and playful vibe that could be difficult to reflect in web design. But this does not mean that it cannot be done! In these dog days of summer, designers are pulling out all the stops to grab […]
Studying the cultural trends in other countries helps to bridge the gap between common notions of UI/UX in web design. A great example would be this piece showcasing beautiful Japanese websites. It can be useful to draw inspiration specifically from non-English speaking countries, which often have different means of publishing content online.