Unification of web design and originality

After browsing the Internet for a couple minutes, one almost always have to come up with conclusion that all of the websites are divided into just a few categories. These categories differ only in details such as size of individual elements like footer or sections, position of navigation, if they use ghost buttons or if… Continue reading Unification of web design and originality

Transitions and animations in web design

One of the trends proclaimed for this and next year are transitions and animations. You can already see many examples of websites using these new CSS3 modules. Some of these websites use them slightly while others more heavily. What remains the same among web designers is the philosophy behind the way of using them. This… Continue reading Transitions and animations in web design

Responsive testing fallacy

When you design a layout for website, one of the things you have to consider in-depth is testing it on various devices to see how the layout adapts to them. Your goal is to change the layout according to resolution in fluid way that will not disrupt user’s experience of browsing your website. To do… Continue reading Responsive testing fallacy

Jumping into web design

Studying design in school or learning everything by yourself in the evening? Web is more accessible then ever before and industry is welcoming new people, but this is only beginning. In next years it will only get better. So, what is the BIG thing you have to learn?

Buttons – When states are gone

It is more and more often when I visit some website and no matter how great or bad they look, one thing catches my attention almost immediately. States for buttons and links. Some of those websites does not use any styles or whatever to help user differentiate between default, hover and active state. If you… Continue reading Buttons – When states are gone