Sometimes it seems like there are more web building tools being released than people who work in web design. But every now and again, a new tool or platform pops up that creates true buzz, and gets designers excited again about the possibilities of creative tools on the web.
Probably the biggest issue we have in designing a website is the lack of compelling photography. Let’s be clear, the internet is a visual media, visitors judge with their eyes and will only digest the content if you make the whole experience a pleasurable one.
Over the past few years there has been a dynamic shift with regards to how software and user interfaces are designed. Trends in design that have been the most prominent include 3D and Skeumorphic to minimal and flat. What brought about this change? Mobile went simple.
In business, what factors foster creativity and engender success? Conversely, what factors stifle creativity and endanger success?
In today’s fast-paced mobile market, consumers have no patience for mobile apps that compromise their experience. “Crashes” and “Not working” are the most common feedback1 on Google Play for unstable or sluggish apps (including games).
Creativity is the result of how you think. Practicing the habits of creative thinking allows you to break the barrier of what’s achievable. Better freelancing skills, better clients, and the ability to get through tough situations are just a few of the things creative thinking brings.
Imagine if you designed your games to be interesting, rather than fun.
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In this article, we’re going to take a look at how to use Sass and Compass in our WordPress theme development process. We will structure our theme stylesheets in SMACSS fashion and will leverage the power of Compass to generate image sprites for both retina and non-retina devices.
Apple’s new iOS 8 software comes with a huge load of new features for iPhone users—some of which you could easily overlook. That’s because iOS 8 doesn’t push change in your face the way iOS 7 did when it launched a year ago.