When it comes to web design, my experience demonstrates to me that it’s easier to add to a design rather than to take away from it. The challenge with minimalist layouts lies in the conundrum of making something beautiful with basic design elements —and with as few of them as possible.
Lately, I’ve been attracted to simple and clean designs. Design Instruct is a testament to my affinity towards creating designs that present the idea of "less is more." Read more..
The web developer community goes bonkers on anything that Google does. So when Google launched Chrome browser, everyone started switching to it. Chrome is a great browser, but, developers had to go back to good old Firefox when it came to their day-to-day work. Why? Because Chrome did not have plugins that they need while developing and designing websites and applications. Read more..
Design is everywhere. We see it in on billboards as we drive down the street. When we go to a restaurant and look at the menus, we see it. When we sit down on our couch and watch television, it’s visible on the commercials, advertisements, and even the movies and TV shows. It is all around us and it stimulates and motivates much of our decisions subconsciously every day. The encyclopedia refers to graphic design as.. Read more..
If there’s anything web designers learned from the past year, it’s that mobile web usage will continue to soar.
Thanks to smartphones and social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook that promote on-the-go interaction with web applications, the amount of people using mobile devices to access the web has grown exponentially. Read more..
Last year, more than 63 million people in the United States accessed the Internet from a mobile device. It’s forecast that by 2013 there will be more than 1.7 billion mobile Internet users worldwide. With those kinds of numbers, it’s imperative that web designers and developers learn optimal development and design practices for mobile devices. Read more..