People –designer’s in particular– are passionate about fonts. Everyone has their favorites, yet everyone’s list of go-to typefaces seems to be just a bit different. Despite these slight variances of opinion, we should all agree to run far, far away from the following fonts when working with anything resembling web design. 1. Comic Sans
Web development and graphic design are surely areas of expertise that have become very popular nowadays. Due to this popularity, there are a lot of tools and resources available for web development and design professionals.
2015 has just started and we all are looking for ways to improve our work. How can we do that ? The easiest way is to start using the best solutions on the market. Here is the showcase of the best tools and services.
In 1996 Bill Gates wrote an essay entitled Content Is King. He made a lot of fine points in said essay, but the gist of it is as follows:
Now at the beginning of the year, we announced Ghost Buttons as being the first potential web design trend in 2015. Now, 3 months have passed and it’s about time to tell you guys about another one: big background images. Yes, technically, big background images aren’t all that new, we all know they’ve seen their