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Your first thoughts of what an online store should look like quite naturally might be along the lines of something unique and highly innovative, i.e., a store, the likes of which its visitors have never seen before. Innovation has its place in many types of website design, but that is not necessary the truth in…Continue Reading “The 7 Top eCommerce Themes You Need for Building Your Store”

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You’ve probably noticed that all across the Internet—at least the parts that matter—websites are getting more and more similar to one another, so much so that it sometimes can be difficult to keep track of which site you’re looking at. In some ways, this homogenization of the web has been a good thing for users…Continue Reading “From Print to Web: A Step-By-Step Tutorial”

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Here at Inspired Mag, we are huge lovers of the products listed and shared on TheHungryJPEG.com. Especially the monthly bundles, which include a wide range of fonts and graphics each month for a price of just $29. This is around 96% OFF Regular Retail Price. This particular pack includes 65 Fonts and 13 graphics packs,…Continue Reading “78 Fantastic Fonts and Graphic Elements for 97% Off!”

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Food label design can be incredibly labour intensive, as I’m sure you’re already aware if you’ve been given the task of designing a food product label from start-to-finish. It’s almost certainly one of the most challenging projects a graphic designer can be involved in, as there are just so many variables that contribute towards the…Continue Reading “Designing the Perfect Food Label: A Visual Guide”

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Website design is supposed to be simple, and technology is supposed to make everything easier than it already is, so why is it that over the years designing and building a website has actually become a more challenging task? It’s mostly because of divergent technologies not evolving at the same pace.  At one point, desktop…Continue Reading “These Simple Changes Could Save Your Site”

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Here’s a fact:  People really shouldn’t be using phones to access websites, except in the most dire circumstances.  Here’s another fact: They unfortunately do, because phone manufacturers have given them the ability to do it. Now because of these two conflicting facts, you have a problem.  Because mobile users can connect to your website and…Continue Reading “Planning for Better Responsive Design”