If you’re looking around for some quality graphic design stuff, you couldn’t have landed in a better place, in this monthly round-up you’ll find the freshest and nicest resources across the web lately released like perspective objects kit, cool and modern UI kits, photorealistic mockups, and amazing photoshop effects, invaluable icons and quite unique fonts. […]
After two years and three other large scale web projects, we’ve just helped University College London launch their Undergraduate Prospectus website. Using the design system we helped create, we have produced four websites that are consistent, user-centric and scalable. In this post, we share five ways we organised the project that made it a success. […]
2015 is shaping up to be a pivotal year for web design, with some trends evolving from 2014 and others threatening to change the future direction of the industry. Here are some predictions for the shape of things to come that every creative agency worker will need to be prepared for: Quality Will Matter More […]
What do you think customers are seeking when they look for designers, photographers or other creative experts and agencies? Indeed, the first thing they are interested in is the experience and skills of the specialist. Whether you are a freelance logo designer or a representative of a prestigious creative studio, one thing is obvious: you need […]
This is the third part of the new Drupal for Web Designers series written by Idan Arbel of Arbel Designs. The first two segments discussed the design and functionality of website, now we’re moving into the content. You’ve spent many hours designing your website, and configuring it to do exactly what you want, it works […]
I think we can all agree Amazon.com is a pretty uninspiring website, no revelation there. They were once known for pioneering much of what is now referred to as ‘standards’ in ecommerce. These days, the online giant is looking a little worse for wear. Personally, I’ve been avoiding the website for years because of how unappealing I find it, so when I recently went to buy a Kindle I was not surprised to learn of some major fragmentation and usability problems.