winning website design

Learn the Key Secrets of Winning Website Design

With huge emphasis placed on the web world in modern business, it is crucial to ascertain that your firm has a properly designed website. A badly designed website that is intricate to navigate, appears dreadful or does not offer the required information would end up losing potential customers. If you are a website design pro, … Continue reading

Responsive or adaptive

Which Is Better Responsive or Adaptive Web Design?

[Source] Reported by Tech Republic as one of the hottest issues in web design since 2013, the battle between responsive and adaptive web design is still going strong. Figuring out which will work best for you isn’t just a matter of opinion, it requires understanding what makes responsive or adaptive web design styles different, the … Continue reading

How to Redesign Website Based On Your Customers’ Preferences

How To Redesign Website Based On Your Customers’ Preferences

When you redesign website, it is an opportunity to rethink about your customers and how they have been using your website so far. A wise way to redesign a website is to know the users’ behavior on your website and then create the site once again as per their preferences. While working on a website … Continue reading

reponsive design

Will Responsive Design Overpower Pixel Perfect Designs In 2015?

Several techies strongly believe that this year will experience a major transformation of web design and development elements. We already have been experiencing its footprints from quite some time. So, what exactly has been the root cause of such major developments: WAP websites easily accessible for everyone or the launch of smartphones that have completely … Continue reading

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Exclusive Expose: Top 5 Differences Between HTML4 And HTML5

HTML5 has long caught the world’s fancy and has gradually transcended to become the new web development standard. With key HTML5 elements being supported by all major browsers, it’s no wonder why an increasingly higher number of developers prefer using HTML5 over HTML4. However, for many fans and admirers of HTML4, the transition to HTML5 … Continue reading

Workless HTML5 Frameworks

Top 5 Impressive HTML5 Frameworks for Web Designers

Most web designers are often found searching for feature rich HTML frameworks in order to make their development or designing tasks convenient. It is smart to get acquainted with the HTML framework before-hand to ensure that it works well across all web browsers and offers full functionality for all HTML components. HTML5 frameworks reduce the … Continue reading


50 Shades of Grey Website Designs That Make Grey Look Good

Grey looks good! Surprised! Well, at least, after the staggering success of “50 Shades of Grey” the book that sold 60 million copies and the movie that grossed $81.7 million on its opening weekend, it would certainly be no exaggeration to say that grey looks good! Of course, the movie and book were not about … Continue reading

CSS, JS or SMIL: What Should You Use For Animations?

CSS, JS or SMIL: What Should You Use For Animations?

Web designers usually have three different tools available at their disposal for creating animations. These tools are CSS, JS or SMIL. But the bigger question here is- which is the one that offers maximum benefits in terms of functionality and near perfect designs? Well, each of these tools have their own set of pros and … Continue reading


Top 5 Common Mistakes in Website Design

The Internet swarms with millions of different websites. And thousands are created, every hour! With so many useful resources freely available online, building a website is no longer a daunting task for a designer. But the real challenge lies in making the website useful enough for users. More often than not, website designers forget about … Continue reading

Weight Based on Language

10 Web Design Tips For Non-Designers

Web design is a fun, challenging field that’s open to anyone who wants to make their website look a little better this year than it did last year. You say you’re not a designer? Even better! You’re a clean slate, without any bad habits or corner-cutting methods to un-learn in your next project. For non-designers, … Continue reading

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