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Time to develop web apps technologies

Last updated on February 12th, 2018 In recent years, client-side applications have developed a lot with the ability to send data instead of entire pages from and to the server. In the past four years, there has been tremendous success achieved in mobile application platforms such as iOS and Android As a result of these … Continue reading

Site-Builders Too Are Competition For Web Designers

Last updated on February 24th, 2018 Designers think that they have competition from their fellow professionals. But do-it-yourself site builders too are now efficient enough to produce basic websites. These site builders can certainly compete with designers and you should take not of such tools. Builders Too Are Competition For Web Designers Businesses hire professional website … Continue reading

Advertisement Design

Advertisement design – Break your text for easy reading

Last updated on September 2nd, 2014 Your readers do not have much time to go through your advertisement. Therefore, you should make them read the ad by creating an advertisement design having right amount of text. If your ad is text heavy, it will irritate the readers as they have to use their energies to … Continue reading

Social Media Page Design

Social Media Page Design Tips For Placing The Images

Last updated on July 5th, 2016 Social media is an integral part of life for many people as they share information with thousands of others from across the world. They can present themselves as individuals, promote their business or create awareness about social issues through social networking sites. But success of social media page design … Continue reading

Catalogue Design

Enhance Your Brand Image Through Catalogue Design

Last updated on February 24th, 2018 Customers often get the first impression about quality of products and services of a business by looking at its catalogue. The way a business is highlighted and described in its catalogue gives the custormers an assurance that the products are of a high quality, therefore, a catalogue design should … Continue reading


Logo Design Having Style But No Substance

Last updated on February 21st, 2018 When the Olympic authorities released the logo for London Olympic 2012, expert logo designers from across the world heavily criticized it. Why? Because the logo did not represent the moto of Olympics and was merely an example of a logo having style but no substance. At the first glace … Continue reading

Responsive Website Design

Responsive Website Design: What It Is And Why You Need It

Last updated on February 23rd, 2018 Think about the last five times you accessed a web page. I would be willing to bet that all five websites were not viewed on a desktop computer. Chances are you’ve looked at websites across a wide range of devices in the past day or so, including smartphones, tablets, … Continue reading

Double Space for BMW – Precision & Poetry in Motion” by Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby as part of the London Design Festival.

London Design Festival 2014 Will Feature Mirrored Ceilings And A Drone Aviary

Last updated on February 21st, 2018 London Design Festival has announced its 2014 programme, which includes a Drone Aviary, an ambitious Barber Osgerby installation and the return of a Trafalgar Square headline installation. Double Space for BMW Poetry in Motion by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby LDF has sought new sponsorship deals to make its … Continue reading

Web Design Trends 2014

Let It Go: Say Farewell To These 5 Web Design Trends

Last updated on December 13th, 2017 Trends come and go, especially in the fast-paced world of web design. Yet sometimes we hold onto old trends for too long when we should really be letting go and moving on. As technology evolves, it’s easy to fall into the trap of repeating old patterns. The web design … Continue reading

Walt Whitman's Graphic Design

Graphic Design Meets Walt Whitman’s “Song Of Myself”

Last updated on June 18th, 2016 Since his death in 1892, messianic American bard Walt Whitman has been the subject of countless literary and artistic tributes, from composer Benjamin Britten setting Whitman to music to Breaking Bad using Leaves of Grass as a plot device. A design student even made naked-men typefaces based on Whitman’s … Continue reading

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