Trending Web Design: Card & Dynamic Grid Layouts

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Whether a website design is minimalist or maximalist in style, one layout element remains true - the design must be sharp and easy for the user to navigate. Grid and card layouts have become widely used for sites of all types, but primarily for pages with a high volume of data or relevant calls to action. The popularity of cards can best be attributed to the rise of mobile usage. Though it is used widely by designers and developers – the trend will certainly continue – and for good reason.…


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Most Important Elements in User Interface Design

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For most organizations, establishing a website is one of their top priorities. However, having a design that is appropriate and user friendly is not always the first thing that comes to mind when establishing new sites. Many have tendencies to want their site to be unique, different, and have aspects that are appealing to the eye; all of these items are exceptional ideas, nevertheless, the most pertinent aspect is your user experience. The most important element you must remember is that sites…


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The Ins and Outs of Responsive Web Design

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Responsive web design (RWD), what is it? Why is it important? And how can it benefit my organizations? These are really great questions to ask when you first come across RWD. RWD is a way of designing for the web, which allows you to only create one website that is compatible with standard computer screens and all web capable devices (smart phones, tablets, TV screens etc…). RWD is a flexible grid pattern that will adjust with any screen size. Today you are able to link all your web capable…


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Corporate Website Design Trends 2012

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Your corporate website is the face of your business online. Companies are starting to realize that their web layout is as important to their brand voice or company image as their logo, mission statement or other forms of advertisement. Many companies neglect or fail to realize the value their website design has to your end user.


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