Category: Website Design and Development

New Tools & Tech in Design

Here are currently some of the hottest design tools and technology in the industry! Figma Figma has gained popularity in usage over the past year.

Human-Centered Illustration

How a team of illustrators changed the way digital product companies communicate with consumers through illustration. There’s this phrase that been thrown around a lot

Graphic Trends 2018

2018 Design Trends to Look Out For

Each year, design trends get edgier as designers and artists continue to push the limits, experiment and tap deeper into their imaginations. Here’s a list

The Best Web Design Trends of 2017

Everywhere you look you see geometric shapes and patterns. Reinterpretations of retro aesthetics have become common in this digital age (Neo-Memphis design). Bold colors and gradients seem to

Powerful Work Tools for Designers

The gap between web designers and developers is rapidly declining due to the rise of web design tools. UXPin and Invision are great options for web designers.

Grains Food Foundation Website

Trade Association Rebrand Challenge

The Grain Foods Foundation (GFF), like many trade and commodity groups, serves diverse audiences, from doctors and dietitians to consumers, the media and their own

Preventing Wordpress Hacking

Website Hacking Security Tips

“Oh no, my website has been hacked!” is being heard more often these days. It doesn’t matter if your site is small or big, all sites are vulnerable. Take some time to put some security measures in place today to protect your website.

Website Launch Checklist

Website Development Launch Checklist

Developing a website can be a complex and tedious project. There are so many steps involved in determining the proper navigation, programming needs, content development,

Website Trends for 2014

Website Trends for 2014

As the web continues to evolve, new design and programming techniques are constantly surfacing to meet the demands of new mobile technology. At the close

Things We Love – Web Fonts

  There was a day when web designers had about ten fonts to choose from that they knew would display correctly on the web. It

Liberated Content

Traditionally, if someone wants to see content on the web, they visit the site that holds this content. If I want to read an article

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