Tag: web design
Web design has seen quite a bit of advancements and enhancements throughout the past decade. Check out the infographic below to learn more about the history of web design.
With the increase in consumers using mobile devices to access the web, site designers are being forced to adapt by creating an ultimate experience across all platforms. That’s why WhoIsHostingThis.com helped put together a guide of sorts that not only identifies key reasons why responsive design is so important, but also explores the anatomy of true mobile-friendly design.
As we enter the second quarter of 2013, Designzzz takes a look back and observes which web design trends have ruled the first quarter and what you should be focusing on to stay ahead in the race.
HTML5 is big news – and it’s not surprising. It’s a major step forward in web design, bringing unprecedented capabilities and flexibility to the way sites are put together. It’s set to make a significant difference to the way brands develop their digital strategies and marketing plans – one which has the potential to enhance digital commerce and engagement, at a time when ecommerce and online retail is going from strength to strength.
This infographic has been lovingly crafted by the team at Graphitas to share our accumulated knowledge and experience of how the positioning of elements on a webpage affect their impact. It is packed with pro-tips and a simple narrative to aid web designers in the creation of websites that POP.
Trends come and go but basics rule live on forever. But every year, certain design ideas and elements capture the collective imagination of web designers around the world. In 2012, responsive web design gained a lot of popularity, mobile web designers broke out of the skeuomorphism shell and explored new ideas, and most designers finally got fed up with Flash elements.
Top internet brands like Facebook, Google, Netflix and more choose server-side solutions to deliver mobile web content to visitors. Find out why in this infographic from BraveNewCode.
Web design covers many different skills and disciplines which are used in the creating and maintaining of the websites. Web graphic design, authoring, interface design, inclusion of standardized code and proprietary software, SEO and user experience design are the different areas of web design as you will see in this infographic by All WebDesign Info.
The features of a good landing page are defined in the following infographic by Logo Snap. The infographic points out the weak and strong points of a web page.
Dot Com Infoway (DCI) has recently unveiled its latest infographic which puts the spotlight on one of the most recent and advanced techniques used in the web design industry. Titled “Responsive Web Design: A Paradigm Shift in the Industry”, the infographic provides insights on the concept of responsive web design and the reasons for its rising popularity.
Every business needs a website if they want to remain relevant which is why, in today’s Internet-driven world, the skill of a good web designer is highly coveted. Of course, with this skill comes clients, which can be great for the pocket book, but not always best for one’s sanity.
The following infographic from Logo Contest Reviews provides details on the top 5 Design Crowdsourcing sites and also featured interesting facts and figures about top crowdsourcing sites.
How fast your web pages load is an important part of any website’s user experience. How often is it put aside for better aesthetics, nifty functionality or to add more content to web pages. Unfortunately, website visitors tend to care more about speed than all the “bells and whistles” as this Infographic from KISSmetrics will reveal.
This Infographic from from R.O.I Media examines the primary components of a good website design including the design itself, navigation, usability, content and so much more.