Tag: web site design

Design for Impact: Anatomy of a Webpage

Design for Impact: Anatomy of a Webpage

January 24, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

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.

10 Game Changing Design Trends for 2013

10 Game Changing Design Trends for 2013

January 9, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

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.

Anatomy of a Responsive Mobile Website

Anatomy of a Responsive Mobile Website

August 15, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

A responsive mobile website design is essentially a shift from the traditional web design approach and requires some essential features to work efficiently. Here is an infographic from LogoSnap that defines the elements businesses need to be extra careful about.

How to Create a Mobile Website For Hotels

How to Create a Mobile Website For Hotels

August 14, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

We all know that mobile use is growing at an exponential scale. Therefore, it’s common knowledge that hotels (and almost any website, frankly) that want to compete in the near future need to have a web presence optimized for mobile devices. However, many web designers produce mobile websites for hotels that don’t conform to best practices, which can hurt a hotel’s visibility online.