Web Design
April 21, 2016 /

The Importance of Whitespace in Web Design

Whitespace can be exceptionally beneficial when used right. Let’s talk about whitespace both in terms of the methodology of working with it, and some basic technical how-to (but not in a too hands-on-tools kind of way).

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Web Design
April 14, 2016 /

Choosing the Right Type for Web Projects

Copy, text, words – regardless of what you call them, these are central aspects of most web user experiences. Yes, we are seeing a rise of conversational and voice interfaces, but the written word is going to continue to play a key role in how we experience the web.

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Code
April 14, 2016 /

3D in the browser with Three.JS

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Dreamweaver Interface
April 8, 2016 /

Rolling Animate CC Projects into Dreamweaver CC Web Pages

Sure, animations bring web pages to life. But for far too long, you needed to virtually channel Victor Frankenstein (pronounced Frahnk-en-steen) just to juggle all the elements necessary for handling a proper integration across browser platforms.

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Web Design
March 29, 2016 /

Experts Weigh In: What Web Trends are Emerging in Higher Education?

In higher education, the web is the primary means of communication for our organizations and the first point of contact with prospective students, current students, alumni and faculty.

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Web Design
March 24, 2016 /

Hero Images – Do They Live Up to Their Name?

Hero images or hero sections impose limitations. That’s their main power. It’s simply impossible to convey more than one idea through a hero section. You can only ask the visitor to do one thing, or show them one thing. Trying to split your hero image in two would just look silly.

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