Web Design
June 2, 2016 /

Best Practices for Background Images: Your “Getting Started” Guide

In the era of simplicity and minimalism – or modern web design, as some people like to call it – the background is often one of the few elements of design that convey any sense of branding. Big and bold typography, ghost buttons, “flat,” “material” … whether we like it or not, they all look kind of the same. So if you want to opt for that minimalist style, the only tools that are left for you to make the website stand out is the logo, the layout itself, and, chief of them, the background.

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Web Design
May 26, 2016 /

Part 2: How to Conduct a Basic Accessibility Audit on Your Site

In this post, we are going to learn how to do keyboard, screen reader and automated code testing.

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Web Design
May 19, 2016 /

Game Design Engagement and the User Experience

Game design teaches you a great deal about designing intuitive interfaces and building experiences that balance the need for lower cognitive loading with maintaining user engagement and forward progress.

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Web Design
May 12, 2016 /

Print Design to Web Design: How to Transition and What Skills Translate Directly

Undoubtedly, as web designers, we can still learn a lot from print design and adopt many of its principles to our projects. After all, when first websites came along, our print experience was the only thing we had. From there, it kept evolving and evolving, into the standards that we have today.

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Web Design
May 10, 2016 /

Part 1: How to Conduct a Basic Accessibility Audit on Your Site

It can seem overwhelming, but there are a few simple things you can do to evaluate your site’s accessibility. Many different types of people need to use the web. Not everyone is using technology in the same way. It is crucial to design for a range of abilities and assistive technologies, to make sure that people do not experience barriers to using your site.

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Web Design
May 5, 2016 /

HTML Email? Dreamweaver CC Delivers!

A recent industry study named Dreamweaver CC the overwhelming favorite HTML editor for designing and developing HTML emails. And not by a little: Dreamweaver was preferred by greater than twice as the nearest competitor.

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