Hot New Trends In Graphic Design

On April 22nd, 2013, wrote:

2013 has already settled in, we are into April and the trends have begun to show their faces and new web design trends are in action and here to stay. Graphic Designing in 2013 is also under the influence of technology and why shouldn’t it be! In order to stay at the top one needs to match the pace of the new era. This is why professional graphic designers are working hard to explore the stylish and advanced techniques to enhance the look of their websites. However, it is not easy to stay one step ahead for a niche like web designing which keeps evolving and changing with the blink of an eye. Nonetheless, there is a trend list for 2013 which can help you in forecasting what will be in and out this year. Use hot new Font Styles Foundation of web designing is the huge variety of font styles and printed text widely known as Typography. Earlier, graphic designers were – Read the full article

Top Six Tools For Web Design And Development

On January 12th, 2013, wrote:

Web design is one of the fastest growing sectors on the web because websites have become phenomenal for business survival, development and growth. The same way the sector has grown, so has the technology used to develop websites. For websites to come fruition from conceptualization to completion, you need to have tools to facilitate the process. And even though many such tools exist, only a few can be considered great. This article looks at the top six tools used to support technology that develops and designs websites. Duplicate content checker Duplicate content is one of the worst things affecting web development and online businesses. It can negatively affect the website’s SEO and online reputation. As a developer, you need a tool that will ensure your website has original content. is a tool that allows you to spot plagiarism in the website content to the phrase level. This makes it an important tool for the web development process. Adobe – Read the full article

A Look Inside The Creative Minds Of Graphic Designers

On October 13th, 2012, wrote:

Creative Minds – Where Inspiration Abounds How do graphic designers find inspiration for their design? Often, it’s not a matter of “finding” design inspiration. It can be as simple as a tiny speck of light, a prism, a structure of behemoth proportions or even, a human face that sparks their creative imaginations. More of the inspirations that emanate from the minds of graphic designers are deeply embedded from childhood. Like a deep well, all it takes for a design to be born is a spark of an idea long-forgotten. Most graphic designers have an inherent flair for color, shape and dimension. It’s the reason why they can create the most extraordinary and fascinating designs for illustrations, illusions and photographic imagery. Designer Know Thy Pixels Graphic designs today are pixelated to the max. This is part of the design process. Pixels represent a huge part of a total concept. To graphic designers, pixels are alive with possibilities and must be freed – Read the full article

7 Things Your Web Designer Will Never Tell You

On October 20th, 2009, wrote:

So you have an idea for a business website and you’ve hired a web designer. It’s a simple enough collaboration. You’re raring to go live. If, however, you wish to encourage people to keep coming back to your site, understand that this takes more than stylish, colorfully designed pages and great Photoshop skills. After all, there are things that a web designer won’t tell you – or can’t tell you – but which you should know anyway. Here are some of them: 1. “Shiny, sparkly, and splendidly bright” doesn’t cut it. It might work as a lyric for a Michael Jackson single (“Gone Too Soon”), but not as an agenda for web design. Out of propriety, or shyness typical of people with artistic temperaments, a web designer might not tell you to keep off the electric neon-colored background, or the blinking rainbow font, or the head copy that scrolls like a snail. Keep off them anyway. You want your website – Read the full article