Everyone knows that it’s easier to convey a message with visuals rather than with words. It is no secret that images tend to hold more emotional meaning than words do. Starting from this idea, it’s important to acknowledge the huge that role web design plays in our lives since people spend a lot of time browsing the Web, being influenced by visual design in various ways. (more…)
As a new, up-and-coming web designer, it can be difficult to attract clients or to get hired by an agency. A good resume can make the difference between capturing the attention of a client or company… or not. And, since it’s the first impression they will see, creating a web designer resume is not easy because it needs to be both visually-pleasing and convincing at the same time. (more…)
Designing is no easy job, considering how many aspects you have to keep in mind. UX design gets even more complicated, as you will have to come up with ideas that are all at once innovative, beautiful, and functional to provide people with the best experience on a website or app. What many people don’t know is that the best artists in the world have always used certain aesthetic principles to make sure that their work is as close as possible to perfection. (more…)
Designing a login page can be difficult if you don’t know where to start. There are many teeny-tiny details that can be overlooked and ruin the user experience, preventing the onboarding of new users. When you have no starting point whatsoever, it pays to get up to speed with the basics of login page design regardless of the type of website. (more…)
As humans, we are sensitive beings that have emotional responses to all sorts of stimuli. The psychology of color analyzes how different hues can make people feel a certain emotion. Once researchers figured out how the brain works when it comes to colors, they started to be used for various purposes. One of these purposes is intelligently adding colors in web design.