Proper admin panel or dashboard design is an often neglected part in a web app. Designing and building dashboards is not an easy task and it’s good to know what the key elements for a successful and great dashboard are.
What is a style guide and when should you use one? We’ll summarize the main properties of a style guide, what it should contain and how you can determine if you should invest the time in creating one for your brand/website.
We all have a vision of what architects do, right? They sit in front of CAD all day drawing walls, doors and toilets on floor plans, right? But after realizing the duties of architects, the similarities are compelling and it leads to one conclusion: web designers are architects.
The right background style can really set the tone for your website. We’ll explore some great examples and current trends in website backgrounds that include large images, bright colors and bold patterns.
Light effects have been spicing up graphic designs for years. It’s a great way to add interest, realism, abstractionism, or even energy to a bland experience. Used properly, light effects can help your mobile web design become more impactful and improve user experience significantly.
Basic design principles, like visual hierarchy, are very important in web design. Unfortunately, many of the new mobile apps are not designed with visual hierarchy in mind. Mobile (web) apps need an ordered and visually appealing design for a comfortable and enjoyable user experience.
We’ve all seen them, we’ve all navigated through them, we’ve all made those painful subscription choices, and we’ve all had some pretty bad experiences with them. But more and more sites and services are focussing attention on their subscription pages and discovering that a well-designed page is very important to new user sign ups.
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