Category Archives: Web Design

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-11-06

When working on small projects and websites that don’t require a web designer, people are struggling to find relevant images for their website which leads us to the following question: Where do web developers get the images for the websites they are developing? If you are getting tired of seeing articles talking about “the best […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-10-31

An interesting experiment was conducted on how certain colors would influence the click rate of a button. Green, yellow and red were used and obviously the red button won. But the real reason why the red color won was not the color itself but the color palette of the website. In other words, the reason […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-03-26

How to quickly improve the web design – part 1 8. Make every page look and behave as a landing page. Website design assumes that the visitor enters the website through the home page and then he navigates into the site. Considering a large amount of visitors use a search engine, most of them start […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-03-25

1. Your website logo is the most important part of your brand. Make sure you use a professional logo, placed prominently on your site that links to the home page so that visitors can easily navigate to it. 2. Intuitive navigation is a must. Primary navigation should be a horizontal menu / bar along the top of the site. […]

Written by: admin, on 2014-03-20

Whether you plan to build an ecommerce website or a presentation website, using professional photography is a must. Here are a few reasons to clarify this statement: When a customer is interested in your product, he desires a quality item that’s worth the money. In an online store he won’t be able to pick an […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2013-09-24

Typography is the art of arranging space between letters, space between words, space between the lines and the length of a line in order to enhance the visibility of the language and make it more readable. Good typography makes your website cross compatible and legible to read and consists of these factors: responsiveness, spacing, contrast […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2013-08-07

Color psychology is a good way to catch the eye of viewers, but too much color will be distract your users. If you can, stick to 2 to 4 colors only. Colors exist everywhere, and while perceptions of color are somewhat subjective, there are some color effects that have universal meaning. Red Represents: Ambition, vitality, passion, strength, […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2013-06-25

Using responsive designing only to solve the problem of different screen layouts may lead the way to low quality user experience. Here’s top three mistakes that may emerge: 1) Removing parts of content for the smaller screens. The idea of offering less content to smartphone users has its pros and cons. By providing a low-quality […]

Written by: Jane D, on 2013-05-14

Color psychology is the study of color as a determinant of human behavior. Color combinations may have a noticeable or subliminal impact on the perceptions that others have of your marketing materials, and that include your website design. When a visitor lands on your website, they will make a very quick judgement whether it is worth staying […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2013-03-05

Not having a mobile version If you are turning away fifty percent of your customers at a brick and mortar store, people would say you are either crazy or not prepared to be in business at all. The why would you do the same with a website? Mobile traffic accounts for five in every ten […]