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Cinemagraphs in web design
If you read any of the countless web design trend reports that came…
The surprising history of emojis
You encounter emojis on a regular basis in your 21st-century, tech-savvy lifestyle, but…
Introducing Adobe stock apparel
There is now a clothing line for all of us, everyone. It’s just…
Email finally wakes up to responsive design
Email is far older than the web; introduced in 1972, anyone who’s ever…
Google moves to restrict advertising
Do you hate it when ads straight up block access to the content…
5 ways to feel like a design rock star, working as a roadie
There are many reasons to love being a web designer. Personally, my favorite…
Adobe Typekit unveils major redesign
Adobe Typekit has just released a long-overdue update to its font browsing interface.…
WordPress 4.6 “Pepper” released
WordPress will now save your content to the browser In my experience, WordPress’…
Vivaldi 1.3 is a bold new vision for browsers
If there’s one thing you can count on from the folks at Vivaldi,…
Facebook delivers a better UX for businesses
Every business today seems to have its own Facebook business page, and with…
Does startup efficiency kill design originality?
Once upon a time, the web was full of crazy ideas. And no,…
What is millennial branding, and why should you care?
In 2016, we’re living in an age of information saturation. At each turn…
Instagram unveils Stories, for more meaningful sharing
Looking for a new way to experience Instagram and get something more out…
Looking Fast Beats Being Fast (Website Speed Matters)
Creating websites for our clients, one of the most debated subject is speed.…
50+ fresh resources for designers, July 2016
Hey there! We are proud to return fully stacked with a collection of…
Essential design trends, July 2016
There’s a lot of overlap in the biggest design themes of July. In…
Be a better designer by designing less
Designer’s block haunts you. If you’re a designer you’ve experienced it at one…
Designing the perfect notification UX
Notifications are all around us on the web and on mobile. Originally intended…