In many cases, we are constrained by clients and the conceptual models they follow. For customers to learn the potential of mobile web sites, they need to think beyond desktops and applications.
With the introduction of different screen sizes for mobile web sites, device permissions and functionality have to work much more. It is necessary to create more markings of the frame, it is required to provide a different gesture interaction and support a wide range of functionality. All to the same folds in a considerable amount of time testing. And yet, the time and cost are justified, especially when compared to the cost of trying to adjust the optimization to your project depending on the device. Rational arguments can be made to justify longer production times, and most companies may seek additional resources if they wish. Continue reading
1. Serif fonts
For a time, sans-serif fonts dominated the web typography world. Such beautiful fonts as Maven Pro, Futura and Helvetica Neue were on our screens, they became “must have” for an ordinary designer. However, now serif fonts are coming back into fashion (not only in their standard form, but also in more fun, upgraded versions).
In our eyes in 2016, serif fonts gained popularity, more and more font designers began to develop modernized versions of serif fonts. Slab Tall X, Justus and Novello fonts have changed the very approach of using serif fonts in web design. Continue reading
As for the code
If you are a Tuts+ premium user, you can skip to the full code of this tutorial. Eric will tell you in detail how to encode this design in HTML/CSS template!
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So, okay, now let’s move on to the free design part on tut! Continue reading
In this article I would like to consider some of the latest emerging trends. Many of these design ideas have been in the air for a long time. But I would argue that these ideas will flourish at the end of 2012. and during 2013. There are many open source projects and user interfaces offered online absolutely for free. This creates an environment where novice designers can quickly enter the competition and grasp trends on the fly.
Mobile First Design
The idea of responsive design is not limited to full-fledged websites that can reduce their size. The ideology of designers lying on the surface is to start with a mobile device and grow further. There is a great article published on DesignShack that talks about this idea. Continue reading