Category Archives: Web Design

Web design firms work to surf ever-changing internet landscape

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Drive Leads with 6 Critical Web Design Elements

There is a lot you can do to drive traffic to your B2B website: on-page search engine optimization (SEO), promoting it on social media channels, search engine marketing (SEM), display ads, direct mailers, and email campaigns, just to name a few. However, what good is all that great visitor traffic if your website if you aren’t getting any… Read More »

A Foray Into Font Design

Dambura is my first foray into the world of font design. It’s nothing special, but everybody has to start somewhere, right? I’ve wanted to build my own font for some time, but I’ve always been intimidated by the prospect. With new techniques and software to learn — as well as at least ~80 characters to actually draw —… Read More »

How to Start and Run a Successful Web Design Business?

While listening to the stories of great web designers it seems that starting a web design business is much easy. But the process of starting your own business is not that easy as it seems; you not only need to have designing skills but along with that, a full-fledged plan and sincere efforts are also required to get… Read More »

Get the “Sexy Web Design” a $25 value, time-limited free eBook by SitePoint

What’s it about? You’ll be guided through the entire process of creating a gorgeous, usable web site by applying the timeless principles of user-centered design. Even if you’re short on design skills, with this book you’ll be creating your own stunning web sites in no time at all. By downloading this PDF you will also receive updates covering… Read More »

Get the “Sexy Web Design” a $25 value, time-limited free eBook by SitePoint

What’s it about? You’ll be guided through the entire process of creating a gorgeous, usable web site by applying the timeless principles of user-centered design. Even if you’re short on design skills, with this book you’ll be creating your own stunning web sites in no time at all. By downloading this PDF you will also receive updates covering… Read More »

Should web designers be wary of the AI takeover?

WEB DESIGN Web design is, I’m sure we can all agree, a highly skilled field. A professionally designed website is going to be markedly different from a basic WordPress template, and while both are useful, web designers are probably pretty confident that there will be enough clients willing to pay good money for a good product. Read also:… Read More »

Attn: Students – Web design is shrinking and online marketing is growing

To everyone who is in college, about to go to college or is considering a career change to the web industry — the web design industry in the Twin Cities is shrinking and the online marketing space is growing. This is not because one is more important than the other. It is not because one is more fun… Read More »

Pro tips for using scalable vector graphics

An SVG graphic can contain basic shapes, complex shapes, or both. There are six basic shapes defined in SVG <circle>, <ellipse>, <line>, <polygon>, <polyline> and <rect>. Each shape is described, positioned and styled using SVG ‘presentation attributes’. For example, the attributes used on each of the elements in the following snippet are all SVG presentation attributes: <circle cx=”100″… Read More »

Attn: Students – Web design is shrinking and online marketing is growing

To everyone who is in college, about to go to college or is considering a career change to the web industry — the web design industry in the Twin Cities is shrinking and the online marketing space is growing. This is not because one is more important than the other. It is not because one is more fun… Read More »