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2Design Web was established in 2002. Early days had us build from scratch a proprietary website content management system called Siteblocks® and it “filled a need” within the business community. At the time, WordPress, Joomla, and other open-source content management systems were not as trusted and popular as they are today. Today 2Design Web assesses the needs of our clients and their wish lists to provide the right toolsets producing the best online presence. It could be a CMS tool like WordPress, a custom one of a kind website, integrating an application like a full photogallery, blog, conference app...
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For the designers and interested clients out there, below are some recent 2Design Web blog posts and a few articles on trends in the web design industry.
As the saying goes, "A picture is worth a thousand words." Human beings are highly visual creatures who are able to process visual information almost instantly; 90 percent of all information that we perceive and that gets transmitted to our brains is visual.
Images can be a powerful way to capture users' attentionand differentiate your product. A single image can convey more to the observer than an elaborate block of text. Furthermore, images can cross language barriers in a way text simply can't.
The post More Than Just Pretty: How Imagery Drives User Experience appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Creating that singular piece of graphic design that users will first interact with each time they encounter your product can be intimidating. A beautiful, identifiable and memorable app icon can havea huge impact on the popularity and success of the app. But how exactly does one make a "good" app icon? What does that even mean?
Fear not, I've put together some tips and advice to help answer these questions and to guide you on your way to designing great app icons. I've been designing, making resources and giving talks about icon design for the past couple of years. In this article, and in the video at the end, I'll sum up what I've learned about this amazing craft.
The post Designing Better App Icons appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Building user interfaces on the web is hard, because the web and, thus, CSS were inherently made for documents. Some smart developers invented methodologies and conventions such as BEM, ITCSS, SMACSS and many more, which make building user interfaces easier and more maintainable by working with components.
The post Styled-Components: Enforcing Best Practices In Component-Based Systems appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Happy new year! I hope you had a good start and canfeel positive about what 2017 might bring. As mentioned in the last edition of the past year, I don’t like New Year’s resolutions too much, but I’d like to point you to something that Marc Thiele wishes for this year:
“So my wish then also is, that you reflect and ask yourself, if you want to post the text or maybe even just have another, a second look on the text you are about to post. Maybe you decide, that you don’t post it. Maybe this helps, that less negative posts and emotions are spread.”
The post Web Development Reading List #165: Starting The New Year With Browser News, Container Architecture, And React “Aha” Moments appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Winter means getting out your scarf and a cozy hat to brave the cold — if you're located in the Northern hemisphere that is. For all those occasions when your projects may need to get dressed up a little, we are happy to present to you the freeClothing Icon Setcreated by the design team atCreativebintoday. The set includes40 iconswith everything ranging from shirts, pants and dresses to a blazer, hat and even a scarf. Available in nine styles and four formats (AI, EPS, SVG and PNG).
Please note that this icon set is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported. You may modify the size, color or shape of the icons. No attribution is required, however, reselling of bundles or individual pictograms is not cool. Please provide credits to the creators and link to the article in which this freebie was released if you would like to spread the word in blog posts or anywhere else.
The post Freebie: Clothing Icons (40 Icons, 9 Styles, AI, EPS, SVG, PNG) appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Welcome to the second part of this tutorial, in which we will finish designing the music player that we started in part one. This includes creating the icons at the bottom, as well as making the music player responsive, so that all elements adapt to the width of the artboard and, thus, can be used for different device widths.
Our premise in creating all of the icons is to use basic shapes as often as possible, instead of custom vector elements.Shapes are much easier to set up and modify, and we will still be able to combine them into more complex forms using Boolean operations.
The post Designing A Responsive Music Player In Sketch (Part 2) appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
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