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How many times did you come to a standstill during an ongoing project because the creativity fairy seemed determined to elude you? We’ve all been there, time and time again. You can’t do a great job at crafting a website when you’re not inspired. The antidote to designer’s block is a good inspiration source, together with some tips about blending colors.

The choice in colors and typeface is extremely important for a website. Not only does it have to appeal to the public at large, but the perfect website is also easy to ‘digest’ and proven to maintain its visual attributes across most devices. A web designer should keep in mind to use complementary colors for text and background, and make sure that the two elements have a relatively high contrast, as well as appropriate brightness and saturation. Besides, body text of up to 20 points should have a medium and uniform stroke, so visitors don’t get the feeling it’s tiresome.


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  • Nothing catches the eye better than a functional and great looking website. But how do you get one of those? It’s actually pretty easy. First you get WordPress. Second, there are lots of WordPress themes out there you can choose from. Some have very nice, polished designs, some are really easy to use, some are responsive and run smoothly on any device and others are all of the above combined. All there’s left for you to do is start browsing. And why not start with the top 20 best WordPress themes creators? You’ll definitely find what you’re looking for in one of these galleries.

    Meanthemes


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  • In Today’s round ups we’ve collected 22 well made premium single page wordpress themes, which is suitable for any agency or personal portfolio’s.

    Jarvis – Onepage Parallax WordPress Theme
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    Webydo is popular name in the web design industry these days, especially amongst the rising web professionals who’re searching for the best solutions to create modern websites for their clients. For professional web designers Webydo answers their becken call and provides a powerful and accessible design studio for creating pixel-perfect sites. Recently, Webydo released its code-free Parallax Scrolling Animator in closed-beta thanks to their design driven community. Taking this online design studio to the next level, let’s find out more about what it’s new Parallax Scrolling Animator and what else has the community buzzing.

     

    Parallax Scrolling can be used to achieve depth and movement in a website by changing the speed at which the background and the foreground images move. The pixel-perfect Parallax Scrolling Animator, is now open to the first 3,000 readers who sign up in the next seven days. Through this powerful new feature web designers are able to improve their graphics without spending any time writing code. Already 2000 invitations for the closed-beta trial were snatched up last week and in less than 1.5 hours! Seize this opportunity to change the way in which you design your websites by joining this design revolution.


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  • You’d be surprised how many businesses today need a website! According to a 2013 NSBA survey, almost one-fifth of small businesses still don’t have a traditional website; only 18% have a mobile site; and an infinitesimal 5% offer their customers an app. Yes, these statistics reveal that many businesses are stuck in the past. But it’s good news for our trade: we’re in demand! Web and graphic designers are in for a busy year. In the spirit of getting down to work building America’s websites, below is our list of the top 15 site-building platforms we recommend for 2014.
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    Data. It’s what makes the world go round. How you use and share that data, however, can be a true challenge. When you’re dealing with an increasingly shorter attention span all the time, it can be tough getting your point across to your customers. That’s where the infographic can be such a life saver!
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  • If you’re a freelancer who’s just getting started with making a living from what you do, you know that success comes with complications. You need to be able to manage your time, your projects and interact with your collaborators on a professional level while still enjoy the benefits of freelancing  – working when you want, from wherever you want. It’s not easy, but absolutely doable.  I was browsing the web recently in the search of a system that would help me handle the more painful areas of my business, and I bumped into FreshBooks.


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  • Are you familiar with blank WordPress themes? These themes are also known as starter themes, naked themes or base themes, and they serve as starting points for you to create your own theme. These themes count with basic boilerplates that you can custom the way you need without having to start everything from scratch. When you start from a blank theme you will have basic WordPress PHP, CSS, and HTML code ready for your customization needs. This is good because it will make your life easier when you need a new theme but you don’t want to do all the base work again, which reduces the time you spend coding and helps your workflow process. Read the rest of this entry »

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  • Creatives know how complicated and costly the usual process of making a professional website is. As a matter of fact, designers would like nothing better than to take matters into their own hands, but the whole problem revolves around HTML coding – so it would be great if something absolved them of these concerns, wouldn’t it? Luckily, a stampede of website building tools has invaded the web over the past few years, and most of them offer their services for free.

    These DIY platforms cross out the issue of coding and allow their users to focus entirely on being creative. In short, they help save energy, time, and money. Yet, you’d have to know which ones are the most worthwhile. Website-Builder is more than qualified to fill in for that description, and it has an ambivalent reach: both ambitious ‘laymen’ and passionate designers can equally benefit from using this platform. It is easy, fast, and yet doesn’t overlook important aspects, such as proper design tools and high aesthetic standards.
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  • For years the traditional method of website designing has been that the client has to hire two people tackle this process, brining on a designer and developer.

    The designer works on the graphics of the website using Photoshop or another design platform as per the instructions of the client, make the final adjustments and then pass it along to the developer. The developer will write the code for that picture which will turn the picture of the website into a real website. I mean when the code will be uploaded on a webhost the site will go live.
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