Logos are for companies what family crests are for… well, families. A logo is supposed to be a neat little package that contains the company’s philosophy, ethic and history. It is supposed to inspire trust in clients or potential clients, and most importantly, it has to be recognizable. People have to be able to remember it and pick it out in crowd, making it one of the most important elements of brand identity.
We live in a wonderful world, where you are not forced to start from scratch when designing a website. There are countless of website templates out there on the internet, just a mere Google search away. Quantity, though, does not equal quality, and you might find yourself spending too much time choosing which template to use.
With the rise of mobile devices, building an appealing website that offers a great user experience has now become more complex. The art of creating a responsive website has emerged to make your website look perfect on various devices, eliminating the need to code separate sites for each platform.
In recent years, more and more people from all around the world are attracted by the spirit and message of this holiday. It’s gotten to the point where this holiday is a pretty big deal not only in the USA, but also in most of the Western world. This Thanksgiving, inspired by the spirit of togetherness and thankfulness of the holiday, we’ve put together a list of our favorite 15 flat vector resources and illustrations from around the web.
Typography is an essential tool for any web designer. For many sites, it’s the stimulus that takes the design from serviceable but bland to dynamic and intriguing. Just try imagining any of the examples that follow with a plain, one-size typeface, and you’ll see just how much the designs rely on having interesting type choices, layouts, and effects. Now that web designers are finally able to use specialized typefaces and complex effects in their designs, it’s a good time to really take a look at how typography really works to elevate web designs.