Inky, the mascot of our sister website Inky Deals is back with another design bundle, this time dedicated to web designers and developers from all over the world. You probably noticed lately a few web design deals here and there. Inky’s branching out to provide you with a full range of premium products suited for any creative professional. And what better way to start than through one of his famous bundles? Completely free!
Whether you’re just starting a career in graphic design, web design, photography or in any other possible art domains, the first and most important thing you need to consider is your portfolio. But building an interesting and most appealing portfolio is not such an easy thing to do, not even for professional and experienced designers.
And if you don’t settle with plain C Vs featured on freelancer job portals it means you’ve already decided to have your own portfolio website. And that’s when the pain begins.
Codeinwp.com is a motivated and dynamic team of creative professionals who launched their website back in 2010 and are one of the few in the business who offer quality PSD to WordPress theme conversion services. With their help, you can turn any one of your designs into a cross-browser compatible W3C Valid WordPress Theme.
Most web designers browse around the web to get inspired to create a new design. I have taken some time to put together not only a list of inspiring website designs, but designs that are free for you to download. This is the ultimate collected on free PSD website themes. The best part is you can download these themes and use the elements within them to create your next masterpiece.
WordPress is a premier content management system that has gained immense popularity among web designers as well as bloggers. The easy to use interface and diverse customization options make it one of the most sought after CMS in the recent times. Here are some tips that are going to be extremely helpful for the web designers who are contributing to this active community by developing an exclusive WordPress design.
As far as I can remember, not so many years ago horizontal scrolling websites were considered a pretty bad idea due to usability issues, and they still are, in some cases. But the truth is that, if it’s put to use wisely, this type of web design will not only give visitors a unique scrolling experience but it’ll also allow the developer to set his imagination free.
A lot of things can be said when trying to answer the question ‘ What makes a user interface design excellent? ‘ . Numerous fellow developers may come up with thousands of opinions and arguments, but you can bet your bottom dollar that they will all agree on this one: it’s all about appearance and usability. Now, since none of you is crazy enough to disagree with these web design basics, I’ve put together this awesome collection of free UI kits which I’m sure will be more than useful to many of you developers out there, and not only.
To give you guys a head start on the weekend, I’ve put together an inspirational showcase of the most awesome “under construction” pages out there. Most of the websites have evolved since then, but the legend of their initial page remains. In addition to the much needed inspiration, I’ve also found a free PSD template for you to use when building an “under construction” page for your own website.
I found that some of the most inspiring articles (for me, at least) are those containing showcases with unique web design styles. The idea for this post actually came to me when one of my colleagues showed me Jim Carrey’s official website. I was so impressed by its originality and attention to detail, that I just had to share it with you guys. So I’ve put together this collection of the most awesome collage websites out there.
I noticed how web design resources were appreciated among last month’s posts and thought I’d put together a fresh new collection for your personal stash. It’s vital to constantly update it and instead of wasting time individually searching for what you need, you can simply bookmark/download the awesome free web design fonts I hand-picked for you guys today.
Vintage modernism has been around as a trend in web design for a decade or so, but an exact definition and relevant examples are scarce. As Ian Yates put it in an insightful article, it’s all about “clean layout, sometimes even minimalist, strong typography, and attention to decoration and detail”. And because I believe that the easiest way to learn is through the power of example, let’s take a look at 15 websites created in true vintage modernist style.
Ask any veteran webmaster their least favorite metric of managing a website, and bounce rates will almost certainly be near the top of that list. Keeping visitors on your site long enough to explain your product or service can be difficult, as you truthfully only have a few brief moments to hold a new viewer’s attention before their mouse quickly moves toward their browser’s “back” button. Therefore, it is crucial to recognize the importance of creating a landing page that both immediately grasps the curiosity of the viewer as well as answers questions just as quickly.