Despite sometimes feeling like a new trend, minimalist design has been around for a long time — but it’s only in recent years that it has been widely embraced as a standard design choice for big brands. It is especially popular with web design right now, and this is one trend that is not going away for a while to come.
It’s no revelation that the average smartphone owner uses their device for more than texts and calls. From ordering food, buying clothes, checking the stock market, and hailing taxis — it seems there isn’t anything our six inch wonders can’t do.
Spaces in macOS Sierra is a great feature, but the horizontal scrolling animation is a bit off putting when used regularly. This post explains how to turn it off, without needing to open Terminal.
The Manchester-based main contractor, Russells Construction wanted a mobile-friendly website to gather information from employees and contractors on location about site safety.
Our smartphones allow us to jump between tasks effortlessly, tapping and swiping our way forward. We now expect everything - including websites - to work just as seamlessly.
Page speed matters, but it often takes a back seat to visual design. A beautiful looking website is almost useless if impatient visitors jump ship before it loads.
When we talk about website design, the conversation naturally leans towards how something might ‘look’. However, the term ‘design’ covers much more. The most successful websites consider the content and user experience first.