Web Design Feeds

Do We Still Need Web Designers?

I’ve always been really interested in web design. In fact, one of my first online businesses was a small web design studio that helped local clients get a basic web presence and start ranking on Google. But a lot has changed since then, and many are wondering if we still need web designers in an age of free drag-and-drop WordPress themes, cheap A/B-testing software, heat map insights, etc. This is a massive topic about a huge industry that employs millions…

0
Read More

28 New Years Party Flyers and Digital Invites

New Year Flyer by lilynthesweetpea We’re planning ahead this year – New Year’s Eve is fast approaching. Have you sent your invitations yet? A good New Year’s Eve party flyer or invite can set the right tone for a party. A light-green hue may have been chosen as Pantone’s 2017 color of the year, but we’re noticing a trend towards vibrant purples and pinks in our trending & top-selling New Years flyers and invitations, and more traditional gold templates. Here’s a few…

0
Read More

How to Create Custom Components Using Component IO — SitePoint

My Introduction to Component IO article described how you could use pre-built components on any site regardless of the Content Management System, languages, or technologies used. The benefits include: hundreds of ready-made, attractive and configurable components to choose from including content blocks, galleries, navigation bars, social media widgets, forms and more component code can be installed with a simple cut and paste the same components can be used across other pages and sites will updated instantly it’s easy for non-technical…

0
Read More

Site Accommodation

Site accommodation generally reiterates to any type of portable buildings whether they are offices, toilets to steel storage units. There are many different reasons why portable / mobile buildings are used, and one of the mains reasons for their use is there versatility. They are very quick and easy to install and can be used at almost any location depending on the road network. Portable cabins are generally used for temporary accommodation, however due to their robust and efficient design…

0
Read More

Take Out the Gamer Inside of You

First let me tell that since I was little, I have always enjoy playing all kinds of video games, all types of games. It all started with the famous video game in Nintendo, “Super Mario” but my love for video game grew specially for  the Role Playing Games (RPG).  I have always love RPG games, but the one game that I love and still do was “Final Fantasy VII” for the PlayStation.  I have always like RPG games, because every…

0
Read More

Kindness Prompt Cards that help us to remember compassion and empathy

“One fundamental path to remaining kind around people is the power to hold on, even in very challenging situations, to a distinction between what someone does, and what they meant to do.” – This is just a snapshot of the wisdom you can expect from the Kindness Prompt Cards, the latest offering from The School of Life. The pack of 60 cards is designed to inspire compassion and empathy, giving us small reminders on why it’s always good to be…

0
Read More

Top 12 Productivity Tips for WebStorm and Angular

This article was sponsored by JetBrains. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible. In this 2-part series, Google Developer Experts Jurgen Van de Moere and Todd Motto share their favorite productivity tips for developing Angular applications using WebStorm. In this first part, Jurgen shares his personal top 5 WebStorm features that allow him to increase his productivity on a daily basis: Use Angular CLI from within WebStorm Navigate like a pro Take advantage of Angular Language Service Auto…

0
Read More

The Story of CSS Grid, from Its Creators · An A List Apart Article

On October 17th, Microsoft’s Edge browser shipped its implementation of CSS Grid. This is a milestone for a number of reasons. First, it means that all major browsers now support this incredible layout tool. Second, it means that all major browsers rolled out their implementations in a single year(!), a terrific example of standards success and cross-browser collaboration. But third, and perhaps most interestingly, it closes the loop on a process that has been more than 20 years in the…

0
Read More

Mozilla brings Microsoft, Google, the W3C, Samsung together to create cross-browser documentation on MDN

Today, Mozilla is announcing a plan that grows collaboration with Microsoft, Google, and other industry leaders on MDN Web Docs. The goal is to consolidate information about web development for multiple browsers – not just Firefox. To support this collaboration, we’re forming a Product Advisory Board that will formalize existing relationships and guide our progress in the years to come. Why are we doing this? To make web development just a little easier. “One common thread we hear from web…

0
Read More

5 expert tips to design the perfect logo

To produce a successful rebrand, or even to stand a chance of making it onto our prestigious list of the 10 best logos ever, you need to follow the advice of the professionals whenever it pops up. Texas-based graphic designer Armin Vit chronicles thousands of new brand and identity projects every year through Brand New, a division of design firm and publishing enterprise Under Consideration, which he co-founded with his wife, Bryony Gomez-Palacio. The ex-Pentagram designer has reviewed hundreds of…

0
Read More
Copyright OntheWebIT 2017