The homepage is what many people see when first encountering a website, and it can lead to a lasting impression (negative or positive) that can affect their decision to return to it.
In this article, we’ll go over some web design tips for designing homepages and uncover some of the vital steps required to construct a powerful and successful front page.
Identify the website’s purpose/goal
A designer should understand the purpose of the site in order to build an effective homepage design.
In this graphic design tutorial, you will witness a method for creating attractive 3D text that features some beautiful lighting and textured effects. We will be using Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop to help us get the job done.
Design galleries are a go-to source of inspiration for many web and graphic designers. While there are no shortage of gallery sites out there, a number of new galleries have been launched this year that stand out in some way or have proven to be useful for a specific type of design inspiration. In this post, we’ll feature 20 new galleries that may provide just the inspiration you have been looking for.
The alignment of elements in a web page is a very important aspect of a good web design. In this info-comic, The Brads illustrate important concepts and best practices for alignment.
A couple of weeks ago, Webyog sponsored a giveaway for four MySQL tools to be given to Six Revisions readers. 75 commenters shared their thoughts on MySQL and database administration for a chance to win one of the tools being given away.
Here are the winners:
Favorites from the Feeds is a Six Revisions series that highlights notable design and development articles, tutorials, tools, and downloadable resources from my RSS feeds. In this installment, you’ll find stuff on productivity, some history on web typography (as well as tips on effective web typography), and a few nice design showcases for inspiration.