Using dark colors in your web design can create a look that’s edgy. This showcase features some excellent dark website designs for your inspiration. At the end of this showcase, you’ll find several more resources related to dark web designs.
An iOS mobile app often has a website associated with it. This website is often for promotional and informational purposes (i.e. to share information about the app, to offer insights on how users would benefit from the app, for hosting videos and screenshots of the app, etc.).
In this showcase, you’ll find beautiful websites of various iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch apps for web design inspiration.
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It can be a challenge convincing clients to add new strategies to their existing Web presence.
In a perfect world, a client would simply say, "You’re the expert. You know what’s best. Do whatever needs to be done to make it happen!" But, unfortunately, it just doesn’t work like that.
In this article, we’ll be reviewing my top 10 online payment systems for accepting payments on the Web. While many of the companies on this list have been available to online merchants for years, many are also now getting into new areas of online payments such as social commerce and in-store online card reader systems.
There are many ways to experience the world around us. Especially offline, we can make use of our different senses to collect information, interpret our environment and make judgments.
On the Web, however, our senses are more limited. As designers, we need to present information carefully to make sure our users think, feel and do the right thing.