The need to cater for a wide range of devices and screen sizes has prompted a revolution in the way websites are designed and built.
The application of colour in design is a way of communicating with someone, without necessarily using words. Following on from our last article, Design Principles for Beginners, we will now be taking a brief foray into the world of colour.
User experience (UX) is important for all esports related websites. Read our interview with UX Designer, Matt Salmon, to find out why.
While modern rebranding is much less draconian, the value of your public image has never been so important. With tastes, needs, demand and technology constantly evolving, it is imperative that businesses are able to adapt to their markets to remain attractive.
Think about the last website you viewed; was it clear where you had to go to find out more? Could you easily navigate to buy a product? Was it intuitive? There is a reason why good design works and you can guarantee it’s because it uses one or more of the following design principles.
This article investigates the current appetite for super sensory imagery in advertising and the public’s craving for raw, relatable content that resonates with reality.
Designing for a user requires constantly relating back to who it is made for and why. In this article, we will look at some recent examples of open processes and how we can safely embrace them.
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Ever struggled to delete a Facebook account, or delay a Windows update? Our graphic designer looks into the use of deceptive UX and why, in the long run, it negatively effects business.
Out with the old and in with the new, we take a look at the new Premier League logo and how it will change the direction of the overall brand.