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The design is essential for every website. We suggest that nobody will likely appreciate a plain background with default HTML elements’ visuals. To attract new users and visitors, we need to create an eye-catching, memorable design that won’t disturb anybody with its color palette or steal users’ attention from the actual website’s content. Read More…

More than twenty years ago, in February 1998, the term ‘open source‘ was used for the first time and only for software. The Open Source Initiative (OSI) has formulated basic definitions and created the basis for promoting open source, which can be found literally everywhere today.Read More…

Despite the common opinion, the phase of code writing is not always a central part of the design and development of web apps. But what usually stays out of sight, and at the same time is perhaps the most important part of the development process? That’s right, these are the stages of preliminary information gathering, careful planning, and support after the launch of the web app.Read More…

Today, typography is a grey eminence in every design. It’s not that obvious as sprites, color scheme or block location. In a high-quality theme or design, it may be barely noticeable, but a poor illegible font will immediately draw your attention. A color scheme that doesn’t fit the subject, misalignment or spacing – you’ll see when something isn’t right with the typography of your design. Read More…

Infographics are the way to turn even the poorest report into something interesting. Listeners usually appreciate visual information, so detailed and fancy infographics may become handy. Nobody really likes to read plain text information. It’s hard to keep the attention on its content, especially if the topic is quite complicated on its own. That’s the reason why content makers prefer to dilute walls of plain text with images.Read More…

Suitable and convenient UI (User Interface) is an essential part of every successful website, game, application, etc. Proper UI generates positive UX (User Experience) that indicates how pleased the user is about your product.

Gladly, you don’t need to always develop UI from scratch. There are dozens of possible pre-maid UI patterns that are tailored to various purposes. Read More…