100 Designers You Should Be Following on Twitter

By on May 12, 2016

Twitter is a platform for thousands of designers to showcase their ideas and daily routines with each other. From designing projects to inspirational quotes and sharing personal life experiences, everything is tweeted. Being a web designer, you should know  who’s...

Why There Are Some Clients You Need to Fire

By on May 9, 2016

“I’m sorry, but we have to let you go. You’re fired.” I’m pretty sure that a lot us, freelancers, dream of wanting to be a real badass and say those words one day. Unfortunately, in the world of freelancing, having...

The Illustrated History of Web Forms

By on May 9, 2016

Styling web forms for both usability and aesthetics is a usual practice for any web designer working on a project. However, at the very beginning of the Internet, forms were so dreadful that no modern user would have had the...

The Best Practices for Designing Pricing Tables

By on May 7, 2016

Pricing tables have become an essential element of every online business website. While it can hike up your business if done neatly, it can also be the tombstone of your online business. A pricing table’s task is to help users...

Modern Surrealism and How It Is Used in Design Today

By on May 4, 2016

Modern Surrealism is a cultural and art movement that started in the 1920s. It encompasses all forms, such as art, sculpture, music, literature, film and philosophy. Surrealism is a sandbox of the human subconscious mind.

Essential Tips for Registering a New Domain Name

By on May 4, 2016

Having a good domain name will at many times not only bring you more traffic, but also make your web page easier to remember – and this brings traffic too. There are many things a web designer has to think...

How to Create a Realistic Coca-Cola Can Using Adobe Photoshop

By on May 3, 2016

In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a realistic Coca-Cola can from scratch in Photoshop using shapes, brushes and layer styles.

Creative Japanese Packaging & Product Design

By on May 1, 2016

The Japanese are innovators, not imitators. One great difference between Western and Japanese package and product design is the amount of energy and life found in the latter.