Best Practices + Cheat Sheet for Web Designers

Web Designing is a tough job. We understand the tight deadlines, the multiple iterations, the late nights so we’ve put together some best practices & some design hacks to help you work smart & deliverer nothing short of excellent. Here’s how: Before You Start 1) Have a Plan: Before you get to work on your project, it’s a good idea to draw out what you’re about to execute – the layout, the design, the images, icons placement, navigation, etc. Writemaps is a good tool to use to plan out your website layout. Many designers will tell you it’s useful to […]

Read More

Web Design Trends That Ruled 2015

2015 saw some fierce & bold, subtle and classic web designing styles, playing with space, fonts, colours, animations & more. As we step into the new year, we’d like to highlight the web design trends that blew us away in 2015 and are here to stay for 2016. 1) Minimalist¬†Homepage Minimalism is the single most important principle of web designing. Although this may be difficult to accept that the homepage contains little or no content, the design is clean, classy & attractive. From simplifying navigation to hiding icons, the reduced clutter helps focus on a single, powerful image or video […]

Read More

Wordpress plugins

Keep the Web at your Fingertips with WordPress Integrations & Plugins

A well-versed web developer/designer such as you already knows that WordPress is one of the most frequently used free content management systems(CMS). From simple websites to blogs, applications and enterprise websites, WordPress can handle them all with much ease. Thus, it’s not much of a surprise that WordPress powers more than 24% of the web. WordPress: A Developer’s Paradise Why, you ask? Firstly it is an open source CMS which comprises of a huge community of free and paid solutions that you can integrate with applications. Secondly, the WordPress APIs help you create plugins and thus extend WordPress by adding […]

Read More