Colour in your branding is always important and should never be an afterthought. You want to ensure that the colours you choose reflect your business. Creative Market has put a great article together that talks about excellent colour design and how to achieve a professional looking website. Read on to learn about selecting the right colour for your website.
Typography has always been the foundation for good design. The right typography choice can make a project come to life but knowing what’s right isn’t always easy. I love typography has written this great article about some ‘rules’ we should all follow when it comes to using web typography.
A PC MAG article on the World cup brings to light some amazing social media statistics for the World Cup craze. A whopping 3.6 billion people are expected to watch 64 matches over 32 days, and talk about it on social media.
Font Awesome gives you FREE scalable vector icons that can instantly be customized — size, color, drop shadow, and anything that can be done with the power of CSS.
Argon Design has put together a list of some of the design trends they predict- will impact designers in 2014. It’s really important to follow trends – not only to stay current in the design industry, but also to ensure you meet your client expectations.
The ReachLocal blog site looks great across all devices! The team at WebSOS are stoked with this one!
Ezequiel Bruni from web design depot breaks down the best free wordpress plugins for March 2014. It’s a great idea to continually search for plugins as it enhances not only your knowledge but also your Wordpress websites thus keeping your customers happy!
A simple yet elegant photo-inspired website. Created for marriage celebrant, Weddings with Love.
Graphics Online explains that Australia records the highest smart phone penetration in the world. What’s more, it’s been the country with the greatest number of smart phones per capita since 2010. According to the latest statistics, more than 65% of Australians use smart phones.
A contemporary information-based site created for a not for profit association working within the Cronulla, Caringbah, Bundeena and Kurnell communities.