Posts Tagged ‘Web Design’

Web Design As A Hobby

Saturday, July 10th, 2010

Denial is a big stress point… I finally realized that web design is my hobby. I’ve been spending lots of time building various websites for my self, most of which never got finished, some just sit there. So to call it a business would be a lie, to my self. I find myself getting pretty […]

Excellent Guide on How-To Setup A Website!

Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010

As website guides go, I’ve never seen a better, more organized and easy to use how-to guide on creating a website. Daniel Piechnick put together all the details that anyone would ever need to setup  a website in his new site that is all dedicated to this guide. I was actually surprised at how nice […]

Web Design across Culture and Context

Tuesday, March 9th, 2010

With China emerging as the next great economic powerhouse –not to mention its population of 1.3 billion potential customers – it makes sense that if you’re building a website right now, you’ll want to make sure it appeals to a web user from an Eastern cultural background. Sure, I know what you’re thinking – really, […]

What’s the Right Website for You?

Friday, January 29th, 2010

The Internet has been around for ages, but that does not mean that everyone in the world has a presence on it. It is only now that people are waking up to the fact that the web is the best, cheapest and fastest way to grow and promote your business. All a potential customer has […]

Spruce up Your Website!

Wednesday, January 13th, 2010

The website has become a mandatory thing for every business and every one wishes to have a website in order to make them popular. The popularity of a website is determined by the number of users visiting the website and hence in order to promote the number of visitors for your website, you will have […]

The Structural Approach to Web Design

Thursday, October 1st, 2009

Photo credit: rudiriet When designing a website, several factors are taken into consideration. One of the main objectives that designers often are required to satisfy is the usability of the website. It is important to note that if you have specific objectives to promote user friendliness instead of aesthetics that a structure-first approach to designing […]

Web Design and Global Considerations

Thursday, July 23rd, 2009

The information superhighway spans across the globe, people who access your website come from all corners of the word and from various cultural influences.  It is important to consider this when designing your web pages to ensure that the appeal of your objective speaks to the worldwide population and not one specific demographic. Consider the […]

5 Important Tips for Web Design Success

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009

For people just getting into the knack of designing web pages, choosing the right elements when It comes to your layout can be confusing. A lot of programmers make the mistake on making a generalized web design with no focus, this ends up in disaster because the web page does not carry a true function […]

Inspiring Web Design Ideas

Monday, May 18th, 2009

Some inspiring web design ideas I stumbled upon: The first 5 are the ones I like the most from a post by Tyler Denis from SixRevisions called 30 Inspiring Web Design Layouts

My Web Design Site,, Gets Re-Designed

Thursday, April 16th, 2009

Yep, it’s never good enough when it comes to my own website. I think this is re-design number 3 or 4. I finally got the logo to look awesome, if I may say so myself. :) I wanted this design to look clean and simple while bringing more of me onto the homepage, to make […]