How to make a color palette for a site and not only
In Design Mania, there have already been several publications with similar topics: in a note about color matching services for websites, in addition to inspiration resources, we examined a couple…

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Google Chrome and automatic user authorization
The Google Chrome browser (based on Chromium) uses WebKit engine to render pages. The first version for Windows was released back on 12/11/2008, and now it is one of the…

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Getting rid of guesswork in design
Creative breathes life into successful sites. However, creative ideas and solutions often look like guessing - a dangerous business, I tell you. What can designers do to convince the customer…

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Endless page scrolling: helps or harms?

When it comes to online marketing or web design, it is extremely important to be the initiator of successful ideas and shape trends in your own field. Today we will talk about one of these trends – the endless scrolling (scrolling) of pages on the site: what opportunities does it present for business? what is the best way to implement and when should this function be abandoned? The material is based on a translation of an article about Infinite Scrolling by SpeckyBoy.

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Using textures in web design

What is the simplest, correct, and sometimes the only possible way to create an illusion of the relief of a particular element (object) in web design (as well as in 2D as a whole, and naturally 3D)? That’s right – use the texture! Being a “material” universal, textures are widely used in web design and is the subject of endless experiments. Textures on sites can be found both simple, which only emphasizes certain elements of the project, and much more complex implementations. Inspired by this publication, I propose to consider several options for using textures:

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How microstock originated, features of photobanks and microstock

Microstock (microstock) – the budget segment of stock photography, offering high-quality images for a penny, is rapidly gaining momentum. What is not surprising: high-quality photography has never been so cheap and affordable. Today in microstock photos are bought not only by regular customers of photo banks but also by those designers who had not even looked in the direction of buying legal photos before. It is logical: before they could not afford it. Now – it is available to everyone.

Stock photography and design – misalliance or happy marriage?
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The essence of design - what is it?
A few days ago I received a guest post from Viktor Fomin, author of the Kruffock blog, "chronicles of the living mind of a copywriter philosopher." To begin with, in…

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The best interfaces of mobile applications (selection of source sites)
Now the direction of mobile design is experiencing a real boom: traffic from various devices is growing rapidly, and new applications appear like mushrooms after rain. Therefore, it is not…

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Interesting visual design trends 2020
At the end of the year, 2 types of notes often appear on blogs - either the results of the previous one, or forecasts for the next. That is why…

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Web 2.0 style design: simplicity as art
Perfection is achieved not when there is already nothing to add, but when nothing can be taken away (Antoine de Saint-Exupery. "Planet of people", 1939) Far in the fall of…

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