Where and how does a designer make money on the Internet
At present, it is not so easy to find a suitable and well-paid job, even for a knowledgeable, versed person. The crisis and all other nonsense oppresses, some unemployment in…

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6 Tips for Creating One-Page Websites
One-page websites are becoming popular and fashionable now - there is no doubt about it, although they are not suitable for every topic or organization. However, if everything is done…

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Where and how does a designer make money on the Internet
At present, it is not so easy to find a suitable and well-paid job, even for a knowledgeable, versed person. The crisis and all other nonsense oppresses, some unemployment in…

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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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6 Tips for Creating One-Page Websites

One-page websites are becoming popular and fashionable now – there is no doubt about it, although they are not suitable for every topic or organization. However, if everything is done correctly, your project can become very successful.

When creating a landing page, as a rule, it does not have a large amount or volume of content. You have only one page to convey your message, and only a limited number of tricks and animations that you can use before the user loses interest.

Most one-page sites have non-standard markup – trying to fit the necessary amount of content in a limited area so that it does not look like a messy pile of information is quite problematic. You can look at Continue reading

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?
By definition, design is the creative process of creating an object, image, object, etc. But it is far from Continue reading

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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Trends in the design and design of email newsletters in 2020
Despite the fact that email marketing has existed for decades, it still remains an actual trend in Internet marketing in 2020 and a popular way to promote services online. The…

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The difference between UI and UX: a practical example
Today there will be a guest post on the topic of UX and UI interfaces using the Icons8 service as an example. The author is a usability specialist Andrei Burmistrov,…

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Tips for Using Images on Websites and Blogs
Of course, the image is the epicenter of any website, because a person is visual in nature. When creating a website or blog, we pay particular attention to content, design…

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