Developing Balance in Web Design

Developing Balance in Web Design

4th November 2011 | ddl-admin | Creative Design

Following on from my previous blog about an article i found regarding Unity in web design, I have come across another article by the same designer regarding Balance. Balance is key in making your visitors feeling comfortable and engaging them…

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Unity in Web Design

Unity in Web Design

24th October 2011 | ddl-admin | Creative Design

Over the weekend I found a series of blogs relating to the composition and design of web design which outlines the key concepts in designing and developing a great user experience and website. “Unity is a very important concept in…

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Google and Mozilla join forces to create a smarter, action based web

Google and Mozilla join forces to create a smarter, action based web

12th August 2011 | ddl-admin | Internet, Search Engine Optimisation, Technology

Google has announced a new set of APIs for its Chrome web browser, which are designed to connect applications and sites across the web. Web Intents, as Google is calling its new meta-website API, allows websites to pass data between…

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The fold – does it matter?

The fold – does it matter?

11th July 2011 | ddl-admin | Creative Design, Internet

I came across an interesting article recently, debating the use and more critically, the importance of using “the fold” in webdesign. Whilst its origins are a basic principle in print, especially in newspapers, does it have a place in web…

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Examples of Texture in Web Design

Examples of Texture in Web Design

14th June 2011 | Ben Gammon | Creative Design

Nowadays you can find textures being used in every sort of design. Business cards, mobile apps and websites all use textures to achieve stunning results that colours alone cannot achieve. Appropriate use of texture helps to create a realistic and…

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20 ways to improve your website readability

20 ways to improve your website readability

10th June 2011 | ddl-admin | Creative Design, Internet, Uncategorized

When you read something and can soothingly go on and on with no stress then the message that you want your reader to get is conveyed properly. This style of delivering your write up in such a way that your…

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9 things to improve typography

9 things to improve typography

6th June 2011 | ddl-admin | Creative Design

The best design­ers know that 95% of good design — web or print — comes down to the typog­ra­phy. There’s a plethora of lit­er­a­ture and years of train­ing involved in mas­ter­ing type, but there are also a bunch of tweaks…

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Facebook Credits: the new digital economy?

Facebook Credits: the new digital economy?

28th February 2011 | Amy Jones | Marketing

I buy into most things ‘Facebook’ but am still yet to shell out on Facebook Credits – never really saw the point in it. Until now that is. I think Facebook Credits are a very smart idea – so long as the big…

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Google – making websites mobile friendly

Google – making websites mobile friendly

25th February 2011 | Nigel Reece | Creative Design, Internet

We’re constantly blogging here about the fact that more and more potential patients are surfing the web for dentists using their smart phone, be it an i-phone, htc etc. As a result here at Dental Design we have been designing ‘mobile…

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