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Webydo Review: Enabling Web Designers to Create Freely

Webydo Review: Enabling Web Designers to Create Freely

January 20, 2014 from guest's blog

Designing a website exactly as you or your client envision can be difficult to do if you don't know code. You can work with a developer, but that cuts into your profits and adds extra time to your project, which in turn costs your clients...
New Year, New Design

New Year, New Design

January 02, 2014 from abduzeedo's blog

A new year has just begun and with it a series of resolutions, plans and expectations. Abduzeedo has grown up over the past seven years, passing through several phases of maturity, from the beginning of the web 2.0 to the mobile first and...
A Guide to Pixel Hinting

A Guide to Pixel Hinting

October 28, 2013 from guest's blog

When looking at a website or interface, there are few things more annoying than half pixels. The resulting blurred edges make your potentially great product look hastily designed, uncared for and unfinished. Admittedly, if you are working...
UX Design: G1 Educação

UX Design: G1 Educação

October 22, 2013 from abduzeedo's blog

G1 has one section dedicated to all sort of Brazilian education information. As time passed new things happened to this category and they needed to adapt the product to a new scenario. With short time to bring new features they had to...
Design Concept: Noma North User Interface

Design Concept: Noma North

October 07, 2013 from paul0v2's blog

This is a really cool project by two students from Denmark. They branded and designed an entire website for the fiction culinary brand Noma North. Check it out. This project was done by Jimmy Laursen and Louise Sender . Noma North is a new...
New Trends in Web Design

New Trends in Web Design

August 05, 2013 from abduzeedo's blog

Trends and tendencies come and go, we all know that, it's part of our industry's business model. There's the ever present need to come up with something different, to always adapt in order to keep the user's attention. We see this in the...
Web Design: Flat Layouts

Web Design: Flat Layouts

July 19, 2013 from PauloGabriel's blog

Lately we've seen the uprise of a design trend that is simply fantastic. Being quite simple, the flat design actually adds up to the aesthetics of websites that try to focus on content. So I've selected a few websites that really rock nice...
Best Web Builders for Designers without Development Experience

Best Web Builders for Designers without Development Experience

June 14, 2013 from guest's blog

Fortunately for web designers, their skills are still in high demand now and years in the future, even with web builders that advertise anyone without development or design experience can design their own website. So, why are site builders...
Web Design: Awesome Responsive Websites

Web Design: Awesome Responsive Websites

April 17, 2013 from PauloGabriel's blog

I've been working in a project of a responsive website and for me to accomplish that I need lots of research and references. And by this time I can say I've seen some pretty poorly developed responsive sites out there, while some really...
Experimenting with Swiss Style in CSS

Experimenting with Swiss Style in CSS

April 15, 2013 from abduzeedo's blog

Last week I started playing in CSS for my new personal site. I decided to skip the Photoshop/Fireworks/Illustrator part and go from sketches to HTML/CSS. This process helps me to improve my coding skills, especially for rapid prototyping...
Responsive Nav - Useful Responsive navigation plugin

Responsive Nav - Useful Responsive navigation plugin

April 10, 2013 from abduzeedo's blog

What I love the most about the open source community and living in today's ever-evolving world is the abundance of great work being shared. It's pretty hard to not find what you're looking for, particularly within the world of programming...
Flipping Book in CSS and jQuery

Flipping Book in CSS and jQuery

March 25, 2013 from abduzeedo's blog

The tutorial of this week is about HTML, CSS and a little bit of Javascript with jQuery. As the rule of trend now is mobile first and any designer who wants to really understand the media will have to be able to create quick prototypes of...

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