Posts Tagged ‘web design’
Canva, the graphic design platform promoting itself as tool that empowers the world to design, is not new. It launched in 2013 with $3 million in seed money from American and Australian investors, and offers a series of templates intended to make good design easier to execute and more accessible. It’s a nice concept, […]
Web design has come a long way since the days of Angelfire chaos. We’ve learned a lot about what appeals to those surfing the web, and how they use their sites once they get there. Those lessons gave rise to a moniker that’s all too familiar these days: UX. In truth, the user experience […]
The idea that one day everyone’s jobs would be taken over machines is nothing new. In some ways, it’s already happened. The industrial revolution displaced any number of jobs by automatic a great deal of blue collar labor. As scientific development has expanded, though, what was once a rough economic transition for labor markets has been […]
It’s the end of August, which means fresh faced students from around the country are heading back to their dorms and lockers for another year of learning. Part of that learning process takes place outside of the classroom, though, in the context of extracurricular activities. And within those activities students will encounter a myriad […]
Being a designer is hard. Like, really hard. Not only do you need to study and practice, and then study and practice some more, but then you begin the often grueling process of finding work. It’s worth it, though, because they get to do something they’re passionate about. Well, they’re passionate about the actual design part. […]
When perusing our galleries here on crowdSPRING, we see some amazing work submitted in the projects. Today, we noticed this gem submitted in this small website design project. Let us start the slow clap for skyram. Check out more great work on skyram’s profile page. Nicely done, skyram, nicely done!
The world of SEO is an inherently volatile one. For a while it was about having all the keywords in all the places all the time. Then it was about links — any links at all, anywhere you could get ’em, in any context you could secure. Then it was about making sure those links […]