A non profit’s website needs to make it easy to find out more about their cause, to donate money, and to become more involved. It needs to make it easy for media contacts to find the information they need and the contact information of key personnel. And it needs to do all this in a way that’s inviting to the organization’s targeted donors and/or volunteers.
Shopping carts are an integral part of the online shopping experience. E-commerce designers face challenges in creating an attractive, yet user-friendly, website that will provide customers with a pleasant purchasing experience. Well-designed shopping cart pages can help to increase conversions and minimize abandoned carts by shoppers who change their minds.
Creating a table is easy, but organizing data in an easy-to-understand tabular format together with an appealing layout is often challenging. tables need not be uninteresting and boring visual communication, they can be uniquely designed to suit your web content and stand out. Also, we’ve put together a list of useful scripts to help you get the best of of table display.
On websites that have a lot of pages, breadcrumb navigation can greatly enhance the way users find their way around. In terms of usability, breadcrumbs reduce the number of actions a website visitor needs to take in order to get to a higher-level page, and they improve the findability of website sections and pages.
With redmark your clients can now mark up images and track design changes. redmark helps designers and clients communicate visually in just three simple steps: Upload your design. Client makes comments. Make changes and upload new version. redmark is free and there is no setup or training required - your clients don't even need to register!
Working on your wireframes before starting on the details of design is a crucial step in web design. As you realize the importance of wireframes, you would need to know how should you start creating them and what are the rules you should try to follow in order to create a better brand and user experience.
Everybody tries to come up with some creative idea, port it into a stylish iPhone-alike application and sell it to thousands of users through the iPhone app store. On average, only 3% of people who have downloaded an app use it after 30 days. Why? Because the majority of iPhone apps don’t make any sense to users.
For some time I have tried to get a reliable information about the individual parts of the characters of the alphabet. The anatomy of type if you like. The problem however is I did not find any one source I was fully satisfied with. Each one had some names missing which the others had and so on. I collected all this info together and put in one as complete as I could.
This roundup was gathered through a combination of top notch Google-ing and What the Font?-ing. Midway through my travels across the internet, I stumbled upon a Web 2.0 logo font roundup, which is worth a look as well. You’ve seen these fonts, now you get to learn their names.
A wireframe diagrams lets everybody focus on what’s important at this step: clearly understanding what goes on each page, where it goes, and why it goes there, so you can achieve the best overall balance and structure for each page. A wireframe is a sketch of a page-layout idea. Here are 9 tools that you can consider using to create wireframes.