Tag Archives: websites

Site of the Day: Labbler.com

It’s difficult to design a website that caters to a wide range of people. Conference websites are a perfect example—they have to appeal to potential attendees, speakers, exhibitors and advertisers, and each group has very different needs. Labbler.com tackles this problem with a widget that dominates its home page. It lets you go straight...

A Look Back at HOW’s Website

Flashback to 1995, the year the Internet became commercialized. Let’s take a journey back to an age when pages took several minutes to load and watch howdesign.com develop into the site we know today.

New Design Annual Available

HOW’s 2011 International and Interactive Design Annual is making its way to subscribers and bookstores now. It’s packed with nearly 300 award-winning print and digital projects from around the world. PLUS: HOW takes a spin around the globe to introduce you 7 firms where creative pros are doing eye-catching work. This issue’s International Design...

Weekly Design News: December 15, 2010

Monotype recently announced the winners in the first-ever Web Font Awards, which recognize typographic excellence in web design. You can view all submissions in the Web Font Awards Gallery and even rate your favorites; it’s a great place to view the new ways that typefaces beyond traditional web fonts like Verdana and Times are...

Web Fonts 101

In a brand-new article exclusively published on HOWdesign.com this week, our technology guy Stephen Beale takes a comprehensive look at 5 of the top web font services that have popped up in the past several months. If you’ve ever designed a website, you’ve probably been frustrated by your limited font selections (hello, Arial …...

DesignCast: SEO Secrets for Designers

Part of the HOW Web Designer’s Content Strategy Learning Series Date: Tuesday, November 16 Time: 4:00 p.m. ET/1:00 p.m. PT Duration: 1 hour Presenter: Mark O’Brien This webinar looks into what makes Google tick and what designers can do to do make their websites—and their clients websites—more attractive to Google. In part 2 of...

Q&A with Mark O’Brien

In case you missed my Twitterview yesterday with Mark O’Brien of Newfangled, check out this recap. Mark is a supersmart guy whose expertise is in helping design agencies (and their clients) develop smarter, more marketing-savvy websites. Mark is on the agenda for next month’s Mind Your Own Business Conference, October 12–14 in NYC. Or,...