Paul Boag shares what it takes to apply your preexisting print design skills to web and interactive design.
Jason Tselentis presents seven common mistakes web and interactive designers make when applying unique typefaces for the web.
In honor of Patrick McNeil’s latest workshop, Web Design 101, we’ll feature some of his inspirational content from The Web Designer’s Idea Book vol. 4 to showcase the current web design trends. McNeil’s two-part workshop guides print designers without web design knowledge through the web design basics. Luckily, print designers already possess skills that transfer...
A future version of Photoshop CC will sport new features related to the 3D printing process. Here, Adobe's Andy Lauta discusses the future of 3D printing.
Roberto Blake reviews Lightroom 6, highlighting its strengths and pointing out new features.
John Siebert offers helpful tips for driving user engagement to your website.
In this follow up to his post on the Yosemite backlash, Jason Tselentis discusses the typeface choices in the new iOS and Mac OS X.
Zurb’s Foundation is one of the two biggest front end development frameworks right now (with Bootstrap being the other big dog). While both of these addressed the developers’ needs as far as presenting responsive creations in the browser, no one was helping out app developers. Surprising as it may be, many apps actually rely...
If the software, apps & resources you need are touted as free, is it too good to be true? Get the truth about free design tools & resources.
jQuery is a powerful weapon in a front end developer’s arsenal, but sifting through the epic quantity of plugins is a frustrating process. When you visit the official jQuery plugin directory, you might find yourself instantly overwhelmed by the sheer quantity of options. Even worse is that there is little indication as to which...