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The Pros and Cons of Long-Scrolling in Web Design

Long-scrolling, one-page websites are becoming commonplace. The above-the-fold versus the no fold debate appears to be tilting in favor of the latter approach. It...

The Challenge of Designing Websites for Large Screens

Mobile devices have taken over the web. Thus, so much designer attention has (rightly) gone towards ensuring that the websites we build are compatible....

Web Designers No Longer Need to Sacrifice Performance for Beauty

Web design is a field that requires both technical knowledge and a sense of style. We not only have to envision the perfect page;...

Bootstrap Turns 10: A Look at Its Impact on the Web

In the web design industry, it’s rare that a tool stays relevant for a decade or more. Things tend to change so quickly that...

How to Use Negative Space in Web Design Effectively

A lot of designers make a big mistake by creating overly complex, busy, and colorful web pages. If it’s not intentional, you should avoid...

Exploring the Use of Sticky Vertical Navigation in Web Design

Navigation in website design typically only includes the same basic menu items, modestly sit in the header, and always greets the viewer from the...

Inspiring Examples of Brand-Related Splash Screens in Web Design

You never get a second chance to make a first impression. In the real world, some workarounds may fix the situation and help you...

8 Stunning Examples of CSS Glassmorphism Effects

Glassmorphism effects have become a staple in modern web design. They offer a sleek aesthetic and fit beautifully with just about any background color. The...

Critical Info: The Story Behind Building a Government COVID-19 Website

Imagine the excitement of landing a web design job at a government agency. It’s a fresh start and a chance to apply your skills...