If you’re reading this article, it probably means you already know about the growing importance of digital design for your business. In case you weren’t totally convinced, though, maybe you’d benefit from checking out these web design statistics summarizing the average internet user’s year in browsing.
There are a lot of businesses, both big and small that have and will want to have websites that would represent their companies and personalities. This gives rise to the vast opportunities for web design businesses. For those who would want to start one without starting from scratch, a web design franchise is the most Read more »
We’re never one to shy away from darker color palettes and Human Resources MBA was the perfect opportunity to apply that. The design concept here was all about using textures—namely wood, leather, and paper—to come up with a look that meant business. On the homepage, we gave visitors four main navigation choices, and recycled the Read more »
Continuing our long-term project of designing online degree websites, we took on a specific niche in the next stint: a resource site for the Best Masters in Nursing. It’s become a pretty effective strategy to find the right photograph to convey the ideal message of sites like these, supported by a look and feel that’s Read more »
One of our latest clients asked us to build a website geared towards online degree hunters. Our response was to give Top Colleges Online a look that spelled classic and modern at the same time. The design was actually inspired by the image you see in the header (which also repeats in the footer). We Read more »
The all-new Blog Search Engine carries a cleaner, more modern and professional aesthetic, and makes sure to put the featured blogs in the spotlight by the use of prominent screenshots of their websites. Since there was going to be a lot of images on the page, we thought it best to use solid blocks of Read more »
We recently helped Geeks Are Sexy splash on a fresh coat of paint on its website. There are a few new features like the featured entries at the top, while some elements were retained in the redesign, still in their familiar spots. Behold the new Geeks Are Sexy!
Genesis has a bunch of custom filters and hooks for manipulating the layout and content of your custom WordPress site, but sometimes finding the right one isn’t so easy to do. In this case, I was trying to change the default image size on attachment pages. Turns out the answer lies not in poking around Read more »
Redesigning AppleGazette was no small feat, even though the design remains familiar to its regular customers. Visually, we had to strike a balance between paying homage to Apple’s design influence and maintaining the site’s own identity. The result is a cleaner, lighter, more streamlined, more modern approach to blog design. If there ever was a Read more »
The just-launched Recipe Finder blog was a quick exercise of designing within the confines of the web browser. Usually the first step is to construct wireframes and head to Photoshop (or Fireworks, or even Illustrator) but in this case, it was more efficient to do straight-up coding. First, the blog used graphic elements from the Read more »
We at Splashpress Media are having a re-design bash and this time Erati has been called upon, dressed in a new and exciting look. Covering news, view and reviews in the Television industry, styled with a clean look. We worked up a plan to tie together the content for a reader on the homepage so Read more »
Yes, we’re still on a redesign spree with our network websites and this time it’s Freelance Writing Jobs, completely unrecognizable from its old look. It’s lighter and shall we say more writerly—the logotype, hues, textures, and use of manicules all lend to that feeling. Much of the work went into reorganizing the homepage such that Read more »
Next up on our roster was a realignment of ForeverGeek. A realignment, you say? If you’re familiar with the old design, this new iteration still carries a similar look and layout, but with a few new touches. There are now four main sections on the homepage: Features, Games, Anime & Comics, and the Rest—color-coded so Read more »
Just a few days ago we updated the Business Logs website with a fresh new look by its new design team, Ia Lucero and Ali Hussain. The homepage now gives you easy access to everything you need to know about our company: our goal, portfolio, ideas, and how to contact us. The old design was Read more »
I often write about cool websites built on WordPress.org that you’d never know are built on a blogging application in the BusinessLogs WordPress for Business Websites series. Today, I’m going to point you in the direction of 10 websites that are built on WordPress.org that will surprise you. These sites come from large corporations, political Read more »