March 3, 2015

Style Tiles: A Design Teaser, Not the Homepage

Did anybody else weigh in on the colour of that dress that kept popping up across the social media channels last week? Was it blue and black, or was it gold and white? How did you see it? Turns out it was blue and black. Go figure. Taylor Swift was right. Regardless of the correct […]

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March 4, 2014

Indispensability of Responsive Web Design and Development

Hey there! We have a newer article on this topic. Check out Mobile Web Design: What it Is and Why It Matters. Did you know that 40% of visitors abandon a website if it takes more than three seconds to load (Source: Econsultancy). Imagine what they’ll do when your content doesn’t fit the screen. There […]

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February 7, 2014

SVG Files Enhance Web System Performance

We’re constantly exploring new ways to design and deliver truly flexible web presence. As we deepen our experience of flat design to make modern, screen-agnostic web systems, we style and script SVG files for more resolution-independent online graphics. Scalable vector graphics (SVG) allow my team to create clean, precise and dynamic graphics and graphical applications […]

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December 10, 2013

Flat-designed Buttons Push Us into the Future

The future of our adaptive Web is flat design, but is anyone truly ready for the future? Flat design is simple execution. Bold use of solid colours and uncomplicated gradients. Clear typography. Clean lines, not bevels or skeuomorphic nuances. Ultimately, it’s the minimalist’s approach to web system design. More than minimalists prefer flat design because […]

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June 6, 2013

Responsive Web Design: What Happens Next?

How do we make sure that what we design today will work on tomorrow’s devices? This is the question that responsive web design seeks to answer. It can’t be easily answered, but it does encourage designers to ask more serious questions before building sites specifically for today’s display screens. The bigger question is this: How do we create […]

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May 22, 2013

Fast and Flat: Web Design for Speed Optimization

With the advent of HD screens and Retina Displays, web designers and developers work tirelessly to make sites accessible, functional and informative. Some of us may cling to the heavy graphics and layers we were taught to create, but those on-screen elements are no longer working on the mobile web. Gone are the days where web […]

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