PICTOGRAMS, IDEOGRAMS, ICONS & LOGOS
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Have you heard the one about the pictogram, the ideogram, the icon and the logo? They all appeared on a sign together and everybody was lost, insulted and confused! What makes pictograms, ideograms, icons or logos so effective can also be their undoing, resulting in unconvincing messages when applied carelessly. … Read More

20 ADOBE MUSE WIDGETS
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Adobe Muse is an acknowledged website builder that provides all the necessary tools to create professional websites with eye-catching designs. With its help, you can quickly build a website without having to write any code lines! Here you can find 20 best Muse widgets that will extend the functionalities of … Read More

ART NOUVEAU
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Art nouveau is an international style in architecture and design that emerged in the 1890s and is characterised by sinuous lines and flowing organic shapes based on plant forms… If you’ve been to Paris or seen it in photos, you’ll recognize the swirling, plant-like gates, with their distinctive lettering, that … Read More

INFOGRAPHICS: 10 TIPS & TRICKS
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Infographics are graphic visual representations of data and information. They are very useful when you need to explain complex information, numbers or data in quick and effective manner. Infographics can be pretty hard to design, so here are some great tips for creating effective infographics. Also, there are lots of … Read More

POPULAR SCREEN SIZES for WEB DESIGN
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Current desktop screen resolutions in use in worldwide is as below. This table can be your guideline for your media queries. Screen Width Smallest Screen height In Use Worldwide 1024 px 768 px 3% 1280 px 800 px 11% 1360 px 768 px 2% 1366 px 768 px 35% 1440 … Read More

WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN A FONT & A TYPEFACE?
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A typeface is the collective name of a family of related fonts (such as Times New Roman), while fonts refer to the weights, widths, and styles that constitute a typeface (such as Times New Roman Regular, Italic, Bold, etc.). Not all typefaces consist of multiple fonts however. Most people use … Read More

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