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November 11th, 2014   |   Posted by Helen Stark  in Project news, web design

Today’s popularity of parallax scrolling is obvious. It adds vibrancy to flat-style designs without ruining their sophisticated look. But will this trend last forever, and where should you apply it not to overload the design?

November 6th, 2014   |   Posted by Moto Editorial  in Project news, web design

The role of breadcrumb navigation is often underestimated in website design, but it performs a bunch of useful functions on a website. Among the benefits of this navigation type are better user experience, simplicity in site browsing and attracting users’ attention.

November 4th, 2014   |   Posted by Helen Stark  in MotoDigest

Tons of useful posts come and go on Web everyday. Some of them get lost among other hackneyed stuff but there are a few true diamonds that should be saved for future use. Here is a collection of the best articles and posts from various web design resources.

October 30th, 2014   |   Posted by Ann Davlin  in web design

Your website might look great, but does it really work well for people who visit it? Here you’ll face 10 bad user experience elements that may hurt your online business.

October 28th, 2014   |   Posted by Helen Stark  in web design

Image optimization plays a critical part in web design. Today, when the Web becomes responsive, good optimization is even more important. Here I tested 8 of the most popular free online tools for image compression. Let’s see what outcome I’ve got.

October 23rd, 2014   |   Posted by Moto Editorial  in web design

What is the most important section of a SAAS website? Of course it’s pricing plans. Let’s learn some tips for better pricing page designs.

October 21st, 2014   |   Posted by Helen Stark  in web design

Studies claim that most of Internet users don’t read on the web, they just scan the page. And keeping user’s attention is now a task! However, we think organizing a user-friendly web page layout may improve UX and make visitors stay longer with the website.

October 16th, 2014   |   Posted by Ann Davlin  in web design

Do site visitors trust you enough to come back again? Let’s look into your website trustworthiness to be sure that it’s ok.

October 14th, 2014   |   Posted by Helen Stark  in web design

Photography is a huge trend today. Its key concepts and tricks may be used by other visual artists like graphic and web designers. Here are a few basic suggestions on what web designers may learn from photographers.

October 9th, 2014   |   Posted by Helen Stark  in web design

Typography is a key element in website design as well as color choice and layout structure. Fonts and typefaces appear on the Web daily and it’s sometimes hard to find the right font or typeface for your project. This set of awesome infographics on typography history, classification and basic principles will help you to get more info on this design element.

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