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What does the future hold this year for Web UI / UX?

What does the future hold this year for Web UI / UX?

A new year is upon us, and we take a look at some interesting web design / development trends and where the next niche might take us. With strong, obvious technologies such as Mobile, responsive design, prototyping, and design patterns, our friends at Zazzle provide…

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Minimalist Web Design

Minimalist Web Design

These days modern web design and development are borrowing more from a minimalist ideology of negative space, focused user interaction, and simplistic interfaces and user experience. Why? This article explores some of the reasons for this important shift. When it comes to minimalism, don’t think…

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Web Design is NOT Dead

Web Design is NOT Dead

Let’s face it – Mobile has become a dominant force for information on the web. Apps, app stores, multi-touch OS, responsive design – these are new key metrics in the ever-morphing screen size landscape. But the question remains – is traditional web design (websites in…

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YouTube says “So Long, Flash”…

YouTube says “So Long, Flash”…

As part of the push to put Flash into the background, YouTube says it is also deprecating its option to embed YouTube videos as Flash objects. The site offers its iFrame embeds instead, which allow YouTube to decide on the fly whether to use HTML5-…

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WordPress, holy grail CMS, but imperfect.

WordPress, holy grail CMS, but imperfect.

When I first started my journey down the web development road the tools of the day (circa. 2001) were simple and crude – a plain text editor, a browser, and some image editing software, and general knowledge of HTML is all one basically needed. Static,…

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