Author Archives: Helga

Interactive Charts – When Words are Feeble, Use the Power of Images

Show Summary | Posted on by Helga | Category: infographics

The blog post will acquaint you with types of interactive charts, tell you about the term in general and spheres of charts application in particular. Moreover, at the end of the blog post you’ll find a list of helpful tools, libraries, galleries and plugins for creation of your own interactive charts. Continue reading

Free Breadcrumb Navigation Elements – Give the Users an Easy Way to Backoff

Show Summary | Posted on by Helga | Category: Usability, User Interface

Here you will find some free breadcrumb navigation elements to incorporate into your website. This way your visitors would always know where they are and how to step back to the important information they have already passed. Continue reading

An In-Depth Look at Requirements Gathering and Analysis in Website Design

Show Summary | Posted on by Helga | Category: web design tips

The article reflects author’s thoughts and in depth look at requirements gathering and analysis in website design. It contains indisputable arguments on requirements gathering and analysis necessity during the process of creation a website meeting the needs of all involved parties. Continue reading

Top 20 Free Adobe Illustrator Tutorials of 2013

Show Summary | Posted on by Helga | Category: Tutorials

The article is a compilation of top 20 Free Adobe Illustrator Tutorials released in 2013. They will help you improve your skills and get more experience in web design field. Continue reading

35 Creative iPhone Cases for Designers – Pimp Up Your Phone

Show Summary | Posted on by Helga | Category: inspiration

The entry contains 35 Creative iPhone Cases for Designers. Make your iPhone a unique artwork, stimulating and inspiring you during the working day. Continue reading

Negative Space Logos. Drawing Less – Telling More…

Show Summary | Posted on by Helga | Category: Logos

The article showcases first-rate logos based on solid single color background. Their designs involve negative space to convey more complicated ideas using common set of tools and a bit of imagination. In short, it’s a showcase of awesome negative space logos. Continue reading

Need More Emphasis? Use Animated Typography (Giddy Examples & Free Fonts Included)

Show Summary | Posted on by Helga | Category: Typography

The blog post covers the definition and process of animated typography creation. It features 20 mind blowing examples of kinetic typography. The article is finished by three absolutely free and marvelous animated fonts. Continue reading

Google Panda – Steps to Avoid its Negative Impact

Show Summary | Posted on by Helga | Category: Usability

Google Panda was introduced by Google in February 2011 to help its searches to differentiate between top-quality and low quality sites. In general, Google Panda is Google’s search algorithm that flicks poor or irrelevant content and ensures high-quality content relevant to the user’s search term.  Continue reading

Superhero Posters – Weepy Stories in Past/Present Series

Show Summary | Posted on by Helga | Category: inspiration, Posters

The entry features Past/Present Series of Superhero Posters created by Californian artist Khoa Ho. Non standard approach of the developer lets the viewer penetrate into popular superheros’ stories, that consequently made them the adorable characters they are at present. Continue reading

Where to Get Basic UX Training? See Sites & Resources

Show Summary | Posted on by Helga | Category: Usability

The article contains explanation on what user experience is together with helpful list of solid websites and resources where one can get basic and advanced UX training. Continue reading