We animate the hamburger icon, which gives access to the responsive menu using transformations and CSS pseudo elements along with HTML, and turning the element into a new menu close icon that improves the UX in case the user wants to return to the previous view.
If you are not familiar with the bounce rate yet, this is your post, as we will explain exactly what it is and how you can reduce it effectively so that your web is much more attractive for your users, visitors and / or buyers.
Today we enlarge our stock of image with 4 more that surely contribute creativity to your project! There is something for everyone, have you found your favourite? 😉
The Google Fonts are here! In this case we take combinations between the same families, so that we see their versatility and how they can print character to our project. Which one do you prefer?
Each of the elements of the web should be designed independently but without losing sight of the fact that it participates in a set, which in the end is the one that has to works. Today we talk about colour on the web with some tips to print colour to those elements.
As promised, we share with you new tools for designers that will help you in your work and will give you inspiration in those moments when you need it;)
Sometimes even though we have a lot of experience as designers, tools are always necessary and very useful as they can make life easier and help us. Today we share 6 of these tools of many types!
Icons are an element that is very present in the web and that also help us navigate through it. In this way, we cannot leave their design to chance, but we must have it very clear. Today we give you some tips to make the icons of your web succeed! 😉
After the recent compatibility of CSS Grid with the latest versions of the most used browsers, it stands as an alternative to Flexbox. Therefore, we will see some details that differentiate one from another by a small example, to be able to check their differences and how they can fit better our needs.
With this infographic we can discover in a visual way how to combine colours with the chromatic circle and define our colour palette. 😉
One of the trends we are talking about in this New Year is simplicity; so today we will talk about how to print that minimalism on our website.
One of the best ways to give visibility to your blog posts is to advertise it on different social networks, although sometimes it can get lost among all the traffic that occurs in them. For this reason, another option is to send a newsletter to your subscribers, a process that we can automate thanks to MailChimp and WordPress.
Do you need help to get started with MailChimp? We guide you through the process of creating your first subscription list, how to insert a form in your blog, and how to design a campaign for your newsletter to be attractive to your subscribers.
This is going to be an exciting year as far as trends in web design are concerned. We will see how the form and tools of the designer and web designer work with the latest CSS specifications and where to find inspiration for new projects.