With over 80% of internet users owning a smartphone and 50% of those owners grabbing it immediately upon waking up (according to both Smart Insights and Express Pigeon, respectively), it’s no wonder that more and more businesses are strengthening their marketing strategies...Read More Why You Need Mobile Mock-Ups
When I worked as a freelancer, I loved creating new brands. However, I found it to be time-consuming after a while to maintain multiple brands and their requests for different flyers or social media ads. I stumbled upon Canva and it helped...Read More Using Canva for Your Website Projects
WordPress themes are very popular with users of this open-source platform primarily because the theme defines the look and feel of your website and the functions within the template carry your content forward to the eyes of your readers. In October 2012, WebDevStudios...Read More Oh, the WordPress Themes You’ll Do!
Style Guides can offer a lot of value to your organization’s digital presence and even reduce cost associated with design and development time. We’re going to talk about why you need one, but first we need to talk about what a Style...Read More Why Your Organization Needs a Style Guide
The trend in web design lately, among other things, is the use of large, high-quality, professionally-produced imagery. This is because images improve the visual appeal of your company’s website and can help effectively tell your company’s story. Uwishunu has done an excellent...Read More Effectively Using Images to Tell Your Company’s Story
The design process from start to finish is different for each designer, but it’s important to remember that you’re designing for the client and their users and not for design’s sake. Utilize current trends in web and app design in moderation, but...Read More 10 Questions You Should Ask Your Clients Before You Start a Redesign
WebDevStudios recently completed a challenging, yet very satisfying, WordPress project for The Comeback, a popular sports fan website. Among many duties, our team was tasked with rebuilding the Feature 5 grid functionality and extending it to support multiple grids, archive pages, and update styling. These...Read More Rebuilding the Feature 5 Grid to Create More Than a Comeback
I have been coding CSS almost daily for over 10 years. I don’t say that to try and establish supremacy, but merely to give some context to the subsequent observations. There are quite a few days I still feel more like a...Read More Evolution of CSS: Becoming a CSS Composer