For many years, it seemed like columns were one of the toughest layout challenges web designers faced. It often took various hacks, such as clearfixes, to get them aligned and looking good.
The web has come a long way from dial-up Internet and GeoCities pages. Websites are now fully responsive and accessible from touchscreen devices. But modern browsers have taken things even further beyond “mainstream” web design.
In the past, the admin section of a web application tended to be built solely for functionality, with not much, if any at all, consideration for its design. Thankfully things are changing. Powerful functionality and beautiful design, especially over the last few years, have been merging nicely. And with the massive rise in popularity of the Bootstrap framework, creating a beautiful and functional admin panel has never been easier.
We’re all familiar with desktop coding software and web IDEs. These feature syntax highlighting to make writing code & debugging easier.
You can save loads of development time by working with frontend UI kits. The most popular is Bootstrap although far too many homogeneous sites rely on that framework.
Using a quality responsive CSS framework can give you a nice head start on any web design project. Some, like Bootstrap, are a bit bloated with excess code while others require a fairly steep learning curve.
Designing a responsive layout doesn’t need to be difficult. Especially if you initially wireframe to plan ahead and figure out exactly what you’re creating.
You can do some pretty crazy stuff with SVGs. It’s possible for developers to code graphics onto a page without any image files just using the SVG & canvas feature.
The pricing page is a staple for any online shop. It’s used for SaaS products, service companies, and eCommerce shops all around the web.
Every site should include some social buttons to increase sharing on the web. But the default sharing buttons are not that great and they’re each styled differently based on the brand of the networks.
CSS content cards are a great way to organize listings of blog posts, products, services or just about any repetitive content. When well-designed, each individual card can stand out from the list and is easy to read. The use of additional effects like hover states and image filters can enhance things ever further.
Every website usually needs some type of form, whether it’s a checkout page or a simple contact page.
CSS Image Filters are a simple, lightweight method of adding some unique looks to your site’s images. Effects that once were the sole realm of image editors like Photoshop can now be achieved through CSS.
There are quite literally hundreds upon hundreds of free CV or resume templates readily available to download online, in every conceivable format and covering every possible profession. Those templates are OK, they are professional enough, but there are two things that they lack: originality and creativity.