Over the last 40 years or so, it seems that society has become fascinated by the art hacking. Of course, the nefarious kind is always of concern when it comes to security. But it’s not all bad. Many hackers use their skills to actually improve security and work on projects that are otherwise fun or beneficial to society.
One of the more fascinating things that happen to us in adulthood is the emerging feeling of nostalgia. We think about the TV shows we watched, the games we played and the places we visited. Even if you didn’t care much for something at the time, the memories are nonetheless enjoyable.
Want to make a dramatic entrance? Want to warm up visitors before astounding them with your staggering animations, experiments with high-end libraries or just ingenious design? Then you should probably set your eyes on a splash screen.
Infographics are one of those elements that have become equally popular in both print and web design. Regardless of the medium, these graphics help readers to better understand a concept or process. At their best, infographics take something complicated and turn them into a highly visual, yet simplified experience.
Everyone who collects subscribers and regularly runs email campaigns can benefit from sending out festive greetings. It is customary to congratulate your devoted users by presenting them with bonuses, discounts, special offers or other unique material.
You designed a new website, and you’re excited about it. You spent hours poring over the smallest details–finding just the perfect font, moving that icon down two pixels and over one, concocting a pleasantly eccentric color palette. What an incredibly perfect Sketch file, you think: Are there museums for this?