Cheat sheets are amazingly handy quick reference resources that are time saving and educational, so we should probably all use them at one time or another.
CSS3 and HTML5 have been around a while now, and we are seeing more and more websites built on them without the need for Flash.
Designing a logo is one of the most important parts of website design, and if you are charged with that task, you may need a little inspiration or some technique tips to get you started.
Videos have been used in website design for many years, but previously they have been mainly for informative purposes.
Pinterest definitely started a trend with it’s grid or card-based layout design, and many have followed in their footsteps.
SVG, or Scalable Vector Graphic, is an image file format that is growing in popularity. They are actually a simple text file that holds coordinates which map out shapes and, therefore, make an image.
‘Hero area’ is a fairly new term in website design, but a well tried and tested part of print design and it has been for years.
Before we go into the CSS attribute selectors let’s take a step back. I don’t know how familiar any of you are with all of this but I’m sure you’re at least familiar with basic HTML attributes.
Although the user experience field is relatively new and is still developing, UX-ers already have plenty of methods and techniques in their toolbox. So let’s now go through the extensive list of UX research methods, have a brief overview of each method and understand the type of questions they answer.