As 2018 rolls in, we look at what colour, typography, graphical and design trends are being predicted to appear in the New Year and beyond
Is ‘above the fold’ still an important consideration for web designers? How is it changing? And how should you build it into your website design?
Using object styles in InDesign is really useful for achieving a uniform look throughout your document – and it’s really simple to set them up.
Typefaces matter. The size, spacing, font and colour of your copy all impact the way it makes your reader feel – your choices change the visual impact.
Adding text to a photograph is really useful, particularly for your social media campaigns – the Adobe Photoshop text tool is ideal for the job.
Templates help us to create all kinds of documents quickly and simply with a professional finish. In this, WordPress is no different.
Infographics are a great way to get attention for your brand and drive visitors to your website. When done well, they are really shareable.
The gap between designer and client is blurring: today’s cloud software puts the designer’s tools in reach of everyone, does this make us all designers?
Anyone sending out HTML newsletters or making changes to their company website knows how time consuming it can be formatting a page.
What does 2017 have in store for us? Design-wise the smart money is on greenery, video and colour pops. We delve through this mixed bag.