Typography is an extremely important part of web design, but unfortunately many new designers often fail to appreciate just how crucial a role it can play. As such it is
Author Bio: Tomer Lerner is an award-winning designer and a UX Manager at Webydo – the code-free website design platform for professional designers – where he manages the UX development
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Cover Image by Taryn Web design has come a long way in the past few years. Full-screen videos on homepages, responsive high-resolution slideshows, and phones with more internet-based functions than
Creativity manifests in the smallest details that often go unnoticed, but they make a huge impact on the viewer. Such details are fonts, whose importance in visual arts is undeniable.
Typography can have a huge impact on the style and message of a design. Big, obvious differences – like whether it’s a hand-drawn, elegant script, a big bolded fun, rounded
Today, you can find that the majority of web designers are seen trying typography using CSS. Though you have the choice of trying sIFR or by simply using the images