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Category: Web Design

beginner web design tutorials

Websites, today, must work well on desktop and mobile devices. They should also be easy to use, aesthetically pleasing, tell a story and earn the trust of a target audience. Web designers create the design and layout of web pages using both creative and technical skills. These simple, fun tutorials will help you explore web design and better understand how websites work.

Subtle Animations with CSS & JavaScript: Beginner Tutorial

Are you curious about adding subtle animations to your website? Not sure if you know enough about CSS and JavaScript to pull it off? Then this beginner web design tutorial is for you.

5 Questions Hasty Website Visitors Ask [INFOGRAPHIC]

Are you the owner of an online store? You’ll be glad to know the 5 questions that your website visitors ask themselves the moment they land on your site. See your website from their point-of-view. They’ll inspire you to make your small business website a bit more visitor-friendly.

How Technology is Shaking up the Future of Web Design

Interested in web design? Let’s take a glimpse at this fast-changing profession and see what’s “shaking up” its future.

10 Reader-Friendly Tweaks for Thumbs-Up Website Ratings

You’ve spent many hours planning your website. Now your visitors arrive. You figure that your extensive experience, exceptional service and testimonials will persuade them to choose your business over your competitors. But your content-rich site may be missing one key ingredient: readability.

NH Web Design Trends in 2016

Let’s take a peek at 10 websites. They belong to popular web design companies in New Hampshire. How are they keeping up with the demands of the mobile-device oriented, social media savvy consumers of today? Let’s find out.

CSS3 Media Queries: Simple Gotchas & Easy Fixes

If you are a web designer, trying to figure out what the heck has gone wrong in your responsive web design, you may find the answer in this tutorial. It could be a CSS3 media query mistake so simple that you’ve just overlooked it.