Whitespaces- A must-have design element for enhancing website usability

By: admin    |    On:03/19/15 8:59 PM    |    No Comments »
white space The world of web design is evolving at a faster rate, making the emergence and fading away of different web design trends. Originally coined in the print design industry, whitespace is a design element which has gathered a tremendous amount of recognition among website designers residing in different parts of the world. Keep on reading this post as I’ll be unveiling everything about whitespaces and their role in enhancing the overall usability of the website. What are Whitespaces? Popularly known as negative spaces, white spaces are basically the portions of a web page which have been left unmarked or blank. [...] Continue Reading...

The Most Embarrassing Designing Mistakes You Should Be Aware of

By: admin    |    On:03/12/15 9:04 PM    |    No Comments »
web design Designing a website can be a Herculean task, but the real challenge is how to make it useful and pleasing in the eyes of its visitors. The problem with most of the web designers is that they follow only what is “trending in”. They often forget that it’s the users and their needs which should be their priority. Once you enter into a creative field there are a lot of things that you shouldn’t do. Giving away usability and experience in front of creativity is what that most of the web designers often do. This can have a serious impact [...] Continue Reading...

WordPress Post Meta: What Is It and How You Can Use It?

By: admin    |    On:03/5/15 9:31 AM    |    No Comments »
wordpress custom fields By default, WordPress allows users to create two types of content: Posts and Pages. Essentially, the content of both pages as well as posts is written in the form of paragraph in the WordPress visual editor. But, what if you need to add more content (i.e. custom content) to your pages and posts? For instance, the titles of your WordPress post may seem boring to you, as you’re only limited to, adding text to the post titles and cannot add any link or HTML to them. This is where WordPress’ post meta come in handy. It helps to spice post [...] Continue Reading...