Categories Archives: Web Design

Stripped To The Bone: Minimalist Web Design

I pulled this article off Sitepoint. As web standards change, we as developers must change as well. The days of scrolling marquees and standard web colors are far over. Take a look for yourself and enjoy. “In web design, minimalism refers to the use of the smallest amount of images, colors, shapes, values and lines. […]

When is a website past its prime?

You remember it well: that day back in the late 1990s, when your company’s website first went live. It looked hi-tech at the time, and you were so proud to have graduated to the Internet. Here’s a fair question: How many times since then have you refreshed the graphics or content on your website? Some […]

Custom Web Service vs. Template Sites: A Fight to the Death (Part 1)

So you are trying to get yourself a website and you have a couple of options. First you look at signing up for one of those template “do-it-yourself’ sites because it’s a little cheaper, but you’re half way into it and you realize that you have no idea what you’re doing and you could really […]

Good Design, Now What? (from Design Shack)

Check out this article posted on Design Shack. It’s a great resource for designers in their client communication and in their own self-revelation when faced with some of the more difficult issues around design manipulation and client education. Really great! “Good Design, Now What?” (written by Paravel Design in March 2009) “Here at Design Shack, […]