Author Archives: Joanna Krenz-Kurowska

An introduction to HTML and CSS for designers

As a graphic designer, you’re probably aware of the ever-evolving relationship between design and technology. This is especially true for those focusing on web design. In this industry, we need to have a basic understanding of how our carefully crafted mockups become live web pages. When we understand the basics of this process (and it’s limitations),... Read More

May 17th By

Responsive typography: a quest for flexible typesetting

With the rise of responsive websites, it’s important to look at how web typography is changing, and where it’s headed. In this article, we’re going to start with the basics of typography, and explain solutions web designers can use while dealing with responsive typography. Typography units from past to computer Ancient units presented on Vitruvian... Read More

April 24th By

Web design trends for 2013

Predicting the future is always a risky venture, and there is no precise method that allows you to define the future trends of web design. But… we can try. We’ve determined the directions of web design based on our observation of what types of design solutions are gaining popularity. Many web design trends occur due to... Read More

February 21st By

Responsive web design: Key tips and approaches

Some time ago, designers knew the exact dimensions of work they were commissioned to do whether it be a book cover, poster, newspaper, etc. However, with the emergence of smart phones, iPads and other monitors with different sizes, aspect ratios and resolutions, we’ve lost control of our visual borders. It’s not surprising that responsive web design... Read More

December 3rd By




Web design process in 7 steps

Web design is a bit like running a marathon. You are constantly perfecting your design until you reach the finish line and are greeted with a happy client. The design’s success depends on how well you combine elements — lines, fonts, colors and textures — to communicate a company’s mission. The attention to details is extremely important... Read More

June 27th By