Category: Web Development

2018: Year in Review by Green Chameleon Wins Site of the Month March

Round of applause to Green Chameleon for winning Site of the Month March with Our 2018: Year in Review, here they share the processes of creating their developer driven 3D time capsule. Thanks for all

Web Design Trends 2019: Voice Interfaces, Image Search, Fortnite, Alexa and other crazy things that are rocking our world.

Hello user ? We are delighted to present this article rounding up 2019’s web design trends in a very special way. You can read more about all the following trends in our new book “NOW.

Talk: Redefining Reality with Geoffrey Lillemon, Creative Director of W+K’s Department of New Realities

[embedded content] Geoffrey Lillemon – one of the Creative Directors of Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam’s ‘Department of New Realities joined us at awwwards Amsterdam to discuss how can we design experiences that take our perception of the

35 Web Design Portfolio Projects

Get the Beginner’s Guide to What to Put in Your Tech Portfolio Get dozens of resources, plus expert tips on how to build a KILLER portfolio even if you’re an absolute beginner. If you’re ready

Artificial Intelligence Driven Design Chapter II: Training AI with Design

Presenting Chapter II of the Brain food ebook AI Driven Design: Training AI with Design, written by Joël van Bodegraven, Product Designer at Adyen, in collaboration with Pedro Marques, Product, Machine Learning and Design at

H

How to Build a Static Portfolio Page With CSS & JavaScript

In this tutorial we’ll use all the power of flexbox and learn to build a simple, yet attractive static HTML portfolio page. We’ll also create a responsive column chart without using any external JavaScript library,

Talk: Work Hard and Play Harder with Agency of the Year Locomotive

[embedded content] Sebastien Dust and Jean-François Chainé from Agency of the Year winning Locomotive, took to the stage at awwwards conference Amsterdam to share advice on how to enhance the user experience of the websites

N

New Course: Take Your Presentations to the Next Level With Reveal.js

When we think about making a presentation, we usually reach for Keynote or PowerPoint. But there’s a very good third option: an HTML presentation framework called Reveal.js. Learn all about it in our new short

V

Vote Now for March’s Site of the Month and Win a Year’s Free Pro Plan in the Awwwards Directory!

2019 is flying by at top speed and the innovative and beautiful web projects are coming thick and fast. To see what’s hot on the web this month, have a look at this selection featuring

T

The Importance of Readability on the Web

Readability on the web has to overcome many hurdles. Even if you follow all the right conventions, the presence of digital ads, popups and click bait can all distract from the main content of your

Help! My WordPress Site Looks Different! And other tales of upgrading to 5+

In the past few weeks, several people have emailed me in various stages of panic about the new look of their WordPress admin area. They had updated to WordPress 5+, which features the brand new

The Power of Storytelling in Branding

The best writers, speakers, trainers, leaders, teachers tell stories. A brand that is engaging is easier to remember and easier to process than others in the same category. Over time, it manages to establish a

D

Developing HTML Emails Using Divs and “Ghost Tables”

HTML emails have always been developed using <table> elements, and only <table> elements. Until now. The fact is, only Microsoft Outlook requires you to use tables for HTML structure; all other email and webmail clients support the

You Need to Spend Money to Make Money (Here’s Why)

Entrepreneurs are always looking for ways to cut costs. That’s understandable. After all, cash is the lifeblood of any business, and once you run out of it, you’re done. However, it’s one thing to be

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly? 10 Features of a Good Logo

What is a logo? Basically, it is a symbol, a text, or a combination of the two that helps us identify a brand. The latter is not just a logo, it is the general way

5 Old-School Web Design Trends Nobody Misses

In today’s world we often take for granted the abundance of beautiful and responsive website designs, carefully crafted by expert UX designers to provide us with effortless and enjoyable browsing experiences. However, it wasn’t always

How to Insert and Use Animated GIFs in Email Newsletters

DesignNataly Birch • March 27, 2019 The web is teeming with websites where videos, CSS dynamic effects and WebGL-powered animations are running the show, but what about the email newsletters? In the majority of cases they

5

5 Mistakes You Are Not Allowed to Make on Your Website

Your website is your business card in the online environment. As a representative element for your business image, your website needs to look and behave impeccably in the online environment. This is a must if

A Gutenberg Tutorial for Beginner Developers: Create Your First Block Plugin

If you’re thinking of developing anything for WordPress in 2019, ignoring Gutenberg is simply not an option. Plugins and themes all have to cooperate with Gutenberg nicely and deliver a user experience that’s consistent throughout

1

17 MailChimp Templates for Every Purpose and Occasion

In this article we list 17 different MailChimp templates to help you make the most of your email marketing efforts, no matter the occasion or purpose. These templates have been selected for their amazing designs,