How To Choose A Headless CMS

Web pages, such as the one you’re reading now, have text, images, videos and other assets to bring information to you. This data would be collated and authored in a Web Content Management System (WCMS) by a content editor. WCMSes have gone through an evolution moving from a Traditional CMS to a Decoupled CMS to…

How to Upload a Google HTML Verification File to WordPress and Boost Your SEO

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is essential for getting your WordPress website the traffic it deserves.  SEO has become such an integral part of creating a successful site that today there’s an entire industry of agencies and specialists dedicated to helping businesses improve their SEO. If your website is going to reach the widest possible audience,…

Dealing With Your Ego as a Designer

A fundamental difference between programming intensive web-development work and graphic-focused web design is that everyone – client to business associates – has an opinion and an alternative vision for the latter. The technically-steep learning curve of coding tends to elicit few opinions and observations, simply because only a handful of clients actually possess the technical…

15 Inspiring Examples of Subtly Animated Logos in Web Design

You’ve probably noticed the subtly animated logo Fubiz released with their recently launched website redesign, or the hidden Easter egg within the new CSS-Tricks logo, or even the non-looping animated logo on David Stanfield’s site. Typically, animated logos have been used mainly in videos, but most recently, we’re seeing these subtly and beautifully animated logos…

The 15 Best Free Calligraphy Fonts

A designer can never have enough fonts in their toolbox, especially calligraphy fonts that are all the rage now. Calligraphy fonts add a touch of elegance to any design project, not to mention they are also great for expressing personality and character. Moreover, calligraphy fonts can be used in a variety of projects, from logos…