Web-design wireframes should be wireframes — a way of presenting ideas quickly, not a blueprint or the finished article.
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By providing a feedback loop, you can make measurable progress with your web design.
Web design frameworks can be useful tools but be wary of adding too much bloat to your website app.
There is a welcome and wide-scale adoption of grids in website creation, particularly with the advent of responsive web design. But don’t be too hasty in squeezing your designs.
A number of innovative interface features are gradually improving our collective user experience of software.
Rather than using WYSIWYG editors to build websites, they could be put to better use as rapid prototyping tools.
With typing a major culprit in bad user experiences, the day of keyboardless smartphone can't come soon enough.
Images for responsive web design are a big issue. We want high-resolution images but we also want to preserve bandwidth. So what's the way forward?
In these mobile and bandwidth-conscious times, vector graphics have made a surprising and welcome renaissance in the form of icon fonts.
When some web developers are thinking about adding features, what they really should be focusing on is stripping back and doing the simple thing well.