Design

Nokia 8110 ‘banana phone’ made famous by ‘The Matrix’ returns for $97… with 4G internet

A new version of the iconic Nokia 8110 with 4G internet was launched on Sunday. First released in 1996, the Nokia 8110 was often referred to as the “banana phone” due to its distinctive curved shape and was used by Keanu Reeves’ character Neo in the 1999 movie “The Matrix.” HMD Global, a start-up made  Continue Reading…

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Breaking The Grid Without Breaking Design

Symmetry is safe. It’s comfortable, non-threatening, and aesthetically pleasing. It can also be very dull. Using ‘asymmetrical balance’ can make things more interesting while still sticking to a grid to keep things ordered. In design, as in so many other things, the higher the risks the greater the potential rewards. Symmetry has long been considered  Continue Reading…

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Ten Tips On Typography in Web Design

Communication plays a vital role in design — it’s essential to establish a clear connection between the website and user and to help your users accomplish their goals. When we talk about communication in web design context, we usually mean text. Typography plays a vital role in this process: “More than 95% percent of information  Continue Reading…

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20 of the best rebrands that got it right

When a company announces a rebrand, the design world sits in eager anticipation. Why? Because we know a rebrand isn’t simply a shiny new logo. It involves a strategic overhaul that can completely transform public perception. For better or worse! Change can be surprising and divisive—especially if it’s a brand you already know and love.  Continue Reading…

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What’s the Difference Between UI and UX? What to Tell Your Client if They Ask You This

Whether we like it or not, “what’s the difference between UI and UX” is a very common question. I would even risk saying that it’s among the very first questions people ask when they are introduced to the terms “UX” and “UI.” “Both start with the letter U, right? So how different can they be?” Well, very. But  Continue Reading…

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