Responsive

The basics for modern web development

Modern web development: the basics

The trends driving web development are moving away from static web presences and heading increasingly in the direction of interactive content. Even though languages like HTML and CSS still rule the roost, a growing number of developers prefer the server-side programming language, PHP, for dynamic websites. Client-side script languages like JavaScript make it possible for a site to react to user...

Responsive design and font: typography tips

Responsive typography: finding the perfect font

Since the introduction of web fonts, designers have enjoyed a massive increase in options for responsive typography. Their scalability means these fonts are displayed perfectly on every device, making these a perfect solution for responsive design. With thousands of free web fonts available from multiple online platforms, it’s now easier than ever before to find the perfect font for your website....

Tools for a responsive website check

Responsive Test: 8 free tools for responsive web design

A website should always be extensively checked before going live. Testing a website is already a demanding task, and adding a responsive design test to the mix helps you ensure that your site’s flawlessly displayed for different screen resolutions. Free responsive design tools can help with this. We’ll show you 8 free tools here.

Responsive design and font: CSS Commands

Typography in responsive web design - part 3: technical implementation with CSS

Responsive typography is a much-neglected aspect of responsive web design, but it’s actually surprisingly easy to create a responsive design for both headlines and main text. So what’s the secret? Find out in part three of our series, as we give you a run-down of the implementation of a responsive font and share tips on how to embed CSS commands into your web presence.

Web design: online user-friendliness

The basics of web design - part 2: user-friendliness

The layout and use of a website is often quite intuitive, even upon your first visit there. Conventional design patterns ensure quick usability and are not employed without reason: these common practices and standards guarantee smooth functionality for a website. Every web designer should be familiar with what exactly these practices entail and how to optimally integrate them into their web...

Webdesign trends

The eight web design trends that are important for 2018

What are the web design trends of 2018? A glance into the crystal ball shows us that for web designers key features, such as excellent user friendliness, are at the top of the list this year. Good usability and valuable content build the basic framework for successful website design. We have laid out the most important trends for you here.

Responsive design and font: the basics

Responsive typography - part 1: the basics

The evolution of responsive web design has had a huge effect on typography, and the appearance of a text now needs to be adjustable to any device. Responsive typography therefore needs flexible, adaptable fonts to ensure maximum readability. Learn more in our overview of font in responsive web design.

WordPress themes: The best designs for your website

The most popular WordPress themes

If you’re looking for a theme for your WordPress website, you certainly are spoiled for choice. More than 5,000 free options alone are available to users on WordPress.org. In addition, there are countless themes distributed by third-party websites – partially at a fee. So how can you be sure you’ve made the right choice? In this guide, we introduce you to some options and deliver an overview of...

YAML: The lean CSS framework for experts

YAML: The standard-compliant basic framework for universal web projects

If you want to develop a new web application, you have the choice between writing your code completely from scratch or relying on frameworks. This code collection contains an application-ready skeleton which you can then adapt to fit your own ideas. The CSS framework YAML, for example, provides a responsive framework structure that’s already optimized for various browsers and devices.

Website navigation

Good website navigation: How to increase web usability

Want to make your website more attractive for customers? With a well thought out website navigation structure and a few basic optimizations, you can win plus points not just with users, but also with search engines. A good overview, an appealing design, and useful content will all go a long way towards making your website the first port of call for your target group. Here you can find out how this...