19 Social Media Practices in Video

Do you know what social media is? Do you understand what social media can do for a brand? How do you see online objectives in relation to social media strategy? Shall we separate social media from other online channels? 

Know Which Fonts to Use Where

In web design, fonts fall into three groups: The somewhat plain-looking fonts that come with your computer, fonts you can download for free, and the really nice but pricey fonts available for purchase on font sites.

Depixelizing Pixel Art

In a new research paper, Microsoft’s Johannes Kopf and The Hebrew University’s Dani Lischinski describe a new algorithmic method for converting pixel art into smooth vectors.

Porsche on the Hunt of Digital Agency

Porsche, manufacturer of high-performance luxury cars, is looking for a digital agency to handle its digital advertising work.

The Basic Rules of Mobile Web Design

Interaction on mobile web is done via finger taps, not mouse clicks. This creates a very different dynamic in terms of usability.

6 Fonts You Really Need to Stop Using

Some are hard to read, some are overused, some are just plain stupid. Here are 6 most hated fonts in the planet, Omeoo version.

Use Fonts Effectively

We’ve seen millions of fonts available to use, but we can only pick a few web browser safe fonts for our web design (at least until all browsers fully support CSS3). Yeah, web safe fonts are boring but the most important thing is they appear fine in user’s end.

Learn Good Web Designing by Visiting Bad Ones

Why bad website exist? Because without bad website, there won’t be any good website exists. Imagine all websites are good. They wouldn’t be called good website anymore. They’re just website. Not only that, by experiencing bad website, we know what we shouldn’t do when we design our own website. This maybe is a better way… Continue reading Learn Good Web Designing by Visiting Bad Ones

Little Favicon, Big Awareness

It’s amazing what a 16×16 pixel favicon (favorite icon) can do to strengthen brand awareness. Favicon is that little icon that shows up next to the website title at the address bar or tab bar. This little thing can do so much in representing your website or brand. It can appear everywhere. The most common… Continue reading Little Favicon, Big Awareness

Improve Readability

Web content itself isn’t enough to make maximum readability. Web design and layout also play their role in optimizing web readability. Be very careful if you use graphic image as background. If you don’t actually need it, better use plain background. It’s much easier for eye to read text on plain background than the one… Continue reading Improve Readability