Designing a logo needs an artistic mind for it to be spectacular and eye-catching. Once you designed it well, it wouldn’t be hard for you to advertise it since your potential audience will be the one to promote it the moment it catches their eye. Our post for today is one of the amazing subjects of logo designing – negative space. The concept of negative space is when the space around the subject not the subject itself creates an artistic and captivating, significant shape.

When you develop a website, you have to make sure that you have a systematized, well-structured layout in organizing your contents the shortest way and time possible. That is, if you want your clients to come back frequently to offer you more projects to work on. Time is money. Grid system offers web designers a faster way of structuring contents while coherency is preserved. With this tool, designers are given a pre-made structure for their layout that maximizes time in designing the other elements of web development aside from layout.

Since we love minimal web designs, today’s post is associated to our previous topic – 50 Most Outstanding Free Fonts for Minimal Web Design. Minimalism can be defined as the absence of complex concepts and contains only important information. Minimalist websites exemplifies brevity and simplicity yet comprehensive and useful enough to the audience. Hence, minimalist website can attest that “less is more!”.

Icons are one of the fundamental components of Graphical User Interface (GUI). In web applications, icons serve as an intuitive representation of hypertext links and quick navigation from a web page to another. Creating icons can be very protracted since certain design specifications are to be considered such as its color, shape, design, size and scalability.

One of the hottest topics in the web industry nowadays is the birth of responsive web design. Responsive web design is a method of designing a website that responds to user’s behavior and automatically adjusts its size to diverse mediums such as tablets, smart phones, netbooks and monitors.