Posts categorized as: Web Design

30 Personal Websites of Musicians and Performers for Design Inspiration

by Jake Rocheleau

November 21, 2014 in Web Design

I’ve found that the most interesting websites often focus around very specific topics. In the case of entertainers, musicians, actors, and performers, their websites are a networking tool for communication and selling their product(s). Anyone working in the entertainment industry should have a usable website offering all the necessities of their talents.

For anyone who needs a bit of inspiration or just wants to check out some great examples look no further than your computer screen. This gallery features an assortment of personal websites for entertainers and musicians from all over the world. Notice how these websites don’t often need a wide assortment of various pages. Showcasing the person’s talents, upcoming shows, bio and press/contact details is enough for a solid foundation.

Lily Allen

lily allen official performance website

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Current Design Trends for Digital Shops and E-commerce Websites

by Jake Rocheleau

November 10, 2014 in Web Design

Great web design requires research to pinpoint some of the more popular styles of building layouts. eCommerce is an ever-expanding field which can earn webmasters a lot of money through digital or physical products. Especially when you compare earnings to advertising revenue for small or mid-sized websites.

featured image laptop ecommerce shop website design

In this post I’d like to share some examples and design ideas for creating modern online webshops and eCommerce layouts. The goal is to make a few sales or at least make an impression on visitors so they might return in the future. It’s definitely a competitive market, but by learning what works you can apply better design techniques into your website for higher conversions and greater profits.

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27 Clean & Responsive Design Agency Website Layouts

by Jake Rocheleau

November 4, 2014 in Web Design

How much more can be said about responsive web design? It’s simple, efficient, and really just the bee’s knees dripping with succulent user experience nectar. I’ve found more designers are pushing for responsive design because it solves the problem of every mobile device and monitor resolution.

This inspiration gallery is focused on creative design agencies which employ responsive layouts. If any type of company should understand the importance of user experience it would be creative studios. For anyone building their own studio this post should offer a blend of unique ideas worth testing in your own website design.

Legwork Studio

legwork studio creative design layout

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Creating Useful Breakpoints in Responsive Layouts

by Jake Rocheleau

October 24, 2014 in Web Design

In our modern technological era you can find devices with any screen size that all have access to the Internet. This means bored people around the world can visit their favorite websites from a laundry basket full of different screen dimensions. If this were Pee-wee’s Playhouse I’d say the word of the day is: breakpoint!

The process of responsive design creates distinct layout styles that change based on a device’s screen resolution. When a layout shifts into a smaller or larger display style it’s often called a new breakpoint. Choosing when to create a new breakpoint is quite an arduous task since the threshold and number of breakpoints can change dramatically from project-to-project.

featured wireframe sketch mobile website responsive design

In this post I want to outline a couple ideas for creating responsive breakpoints in web design. The end goal is to create a usable website experience that fits naturally onto any device. While this is easier said than done you’d be surprised how much can be learned by just building a site and fixing mistakes as you go along.

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