How to Use the Low Polygonal Technique in Your Web Design

The low polygon look has become very popular in all forms of media these days including magazines, TV and the internet, where you see faceted, low detailed models and objects rendered with various lighting effects. The low polygon design is basically a reaction to the photo-realistic artistic movement and a throwback to the old pixelated days of computing, but with a contemporary twist.

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Personal Online Portfolio – How to Make It Look Flawless

Are you in the process of building your own personal online portfolio? Do you have any ideas on how to make it attractive and interesting enough for your target audience?

Having a well designed online portfolio can make or un-make your career. In case you are a budding graphic designer, you’d want a personal portfolio that would convince potential clients to hire you. The same goes if you are a writer, photographer, or web developer.

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The Latest Free WordPress Theme at Websitetemplates.org

Every now and then I like to show you some of the best new additions to our web templates collection. Today I’m gonna show you the latest addition to our free WordPress themes category. Read on for the download link!
Latest Free WordPress Theme
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20 Halloween Design Resources from Graphicriver

Do you love Halloween? Of course you do, everyone loves Halloween! Dive in to find 20 awesome, spooky, cute and scary design resources. Bats, witches, pumpkins, you name it!
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15 Newest Web Templates at Websitetemplates.org

I don’t know if you’ve noticed but we at Websitetemplates.org update our collection of web templates regularly. Today I’d like to show you 15 of the latest additions to our premium templates.
Newest Web Templates
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Using Red in Web Design

Content and graphics are important, but as any web designer will tell you, the color and color scheme you choose makes a big difference because it affects people in different ways. Red in particular can be very effective because it grabs viewers’ attention and is a call to action. Depending on the shade you choose, red can be used to convey different emotional responses.
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Easy Ways to Improve Social Media on an E-Commerce Website

Ways to Improve Social MediaEcommerce websites have been repeatedly told that social media plays an important role in boosting online business. With social media, you can forge a more personal and intimate relationships with your consumer base, heighten awareness of your brand, and even increase sales altogether. But it seems that not everyone’s been told how to uses social media correctly. If you didn’t get the memo, here’s what you missed.
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Textures and Patterns in Web Design

Textures and patterns are not a new thing in web design. Even though trends come and go, textures and patterns seem to always be around.
You might remember the early day websites with low quality patterns at the background. Yes, they didn’t look good. And designers have moved away from them.
But with the amount of beautiful textures and patterns of the highest quality available today (more often than not they are completely free) there is no surprise we still see patterns and textures everywhere. From the subtlest textures around the edges and on buttons to colourful backgrounds, there are some amazing examples around the web.
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Grey in Web Design

Grey is traditionally considered a “throwaway” color in design. It lacks the boldness of either white or black, and it lacks the personality of colors such as red, blue, and yellow. Grey in suits is a rather neutral formal color, and military personnel use the color for vehicles and uniforms as a form of camouflage. Buildings are colored grey so that the dirt doesn’t show as easily, but ironically most people just believe that these buildings are all dirty—like grey water. As a mood, grey denotes a sort of “blah” depression that lacks the urgency and passion of black anger and hate.

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What Makes a Good Design?

When it comes to website design, the usual hallmarks of good design tend to boil down to two things: it has to be useful and it has to look good. It’s that simple, but when you delve deeper into the subject it’s actually more complicated than that. So when the question of what makes a good website design is raised, the following points all contribute to the final answer.

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