If you keep up with the latest web design trends, you must heard about responsive and adaptive web design. We all use sites built on both of those popular design/dev principles, but may not feel the difference between them. When it comes to develop a site by/for your own, you should get a clear understanding on responsive and adaptive web design. It matters because the mobile web is boosting and those small screens require sites fit to their sizes. This is where responsive and adaptive designs come to the game. 

First thing first, I’m not a professional designer- neither a UI specialist nor a UX expert. But I’ve heard these terms a number of times. I know, you are all aware that UI stands for User Interface while UX denotes User Experience. In a raw general sense, someone may think that UI and UX are same. But that’s not actually correct. There are differences between UI and UX. I'll try to dig inside.

Hey developers, how does it feel to code all the time? I have little idea about coding, but I guess you also want to get some refreshment while playing with those tiny flat-texts. That’s why I’m sharing 10+ GIF animations every web developers will relate to. Wait, if you are a tech savvy person, you will also enjoy them.

A restaurant websites needs to be appealing. Designers have lots of things to consider here. It offers a great chance to impress the potential customer at a glance. This task isn't pretty easy. And yes, you can do it with a website having smart and attractive design. Today I’ll share 8 beautiful restaurant websites to get inspiration. Let's start!

When we think about web design, it’s not just the visual appearance. The total concept involves the overall functionality and user experience of a site. Although UX preference may vary person to person, there is a thing called standard practice. From that point of view, let’s see some common mistakes in web design.