We’ve all been in scenarios where we’ve cut corners for the sake of time only to pay for it later. You don’t have to be interested in web design to know what it’s like to try to save a minute only to end up losing an hour. Taking the time to be organized in anything is ALWAYS worth it. An organized mind is required to make an organized product.
The drop shadow is a bread and butter effect so frequently used in our studios that it warranted its own keyboard-shortcut. Adding a drop shadow is one of the best and quickest ways to simulate a 3-Dimensional feel because it adds perceived “depth” to an otherwise flat screen.
Being an admitted design geek, I appreciate looking at the graphics on ATM screens. I’ve noticed that the coolest ones were always those that had buttons jumping off the screen as if they could be pressed. An impressive set of buttons once almost convinced me to pay a $3.50 surcharge.
Welcome to the ThreeCell Design Blog, a resource for anyone looking to learn some design principles on the web. The net has a ton of helpful tutorials out there that show step by step instructions on how to create really impressive effects. Personally, I’ve spent many an hour burning the midnight oil learning these tricks of the trade. They certainly have their part in the process of learning design and quite simply are really fun to learn.
Expert Travel Solutions, with its core focus on catering to the corporate business traveler, hired ThreeCell to create a revised online presence for them that conveyed a sense of refinement combined with a highly usable design. The site, with its simple navigation and strong visuals, offers users quick and easy access to important content. To […]