Mobile apps are ingrained in our daily lives – we use them to get information, record data, or perform tasks. Smartphone users will use certain apps daily, and their expectations are higher than ever.
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In this post, we’ll be showing you how to make your very own custom 404 error page!
When it comes to incorporating text into a design, choosing the right font is as important as choosing the right words.
Fonts for logos don’t always work as body copy – and aren’t always “supported”.
Typography surrounds us everyday and most of us aren’t even aware of the impact it makes. We see things written, words grab our attention, we’re swayed into thinking and feeling certain things and we don’t stop to think why.
So maybe it’s time to sit up and take note of these little letters that make such an impact on our every day lives. Here are 5 rules of typography that might make you start to look at things in a different light and realise that no well designed type is ever an accident.
Kerning is key
Kerning is the space that occurs between letters in a word. Most people assume that this is automatically done within editing programs but the truth is that a lot of fonts don’t have great kerning. If the spacing looks wrong to you it probably is. Trust your instincts and fix it by manually adjusting the spacing. It’s time consuming but it can be the difference between a good design and a great design.
Pride is vanity, right? Isn’t that a bad thing?
With Google announcing that around the 21st april, your site’s “mobile friendlliness” will affect your search results, a lot of people are worried. This is because to create your site again, to make it responsive or to make a mobile version, takes time and money, and that may not be something your business has budgeted for.
We get it. As a small business, unexpected costs are the WORST!
Anytime you have to upgrade your PCs, invest in new software, replace a team member, or pay some regulatory body, there are costs which don’t necessarily align with your business’s income and profit. Annoying!
We decided in the beginning of 2014 that whether people asked or not we would make a point of making all the sites we made into responsive ones. More and more people are looking at websites on their mobile devices, and having a site that displays clearly, with legible text and images, formatted well within that, is definitely the way forward.
Currently we are working on revised websites for 4 existing clients where we did their website before, and we are creating newly designed ones to update the design and make it responsive at the same time.
We’ve been around the block a few times, and created websites now for hundreds of clients. And we pride ourselves in amazing high quality designs. Each client is different and has different audiences and needs.
The amazing story of this project starts with Nu Image, a California-based production studio (founded 1992) owned by my dad, Avi Lerner, his brother (my uncle) Danny Lerner, Trevor Short and Danny Dimbort.
Nu Image had already produced more than 60 full feature films in Bulgaria before they bought the Boyana Film Studio in 2005 and renamed it Nu Boyana.