Digital Arts speaks to type experts and web designers to find out what you need to know about web fonts, so you can make the right choice of web…
Craig is a writer and designer, who's been writing about design and technology since the late 1990s. He's a big fan of clarity, innovation and the correct use of apostrophes, and will happily bang on about iOS games until the person he's talking to begs him to stop. He also makes music but too infrequently releases any.
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In-Depth: Experience design: An in-depth guide to what this mix of branding, UX, service design and more really means
Leading experience design studios and designers discuss what it is and how it can let you provide more for your clients.
In-Depth: Design for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus: How Apples new devices have forced iOS developers to start thinking about adaptive apps
Learn from leading developers how you'll have to change your native and web app designs for Apple's new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.
Adaptive design is this year’s responsive design – the website design buzzword that everyone says you should be using – but as with any approach…
Creatives, designers and UX experts outline the best conceptual and creative practices for making things others can and will adapt.
Traditional forms of creative education and professional development are under fire as affordable fleet-of-foot online alternatives take hold.
We investigate the vile misogyny aimed at the likes of Sarah Parmenter, which could also be putting women off joining the web industries.
Tutorial: 6 examples of fantastic UX
While some designers champion psychological trickery as a means to make websites more effective, the best web user experiences can have an…
In-Depth: UX secrets revealed
UX experts reveal to Craig Grannell the best ways to create sites that are successful for both visitors and brands – and what they say might…
Review: Dreamweaver CC review
Dreamweaver CC is the next version of Dreamweaver, which is neither criticism nor compliment – more a statement of fact.
Craig Grannell explores the best new approaches, techniques and tools for designers as they work in tandem with developers along every step of the…
In-Depth: How to design responsive websites
Responsive web design finally breaks the internet free from the static shackles of print, but understanding how it works requires a whole new way…
This year websites, apps and other interactive media are becoming both elegantly simple and increasingly complex.
Responsive web design finally breaks the web free from the static shackles of print, but understanding it requires a new way of thinking. Learn it…
We’re increasingly seeing apps whose selling points include top-notch illustration, animation and graphic design. Craig Grannell reveals how to…
In-Depth: Turn your art and designs into apps
We’re increasingly seeing apps whose selling point is top-notch illustration, animation and graphic design. Craig Grannell reveals how to become…
Adobe's new Flash CS6 reinvents itself again with new features aimed at app developers
Review: Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 review
Discover how Dreamweaver CS6 can help you design responsive sites that work across desktop, tablet and mobile.
Easily generate a sprite sheet from one or more animations for a gaming project.
CSS3 transitions can be fiddly to hand-code from scratch, but Dreamweaver CS6 makes it easier.