Light in Web Design

A few thoughts about building a good web experience with light.

First off in the real world I found it light is everywhere! When you see light your eyes automatically are attracted to it so how can I bring that into web design?

With call to action buttons!

Naldz Graphics has a great rundown on call to action.

Check it out.

15 Tips in Making an Effective Call to Action

Websites have their own calls to action which are manifested by a button which urges you to perform an action and brings you to a different page after clicking. It could ask you to purchase an item, to subscribe to a newsletter, to give information, to download something and many others. No doubt, having a call to action is an important part of any website for it provides focus from the users and it directs the users, too. It is also a tool to measure your effectiveness and success as a website.

Hence, it would really be necessary to make your calls to action effective. If not, you will fail to achieve your purpose. For designers, here are some tips for you in making an effective call to action. Try to take note of these points for it will not only help you create effective calls to action but it will also help you have a more successful site.

From Naldz


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Having trouble with SEO right now!

SEO stands for search engine optimization which determines page rank in google and other search engines.

On of my Wordpress sites is not very high in Google’s rankings! It is being drowned out by phone directories and other sites. Google unlike Bing pulls from the first paragraph instead of the html tags. When dealing with search engines you find they are all different. The amount of links into your site also factor in.

Guess i will look around on the web and see what i can find!

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CSS3 Tool Kit

Debating about getting the CSS3 Toolkit. I already have coda but another css editor could help i think! Here is what they say!

CSS3 Toolkit is a really simple utility tool to help you create complex decorative CSS3 styles visually.

With a live webkit-based preview and instant CSS generation, see your styles come to life in real time.

CSS3 Toolkit is a huge time saver for designers, front end developers and engineers who want to work with cutting edge CSS3 styles right now.

Currently CSS3 Toolkit supports:

– Border Radius
– Gradients
– Box Shadow
– Inner Shadow
– Text Shadow

All styles are stackable so you can combine multiple effects for really rich visual effects.

We’ve also included a handy RGBa picker and conversion tool so you can easily roll RGBa colours into your projects.

Customise the canvas and element colours to suit your needs for a genuinely accurate representation of your site design.

CSS3 Toolkit supports the 4 main vendor prefixes which can also be disabled inside preferences.

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