Recently we’ve shared our experience with working with startup companies in an article. You can read it on dt.lodzkie.pl, a portal focused on design thinking method. Below, we give you an English version of that article: There are many definitions of a startup. Generally speaking, it is a company in its initial stage of growth. According to […]
Icons have come a long way since the beginnings of graphical user interface. Let’s take a closer look at most important trends and tendecies of recent 15 years of icon design. –>Let see our Top 10 of Dribbble works<–
Last week we had pleasure, as a sponsor, to attended the final gala of “Mlodzi w Lodzi – I have an idea for business”. It is a part of the program created in order to encourage and help young people to develop their careers and businesses in Lodz. This year we participated by organizing workshops, […]
Hamburger menus have become very popular among designers and web developers. Simple concept of (sometimes really huge) menus hidden behind a small icon started to sneak into more and more web and mobile applications. But is it that good?
Mobile is evolving. More and more people are browsing internet using mobile devices and that’s why designers and e-commerce specialists have to constantly develop new features that will be more user-centric.
TYPO Berlin is a graphic design conference organized annually since 1995. With around 1,500 participants it’s one of the biggest design meetings in Europe. Since 2011, TYPO also takes place regularly in San Francisco and London.
Nowadays web is more and more focused on motion design. It is hard to find a website without even the simplest animations. Animations are now part of the web. As we try to imitate real-life experience in digital world, motion design have become an integral part of it.
On the last weekend of April (23.04-24.04), we had a pleasure to attend the great event – Element Talks, taking place in Warsaw former printery, where for two days, enthusiasts of graphic design had chance to broaden their horizons for new design experiences.
Introduction to BEM methodology (block – element – modifier): naming convention for classes in HTML and CSS.