This week’s Website of the Week comes from Sagmeister & Walsh, a dynamic design duo based in New York. Being a slick New York a design firm, one would expect their website to push the boundaries beyond the ordinary, and they have surely succeeded in doing that. Take...

This week’s Website Of The Week is 100,000 Stars, part of the Google Chrome Experiments initiative. Chrome Experiments was originally a project set up to test the limits of JavaScript and other open-source web based technologies. However, it soon took the role of showcasing the latest...

Today’s website of the week comes from the London-based music composition house Tin Drum Music. Like most commercial music websites, the most important thing is to immediately showcase your work, and the designer doesn’t waste any time in doing that. A previous project immediately starts playing upon arrival, using...

Logo design is a densely layered art form, and requires more than just a good working knowledge of Adobe Illustrator. Never underestimate the power of a good logo. Your logo can be the difference between someone subconsciously storing your business away or forgetting it altogether. Beware Of Colours The...

This week’s Website Of The Week comes from The Outline, an American news, culture, and current events blog. The first thing I noticed about this site is how visually breathtaking it is. There is absolutely no wasted space here - every single corner is packed full...

This week’s website of the week comes from BLOK, a London based fitness space located in Clapton, E5. What makes this site special? The first thing that drew me to this website is that the designer has cleverly taken the word ‘BLOK’ and built the site around...

These days, I see countless websites with disorganised colour schemes or disorientating colours, which can leave the user confused as to what message the brand is trying to convey. So, just how important is your colour scheme in modern website design? When designing a website, one...