Posted by: gbluma
on Jan 15, 2009
So you want to revamp your current site right? Or maybe you want a new site but can't put your finger exactly on what you need.
Here are a few things to consider which might help you decide on the details. I'll also run through a test scenario of a small photography company as an example.
Posted by: jstartup
on Jan 8, 2009
Fonts can be grouped in four main categories: basic, scripted, stylized and shapes. The basic category is used most often for large amounts of text, and particularly for websites since browser cross-compatibility is a high priority in web design. This group contain familiar fonts such as Arial, Times New Roman and Courier New, the most web-friendly choices. Also commonly used are Georgia, Verdana and Helvetica, and any of them will display a large amount of text nicely and offer a design a classic, sophisticated look.