Inspiration | inspirationfeed.com - Part 8

Inspiration

10 Websites with Killer Landing Pages

killer-landing-pages Having a killer landing page with large and prominent CTAs is the key to increasing your conversion rate, gaining more customers, and increasing sign-ups. You want your landing page to incorporate enough information that you potential customers know who you are and what you do, without overwhelming them with...
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25 Examples of Kerning Gone Wrong

25-Examples-of-Kerning-Gone-Wrong Kerning is the process of adjusting the spacing between individual letter forms. It’s mainly used in typography to achieve visually pleasing spacing over a range of characters. Modern software programs usually provide an autokerning feature, however it’s rarely a sufficient alternative for manual kerning. Many people are oblivious to kerning. If...
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20 Truly Unique & Creative Typefaces

20-Truly-Unique-&-Creative-Typefaces Have you ever wanted to make your design projects stand out from all the rest? Having a unique typeface that isn’t like anything else out there will definitely do the trick to help you make a big impact in either a bold or subtle way. Today, we’re bringing you...
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30 Creative Animated GIFs by Talented Designers

hypercompact-400x300-21[1] An animated GIF is a form of computer image that moves as an animation. It usually consists of frames, like a movie with no sound. If you’re a heavy Internet user, I’m sure you’ve probably ran into multiple GIFs on meme websites and various forums. Although the web contains billions, if not...
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Choosing Fonts for Mobile Screens

Choosing-Fonts-for-Mobile-Screens The advent of responsive web design and designing for small mobile screens presents new challenges to typographers. Choosing the wrong typeface for a website causes problems with readability and comprehension on even the largest desktop monitor. The same errors on a mobile screen display as a jumbled mess. The...
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Tiny Planets by Dan Peterson

Tiny-Planets-by-Dan-Peterson Dan Peterson is a freelance designer and illustrator from Portland, OR. He holds over 4 years of experience in branding/identity, print, and interactive design under his belt. I recently ran into his work on Tumblr and decided to share my findings with you. His latest project titled “Tiny Planets” consists of 360...
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Designing a Hang Tag? Words of Advice and Inspiration Before You Start.

hand-tag-design If you’re in the apparel industry, the hang tag you use can influence whether a customer will purchase your product or not. If your tag looks cheap, they may associate your clothing with poor quality. So, how do you design a hang tag that will influence your customer’s purchase decision?...
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