The Internet and everything that runs through its wires has been growing and changing... quickly. In this post, we look at an old post of ours from 2012 and compare it today to see what changed and what hasn't.
For a designer to create easily parsable documents, they must have a strong understanding of typography. How do you get better? Read our five commandments.
Now that we have super-rounded corners, the notch, no home button, and oddities when viewing websites in landscape, we'll let you know how to deal with them.
There's no way around it: the amount and quality of the content has a direct effect on the effectiveness of the website. Read on to learn why and how to avoid common pitfalls.
Pleth has begun to focus on Drupal as our website development platform of choice, and it's been a great relationship so far. And it's getting kinda' serious...
Imagine trying to use this website without looking, or using only one hand with your keyboard. What would YouTube be like if you couldn't hear? This is the reality of millions of people with disabilities.
In the last entry in this series, we talked about the initial steps Pleth goes through when preparing to design a website. Now that we have all of this information, we’ll give you more insight into where we go from here.
We’ll give you some insight to what Pleth does behind the scenes to translate your idea into a website, including how to be clear about what you want and expect from us, and what we want and expect from a good client.
We’ll let you know what information you should have and what to expect when you’re expecting a website, including tips on how to make your life — and ours — a little easier.
Facebook recently unveiled a new way to interact with posts in the form of Reactions. Now you can say exactly how you feel about a subject. And in this post, we'll tell you how we feel about the new feature. ??