James George lets us in on his 7 most-favorite Chrome extensions for designers, including a new design app called Gravit that works solely in the browser!
James George takes a look at Bookmark's website builder and its new artificial intelligence system AIDA.
James George reviews the Extra magazine theme designed for bloggers and websites publishing a wide variety of articles and content types.
James George introduces Beans, a framework that makes it easy to create WordPress sites without hassle.
James George looks at a few key designs featuring 80s-style fonts, explains why they worked and whether we can find a place for them now.
Screen resolutions keep increasing and so do the challenges of front-end development. James George looks at the current state of play.
James George explains how Adobe Creative Cloud for teams makes collaboration easy, giving them more time to focus on producing great work.
Considering contrast, orientation, text and more — James George outlines 7 tips to choosing the best stock imagery.
The Divi WordPress theme is a great starting point for any website. It has one of the best drag and drop page builders for building your own custom layouts.
Adobe Comp CC is an app focused on creating quick prototyping on your iPad. James tests the concept of fleshing out ideas without leaving your armchair.
Changing WordPress themes can cause problems when you least expect it. In this article, James George covers some things you should do when changing themes.
Reverie is a WordPress starter theme based on ZURB's Foundation framework. This article explains why Reverie is a great choice for custom theme development.
The photo editor market is a hard arena to break into, but that hasn't stopped Serif from trying. James gives us his review of Affinity Photo.
Patterns are as old as art itself, but SVG opens up a raft of new possibilities online. James shows us some new tricks using Illustrator's Pattern Tool.