It sounds horrible, cheap web design, but there is no other way to call our work. It does not refer to the quality, but to our prices. Our cheapest version is just $279. This will get you a professionally designed website that you can maintain yourself. No longer do you depend on your web designer, your cousin or a friend of a friend to change that one sentence. Or to change that picture. All websites from Studio Stacks offer the ability to login to your website and change everything you want to change yourself. We will provide you with a unique username and a password and thereby empowering you to take control of your own content. And all of that for just $279! That’s simply really cheap web design right? Continue reading
Sometimes a website has a design that is very balanced in it’s colors and graphics. Actually, that’s how every website should be. But with current social trends on the web there is an extra challenge for designers: ‘How to make these icons fit in the design’. And why should you bother? You want people to connect to your content, so whatever the design of the site, as long as the icons are there, the site is web 2.0 optimized, right? Wrong! You should always try to make the icons blend into the design like they’re a real part of it. Definitely not making it look like it’s clearly something that has been added to the site at a later stage, just because you have to. Continue reading
Google quite quickly became one of the world’s best known brands. Not just its name, but also its logo is recognized by millions or even billions. So making changes to the appearance of such an iconic brand can be very tricky. But despite the dangers Google decided to pimp its logo and the appearance of their search website as a whole.
Although the changes they applied are minor and very subtle, the result is a fresh and more appealing presentation of the big search engine and its result pages. The change that might even go unnoticed by some is the logo. Much of the shadow that was present before has been removed and the gradients (the transitions of one color to another) are warmer. The result is a more flat logo which doesn’t appear to be floating anymore. Continue reading