Design Lesson: Vibrating Color Theory

Monthly Archives: July 2016

Design Lesson: Vibrating Color Theory


It’s an exciting time to be a web designer. With modern typography, robust design tools, and technological advances, web designers have more options than ever before to design engaging user experiences. With that said, it can be tempting to mimic some of the vibrant color schemes found in print design. It is important to note the distinctions between print and web design. In print, vibrating color is more permissible, even an advantage to making your designs stand out amongst the crowd. In web design its a bit more finicky.

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Clockwork Celebrates 22 Years!

How better to celebrate our anniversary on a hot summer day than with a walk across the street for some delicious Gelato!





Project Spotlight: A Legal Quartet


A quartet of new law firm projects, that is! No singing attorneys will be found on this blog post.


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Mike’s Technical Tip: Know Your Mac Screenshots


Built into your Mac’s operating system are several useful options for taking screenshots. Here’s a brief description of what’s available so you can see which works best in various circumstance.

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Pros & Cons of Video Backgrounds


Full-screen video backgrounds (large videos that auto-play when you first come to a website’s homepage) have been around for several years, but are becoming more and more popular on professional service websites. Are they something you should employ, or a fad that will be gone in a few months’ time?

Let’s begin by looking at a few examples of sites with video backgrounds (click each screen below, use a desktop or laptop computer to view):

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