Responsive WordPress Blog Theme Now Available!

Posted on September 27th, 2014 | Business & Marketing | Leave a comment |

Stephanie Hamilton Design recently developed a Pre-Fab Responsive WordPress Blog Theme. Ideal for lifestyle bloggers (travel, food, decor, style, etc), this elegant and simple theme is responsive to mobile devices. The theme is available here.

responsive wordpress blog theme

responsive wordpress blog theme

What You Get

Two-column responsive WordPress theme. With seven widget areas, two page templates (full page & sidebar page), custom share buttons, social media buttons, category pages and a beautiful layout, this design will take your blog to the next level by adding style & sophistication! This theme also supports custom menus. The main column is 680px wide and the sidebar is 300px wide. The secondary sidebar widget is 258px wide and is perfect for any information that needs to stand out!

This theme ONLY works on the self-hosted WordPress platform. This theme will not work for wordpress.com. Need Hosting?

Purchase the WordPress Theme$99!

 

Week 9

Posted on August 9th, 2014 | Business & Marketing | Leave a comment |

learn ux design

This week we familiarized ourselves with additional factors affecting UX design decisions.

  • Platform/Device Consideration
  • Content Personalization
  • Front-end Development
  • Convention vs. Innovation

Assignment this week: Create a dynamic landing page template layout. Create a set of modules, each set addressing one of your persona’s needs. Indicate where on your template your modules will appear. READ MORE…

 

UX Design Week 7 & 8

Posted on August 9th, 2014 | Business & Marketing, Web Design | Leave a comment |

learn ux design

This week we delved deeper into wireframes by producing a high-fidelity mockup of our website using Omnigraffle. I’ve decided to condense week 7 & 8 into one post, as both weeks overlap each other in content.

Assignment this week: Converting your homepage sketch into a high-fidelity wireframe. Add detailed annotations and develop two interior pages. READ MORE…

 

UX Design Week 6

Posted on June 10th, 2014 | Business & Marketing | Leave a comment |

learn ux design

This week we discussed wireframes, sketching, annotations and UX nomenclature.

Assignment this week: Creating sketches of website layout.

  • Wireframes
  • Sketches
  • Stencils
  • Annotations

Links:
Wireframes: Easing The Designer’s Workflow

 

UX Design: Week 5

Posted on June 9th, 2014 | Business & Marketing | Leave a comment |

learn ux design wireframes

This week involved taking the data we’ve gathered in previous weeks to create a sitemap. A site map is a high-level representation of the layout and structure of your site’s content sections.

Topics covered in this week’s class: Create a sitemap

how to create a sitemap

Sitemap before and after for UnUrban Coffee Shop.

Links:

Efficiently Simplifying Navigation, Part 1: Information Architecture
Information Architecture 101: Techniques and Best Practices