By Jennifer Sheahan

Introducing: DesignFestival

By Jennifer Sheahan

We are very excited to announce the arrival of our newest family member: Design Festival!

Design Festival is an exciting new website created from the ground up by the passionate team here at SitePoint. We want to explore web design topics in more detail, and decided a whole new website would provide the focus we’ve been searching for.

Design Festival will be the new home for web design professionals from around the world. We are exploring different web design techniques, with an emphasis on logo design, UX, and typography.

If you love web design, this site will provide an outlet for your passion. Please join us!

  • Access best-practise UX design, logo design, typography, and coding advice.
  • Indulge your passion for design – and learn a thing or two as you go.
  • Contribute your own expertise to help others sharpen their skills.

Please visit the new site, join our Facebook page, and follow us on Twitter to stay updated on all the exciting Design Festival news. We’d love to hear all your feedback, so please let us know what you think.

If you’d like to become a contributor to this website by either writing a post or tutorial, please get in touch:

Thanks, as always, for your ongoing support of SitePoint and our sister sites. We appreciate it, and hope you love Design Festival as much as we do.

  • Chucknology

    I think something is wrong here: I checked your website in Chrome and all I see is text with pictures….no design css elements are given….in IE it shows OK….

  • siamino

    This looks fantastic! Nice one folks!

  • Jen Sheahan

    @ Chucknology – I am pretty sure that problem is fixed now. Thanks for letting us know. It seems to have been caused by server load. Lots of traffic instantly. Oops. ;)

  • Nice looking site, I’ll keep up with it.

    One suggestion though — please consider removing the black to white colour animation (CSS3 I assume) on the main navigation links on mouseover. They look really cheesy, don’t fit the down played styling on the rest of the site and have the smell of a new toy the designer couldn’t resist.

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