Design Doxa aims to equip web development and design professionals from various levels through providing helpful and relevant resources from industry updates to guides.
We understand the creative and technical process involved in crafting outstanding websites. Thus, we also pack our site with contents that help our audience to create and design visually sound and functional interfaces as well as refreshing their knowledge about the industry’s latest tools of trade.
Here are the topics that we aim to inspire you:
Web layout Illustrations
Brand identity optimization
Mobile application Design
User experience design (UX)
User interface (UI)
We nurture both the creative and critical mindset of our readers so that they will produce work that inspires and innovates.
Design Doxa is a hub where web designers and developers can harness their capacity to create and innovate.
We believe in embracing change, pushing for ingenuity, and striving to achieve optimal user experience each and every time. We never stop learning.
To deliver fresh, reliable, and straightforward contents for modern web design and development professionals.
Meet the Design Doxa clan
“We are always at your service”
Content Editorial Manager | Web Designer
“Your DETERMINATION to learn,
Is the DESIGN to reach
Hello there! Pleased to e-meet you! I will do my best to introduce myself in a “not-so-boring” manner. Please bear with me.. I am Aaron Chichioco, just one of the people behind the development of Design Doxa. I had my bachelor’s degree in information technology at Informatics International College, Philippines. Currently, I work as the managing editor and web designer for Design Doxa. I love to write about web/mobile design, eCommerce, online marketing and brand development. Before being a writer and editor, I was the operations supervisor of a BPO company (2nd Office, Inc) in Manila, Philippines. I used to oversee the day-to-day operations of several online businesses in different countries.
Content Editorial Manager
You’ll know her soon enough. 🙂
Credit: The feature image used on our blog page is under license from Freestock.com.