The week is coming to an end and that means it is time for us to look back on the week that passed, the best design news, resources and other goodies. This week we look at CSS3 and HTML5 tutorials, what journalists need to know about web design, jQuery mobile for beginners, as well as great examples of typeface combinations in web design.
Almost everybody is talking about latest enhancement in web industry. Yes, it’s HTML5 and CSS3. Really these languages expanded the possibilities of web design. There are lots of web designer s and developers who have started using HTML5 into their designs. Here we’ve rounded up 30 really useful HTML5 tutorials that will definitely help.
“The Web is Agreement.” Jeremy Keith’s eloquent statement neatly summarizes the balance that makes it possible for us to build amazing things. Each week, new devices appear with varying screen sizes, pixel densities, input types, and more. As developers and designers, we agree to use standards to mark up, style, and program what we create.
Fifty milliseconds. That’s how quickly visitors can form strong, long-lasting impressions about your news or information website. But they aren’t sizing up the quality of your content or the sophistication of your code. They’re making nearly instantaneous, mostly subconscious judgments about how your work has been designed.
We love beautiful typography, and we appreciate the efforts of designers who come up with great typographic techniques and tools or who just share their knowledge with fellow designers. We are always looking for such resources. We compile them, carefully select the best ones and then prepare them for our round-ups.
As a developer I am always on the hunt for time saving resources, anything that can save me just a few minutes of time is a great help in an already hectic schedule. Compiled here is a list of 25 resources that are bound to make your life a little bit easier
In case you missed it, WordPress release 3.4 included a very exciting new development: the Theme Customizer. This allows users to tweak theme settings using a WYSIWYG interface and customize the theme so it includes the colors, fonts, text — and pretty much anything else — they want.
For a quite some time, web designers have used hand drawn illustrations and typography to give websites a non-digital look and feel and a more human touch. Right now, however, there is a strong web design trend coming with focus on keeping interface design minimalistic and flat.
There’s no doubt about it. Wherever developers look and whoever they talk to, mobile is at the top of the list. Talk to a C-level executive, and the conversation turns to mobile, and the question “How do I get me some of that?” comes up. Talk to other developers, and they tell you they’re targeting mobile devices. Mobile has become a big deal as smartphones have taken hold in the consumer marketplace.
Many designers all over the world believe that CSS3 is a technique which has unbelievable potential which will in the future be used to create wonderful designed websites. At present, it is not being used variedly all over the world due to a number of limitations – obsolete browsers being one of them. In this post we’ve collected 10 Superb CSS3 Tutorials for Awesome Design, this can be proficiently functioned using markup, HTML, and some improved properties of CSS3.
When it comes to prints or Web Design, typography is one of the most important part. So selectng the right type of typography for your web design is one of the most crucial part. Keeping the small textured detail in mind while designing a website can sometimes be enough to get amazing results.
In this tutorial, we’ll be solving this problem four times, thanks to the latest version of the Drupal CMS, 7, and its vast, user contributed module library. We’ll be looking at the adaptive image module, the adaptive image styles module, the client-side adaptive image module and, finally, the responsive images and styles module. These represent great solutions to optimising your Drupal website for bandwidth starved mobile devices; all modules used employ the techniques listed above.