Infographics have been around for decades. They’ve allowed us to convert data into a visual structure making it easier for everyone to read and understand the information being conveyed. Infographics have radically impacted the way we display content to the point that it simplifies the entire process of data comprehension. Without these visually enticing structures we would have a harder time deciphering complex information. Continue Reading →
We love reading the discussions that develop on Answers. We love the fresh and innovative dev solution’s, the sometimes heated discussions over age old issues and appreciate all of the inspiration that is offered by Answers’ users. Continue Reading →
In today’s news round-up we have two free large sets of beautifully crafted mini pixel icon-sets designed especially for web designers.
The first set (the spirit20 icon-set) has well over 500 icons for your every possible design requirement and the second set, Boolean, consists of 100 icons, all presented in a highly unique way. You’ll love them both!
Every once in a while we like to highlight and showcase some new web applications (preferably free) that are aimed primarily towards designers. So, in this news round-up we have found three really useful fresh apps that we are sure you will love as much as we do.
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When you develop a website that you want to nurse well into its successful stages you can’t help but to wonder “how well your web site’s evolving”. Is it reaching a new peak every month? How many more visitors are arriving on a weekly basis? Is there any actual growth on all aspects? These are just a few of the questions asked by most individuals who build and develop their own websites. Continue Reading →
Graphs and charts are a great way to break down the information at hand to the user in a descriptive and visually enticing manner. These visual structures allow you to easily simplify complex data and output easier to understand content. Everyone can use a graph or chart, however, not everyone has the right tools to create an effective one.
Let’s start out by creating a new file. I used a 500×400 pixels canvas set at 72dpi, and I filled my background with #20282B color shade. Now make a new layer set and name it ‘Fragile Box’. In a new layer draw a small light brown rectangle with #B7813B color shade and 71 x 16 px dimensions.
Knowing what you now know about web design, if you could go back to when you first started out, what would you choose to learn first? That was one of the topics discussed this week on Design Reviver Answers and felt it was a good question to open up to our main readers on Design Reviver.
Everyone has heard of HTML (HyperText Markup Language), its a relatively easy to learn language that allows for the quick creation of web sites. That description is clear, to the point and no one will ever dispute it.
But then, along comes HTML5 to rock the boat a little bit and that description is both vague and very far from the point. So, what is HTML5? HTML5 is HTMLs latest major revision, with a lot of added features and exciting attributes.
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