Mind Maps allow you to creatively organize ideas, words, and tasks in such a way that they’re all interconnected producing a useful structure that visually helps decipher problems, with decision making, designing, and writing.

For designers mind-mapping may not seem like a feasible tool to have in their arsenal, however, if you take into consideration the amount of inspiration, ideas, and creative thoughts we take in, mind-mapping could be a very useful way to channel all of the creativity and solve design problems, figure out development issues and much more. Continue Reading →

Not exactly an the age old question, but as we do every week, we like to offer a question, to the readers of Design reviver, that has been previously asked on Answers. This weeks question is: Are You a Heavy Gradient User or Against It?.

You can leave a comment below or you can leave an answer on the original posted question on Answers.

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A couple of days Google introduced the Google Font API and Google Font Directory to everybody.

The Google Font API provides a simple, cross-browser method for using any font in the Google Font Directory on your web page.

The fonts have all the advantages of normal text: in addition to being richer visually, text styled in web fonts is still searchable, scales crisply when zoomed, and is accessible to users using screen readers. Continue Reading →

WordPress 3.0 should have been with us by now, but due to a few bugs and glitches it is now going to be released at some point in the next few weeks.

There are big changes in this new WP version, with a lot of exciting features like multi-site and custom post types. Brace yourselves, its coming!

In today’s news we have collected the best resources to give you the low-down on WordPress 3.0.

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Effective web forms are a crucial part of any Web site or landing page. They are the window through which site visitors interact with the site. Unfortunately, they can be a pain to create.

The good news is there exists several resources that make developer’s lives simpler by offering complete, on-demand forms and surveys tailored to pretty much any need. In many cases, including a top-notch professional looking form or survey is as easy as embedding a line of HTML. Continue Reading →

Not every designer is constantly working on a project or with a client, and when the downtime sets in and your bank account isn’t growing, there’s a variety of things you can do to “survive”, one of them being gaining passive income. If done right, you can be well on your way to making money on a continuous basis. Continue Reading →

Sometimes the basics of web design are simply not enough, and sometimes your creative needs demand that you “work out of the box” and build a web page that breaks normal convention. Enter jQuery, the modern days web design super-hero, to your creative rescue.

In this news round-up we have the best and most creative jQuery tutorials to help add some creativity to your web designs. Continue Reading →

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