Effectively communicating with your client is not only an integral part of your relationship but one that’s vital. It will also aim to help you understand tasks, projects, and the needs at hand. Without proper communication between you and your client chaos will likely have its way and several unfinished projects would be the norm. As humans we thrive on communication, it’s a necessarily and an important part of our everyday lives. Now imagine how things would be if there was wasn’t any viable flow of communication with your clients? Nothing pretty. Continue Reading →
An interesting question was asked this week on Answers, and we would like to open this discussion further with our readers, and hear your thoughts. So, do you prefer to code your site by hand or use a WYSIWYG editor?
We do focus a lot on Photoshop resources here at Design Reviver, and as such, in today’s news round-up, we would like to highlight tutorials from its much prettier and flexible sister, namely Illustrator. Below you will find a small collection of our favorite Illustrator tutorials from recent weeks.
In the eve of the World Cup taking place in South Africa, I thought I’ll serve up a tutorial celebrating the football fiesta.
In this tutorial, we’ll be be wrapping a flag around the World cup trophy by using the clipping Mask command and changing the Blend modes of the layers we’ll be creating. In the final image, we’ll sort of make light work of the official World Cup logo. Continue Reading →
As web designers we all love searching for great new resources, browsing some useful and relevant tutorials and we especially love them as most are free. Sometimes though, we need something more, something that will set your mind alight and for you to consider it a darn good read. And that is what we have found for you today, four web design articles that are well worth your time. So, grab yourself a cup of coffee and take the time to enjoy them.
Google Chrome has become one of the best choices for web browsing, especially for designers and developers due to its flexability. Even though Firefox is still considered to be in the lead, it’ll only be a matter of time before most delve into Chrome. This web browser has great speed and top notch functionality due to the large variety of extensions available. Continue Reading →
At times, a commonly overlooked aspect of web design is catering for potential multi-cultural users and thus missing out on a potential readership or potential customers.
Yep, the internet really is global. This was a topic that was recently discussed on Answers, and we would like to open this discussion further with our readers. What do you think, is there a such thing as culture difference within web design?
In today’s news round-up we have collected some of the best and freshest Photoshop text effect tutorials. Text effect tutorials are one of the most popular sought after learning categories for PS, and as such there hundreds upon hundreds of tuts of varied degrees. We have picked our recent favorites, you can see them below.
Creating organized data tables in modern web design requires that an individual have more than a rudimentary knowledge of the old table formats. In order to create an effective table, it is important that the information be compelling, interesting, and data driven without being overwhelming or burdensome to the reader. There are many different schools of thought on what makes a table effective, but the most important aspect of table creation for a designer is to know the audience and market that will be reading the table. Continue Reading →