Surfing the net from a dedicated gaming console is not something new, in fact the ability to connect your gaming device to the internet was first introduced back in 1997 with the Game.com which allowed user to connect a dial-up modem and then check their email and browse the internet. However still to this day many designers ignore or pay very little attention to game console browsers when designing a new site. However there are some things that you need to remember when you are designing for a gaming console, added here are some of the most important things to remember, feel free to let us know if you think we forgot something.
When it comes to online marketing one of the most used forms is Email marketing. The purpose behind email marketing is often to get a message across, whether this be to promote an offer, serve targeted advertisements or initiate deals. Email marketing is a great way to improve your brand image as well as knowledge of your services.
Often many designers make simple mistakes when creating an email, provided here are 10 tips to create better email designs.
As a starter or a seasoned web developer, we usually tend to skip out on some great practices that we should be using merely because we have never heard about them. To reduce this gap of missing goodies, we cover several practices no developer should live without.
Whether you are testing themes submitted to your service or your own work, we always find ourselves searching for quick ways to browser test and or validate our work. Sometimes we may end up using a genre of tools to get what we wanted and most of the time we develop a set of favorite methods and tools to achieve it. Continue Reading →
It is always impressive how many useful and free web apps and tools there are for web designers, and today’s fresh selection is just that – very impressive. The Aloha Editor is especially impressive, with its unique live editing features. And there is also CSS3 Pie which will make all CSS3 properties viewable in all versions of IE (it really does!). If you have the time we recommend you take a look at these tools.
Cross-browser compatibility is something that can’t be overlooked in this day and age. The fact that your website could be viewed one way in Firefox and a completely different way in another browser like Safari can be a stressful thing to cope with. Being able to create and build websites that not only look but function the way their supposed to in multiple browsers isn’t a walk in the park. Continue Reading →
One of the most popular and hotly disputed questions on Answers recently has been “Do you support IE6 in new projects?“. IE6 has certainly been a thorn on every web designers side for a very long time, perhaps too long. Has the time finally arrived to stop supporting it? Should web designers still show a little consideration for this web browsing relic? What do you think?
There is seemingly no end to the conyer belt that is CSS development. Every day there are new tips and techniques being published with fresh ideas and new solutions to age old problems. keeping up with it all is not easy. Continue Reading →
Last month Google, finally, opened up there extension directory for Google Chrome. The bog-standard browser is pretty good as it is – its very fast (beating Firefox with ease) and seems to render most web pages properly (I know, it wouldn't be hard to beat IE). So, thumbs up so far. Continue Reading →