Throughout the past two years web designers have become more and more aware of the importance of responsive web design, in other words making their sites viewable on different devices, as well as at different resolutions, in other words whether you are on an iPad Mini or a MacBook Pro with Retina Display the site must work just as well. Last week was the first release of the public preview for Adobe’s latest Edge tool, Edge Reflow.
Every web designer knows that today it is almost impossible to create a website with just one program. Sometimes it can get a little confusing to remember which code goes with which language, furthermore sometimes you forget the shortcuts that make your life much easier. This is where cheat sheets come into handy. A cheat sheet is simply a printable reference or guide to a particular software package, language, framework, etc.
Here are 10 of my favorite cheat sheets.
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.
A really interesting question was asked recently on Answers, discussing the importance and relevance of CSS validation. It would be interesting to discover how much stock developers actually do put in to it, or, is it more important to focus on the actual page being able to function? We would love to hear from you.
CSS Frameworks are those marvelous and innovative tools that will speed up your web development process by taking care of the multitude of repetitive processes you would have to cover for every project, and on top of that, they (mostly) take care of any cross-browser compatibility issues. They have also never been as popular, with new frameworks cropping out from week-to-week. As such, in this design news round-up we have selected our favorites from recent months.
In today’s news round-up we feature four powerful and new jQuery plugins that will add plenty of cool functionalties to your sites or applications.
It is always surprising how many fresh, innovative and always useful tools and resources appear from week-to-week from within the web design community. In this weeks design news round-up we take a look at four more cool and free new apps that may help you with your next web project. Continue Reading →
One of the most sought after resources for a web designer are high quality and, preferably, free CSS/XHTML/HTML web templates. And this exactly what we have for you in today news round-up: 5 New High Quality CSS and HTML Templates.
If you are a WordPress developer there is no doubt you will have your own personal collection of code snippets, hacks or even short-codes that you can call upon in time of need. They are those little lifesavers that can solve complex problems with only a few lines code… they truly are indispensable no matter which host monster you use. In this design news round-up we have highlighted some recent articles and posts that will freshen-up your WordPress toolbox.