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It used to be that the more information you could cram onto your main site the better, however today all of that has changed, today websites need to be as simple and sleep looking as possible. However often designers are wondering just how to simplify their design, therefore here is a post with five ways to keep your web design simple.

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HTML5 is gathering more and more momentum, and is looking very likely to be, in the near future, the language of choice for developers, replacing Flash. As such, in todays news round-up we focus on some fresh HTML5 resources, articles and tutorials for you to enjoy. Continue Reading →

Within web design there are a multitude of solutions and techniques that cover the same problem. No solution is entirely correct, and none are entirely wrong. That is the beauty, and sometimes the agony, of web design.

Sometimes you just want the most basic and simplest technique to solve a popular problem, and that is what today’s Design Reviver Answers question covers: How do you create a nice drop down menu effect?
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There has been a tidal wave of buzz recently about all the new CSS3 features and properties. Just what exactly do these new properties mean for web designers, though? Well, CSS3 is pretty cool, no longer will you need to rely as much on graphics or Javascript, and more importantly it allows for better control over HTML elements, allowing you to create more flexible and even more complex web sites. Really, whats not to love about it all?
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You could have the best website in the world with the best content ever, yet without a decent navigation system it would all be worthless. There are certain criteria you need to follow when designing your menu – it needs to only stands out and be obvious of its purpose, it also needs to match the style of your sites design and most importantly it needs to be usable, meaning your visitors can understand it and easily use it.
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For the last few years jQuery has been the jewel in Javascripts crown. Its rapid rise in popularity not only reflects how powerful a tool it is but also how relatively easy it is to work with. It is because of these two factors that developers have been churning out plugins and new techniques at a phenomenal rate.

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CSS is a very important element of what we call a “structurally sound” web design. CSS turns strips of code and interactive features into a working design. This is especially true for CSS based menus. Giving your users a creative way to interact with pages, categories, and other aspects of your site is a great way to keep them coming back. Continue Reading →

Being able to communicate effectively and convey key information in a clean and solid matter is parallel to great website design. Designing a corporate website is none the less challenging and requires one to break barriers of communication while steering clear of cluttered designs. When you have a corporate client in mind, you need to make sure that you website can capture the necessary attention and leave a lasting impression on its customers.
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Wireframes are the blue prints that define and allocate a Web sites content and behavior. They are not bound by colors, fonts, and anything that may surface on the site as part of any content. Wireframing compliments good web development and offers a visual of where the content will be laid out within the sites design. Continue Reading →