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Four Fresh-Out-of-the-Oven Web Apps and Resources

August 16, 2010 • By

For todays news we have four fresh-out-of-the-oven web apps and resources that we think will simply blow your socks off. There are a couple of HTML5 tools which have taken the design community by storm this past week, there is also a new jQery framework for smartphones and tablets and, last but not least, the coolest web-based digital drawing app you would have seen in a long time.



Using PHP Show Different Content to Visitors From a Specific Country

August 13, 2010 • By

Our topic for today’s Design Reviver Answers news round-up is a question that was recently asked on PHP. And to be more specific the question was How Do I Show Different Content to Visitors From a Specific Country Using PHP?

Do you have an alternative solution, maybe a fresher technique? You can leave your comment below, or you can leave a your answer on the original question on Answers here


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Round-Up of Fresh jQuery Tutorials

August 12, 2010 • By

There really is no limit to what can be achieved with jQuery. And when it is in the right hands those limits are challenged all the time, constantly pushing back its seemingly endless boundaries by developing fresh and creative techniques. In this design news round-up we have collected our favorite recent jQuery tutorials.



The Future of Mobile Development

August 6, 2010 • By

There was an interesting question posted in the last few week on Answers, discussing a web design topic which is very popular and certainly relevant within the design community. The question was “What Do You Think is the Future of Mobile Development?”. Questions like these deserve to be opened up to a wider readership, so, what do you think?



Aloha Editor, CSS3 Pie, FontFonter – Impressive Fresh Tools

August 5, 2010 • By

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.



Fresh Photoshop Tutorials and Resources

August 3, 2010 • By

Today we have a nice round-up of hand-picked and fresh articles and resources for all of the Photoshop fans out… that will pretty much everyone then! There are is a huge selection (50!) of tutorials for the latest and greatest CS5, a selection of trending lighting tutorials, 100+ Photoshop actions and finally an impressive selection of web layout templates. Hope you find them useful.


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Inline Style

July 30, 2010 • By

One of the great things about our Design Reviver Answers is that it gives the novice or amateur web designer the opportunity to ask a basic question and have it answered by one of the many seasoned pro users that we have. It truly is a great site for learning and understanding, for designers of every level.

This weeks highlighted question, from an amateur designer, is: “What is Inline Style?”



Free Professional Developer Icon Sets

July 28, 2010 • By

Nothing gets a web designer more excited than a good high quality and (especially) FREE icon set. And that is exactly what we have for you in today’s design news round-up.

You will find five fresh sets that that are perfect for web and mobile app developers, and all are completely free.



Super charge your design toolbox with my favorite free & cheap tools and resources.

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