When I was first introduced to CSS, my mind exploded with possibilities that CSS created, which lead to thoughts of what it could provide me as a web designer. CSS provided the bridge between web designers and web developers. We have all seen situations where a developer created almost the perfect website, yet it didn’t have the appeal that a good front end designer could present. Now with CSS, you could have both in a seamless creation of perfection.READ MORE
There are no clear and defined skill-sets a developer should have to build a web site, with so many different technological possibilities it can be difficult deciding which to focus on. A question on this subject was recently asked on Answers, so, what skills do you think a front-end developer should have?
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.READ MORE
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.
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 jQuery resources. You’ll find some useful and powerful plugins, as well as an update of the jQuery Visual cheat sheet from woorkup and there is also a very detailed and comprehensive online jQuery training manual, that is called jQuery Fundamentals.
Every once in a while we like to highlight and showcase some new web applications (preferably free) that are aimed primarily towards designers. So, in this news round-up we have found three really useful fresh apps that we are sure you will love as much as we do.
Knowing what you now know about web design, if you could go back to when you first started out, what would you choose to learn first? That was one of the topics discussed this week on Design Reviver Answers and felt it was a good question to open up to our main readers on Design Reviver.