The week is coming to an end and that means it is time for us to look back on the week that passed, the best design news, resources and other goodies. This week we look at great PSD Tutorials, amazing jQuery plugins, design tips that will make your visitors go crazy and much more.
HTML5 templates have become extremely popular and for a good reason. HTML5 is still a work in process, but it has brought a lot of new features to the table. Recent versions of the leading browsers support many of them already, and they continue to add new features.
There are numerous plugins for creating your own guided website tour. This animated page effect is very useful to new visitors who are just learning the ropes of your website layout. How do they know all the important interface features and menu links? By using a guided tour it is easy to explain all of these features to users who are interested.
Even if you have the best web design templates, it may still be necessary to go for some Photoshop tutorials to know how to create a site which is unique to you. The level of success you have online is determined by the type of site you have, and how attractive it is. The look of your site could be the major thing making an internet user to be interested in buying your products, even before checking whether or not his or her needs would be met by what you are offering.
This is our jQuery roundup for July 2013 – So here are some interesting collection of fresh and cool jQuery plugins for designers and developers. S Gallery The plugin makes use of HTML5′s FullScreen API, and relies heavily on CSS3 animations goodness and CSS3 transforms, so it will work only in browsers that support these features. slimMenu slimMenu is a lightweight jQuery plugin, which is made to create responsive and multi-level navigation menus on the fly.
How many of you think that there is not enough hours in the day to manage your blog, participate in social media communities, while running a successful business?If you are one of the many bloggers and business owners who constantly looking for more ways to be efficient, then you are in for a treat.I own and manage numerous multi-author blogs including WPBeginner, the largest free WordPress resource site.
We made the buttons on the screen look so good you’ll want to lick them.
~ Steve Jobs
You’re creating great content to attract an audience. A loyal audience that comes to know, like and trust you. But what if you never get the attention of that audience in the first place? What if your blog visitors take one look at your well-written words and move right along because your page looks bland, boring, and amateurish? You lose them at hello. Your words never had a chance to take root.
Applications undergo constant change. Remember a time when computer was a hard box that stood apart in one place and used to spread a peculiar black and white color? Today, the technology has advanced to such an extent that computers have become mobile plus they use touch tabs instead of keypad. With a running OS 8 for windows, this change has been welcomed by the tech community.
Logo designing is never an easy job. Here in this post I would like to share some creative logo designs for inspiration and logo designing tips which can help you to make this job less difficult. Be dynamic – Avoid using rigid approach instead use flexible approachMake it adaptive – Should not lose its exquisiteness if the background is changedKeep it simple – Too much fancy logo often loses its professional touchDon’t copy – Keep it unique so that it does not relate to any existing logo.
Looking for a little expertise in HTML5, coding or going it alone? Well, to need to get bogged down in hefty hardbacks – there’s a huge range of digestible ebooks for you to get your teeth into. And most importantly, many of them are free. Here we list of 10 of the best.
Ever wanted to add cool buttons to your WordPress website with just a few clicks? In this review, I will take a look at Max Buttons, a free button generator plugin for WordPress that I believe does a good job.Websites typically have very specific purposes related to making visitors take some kind of action – like signing up for a newsletter, creating and account or making a purchase.