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Four Amazing and Fresh Web Designer Tools

June 1, 2010 • By

Web design is anything but easy, at every turn there is always a fresh problem – demanding clients, new technologies to learn, a debuggable bug, fighting with browsers that don’t like you… the list goes on and on.

That is why we always love it and are very grateful when a developer devotes a huge chunk of there time and develops a tool that makes developing that little bit easier. You will find four such tools below.



Tips for Creating a Nice Drop Down Menu Effect

May 28, 2010 • By

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?


Cool Resource: The Google Font API and Font Directory

May 20, 2010 • By

A couple of days Google introduced the Google Font API and Google Font Directory to everybody.

The Google Font API provides a simple, cross-browser method for using any font in the Google Font Directory on your web page.

The fonts have all the advantages of normal text: in addition to being richer visually, text styled in web fonts is still searchable, scales crisply when zoomed, and is accessible to users using screen readers.READ MORE


4 Creative and Fresh jQuery Tutorials

May 11, 2010 • By

Sometimes the basics of web design are simply not enough, and sometimes your creative needs demand that you “work out of the box” and build a web page that breaks normal convention. Enter jQuery, the modern days web design super-hero, to your creative rescue.

In this news round-up we have the best and most creative jQuery tutorials to help add some creativity to your web designs. READ MORE


How Can I Decrease Page Loading Times on My Site?

May 7, 2010 • By

In the past web designers had no option but to focus on page load times, it was a darker time when internet connection speeds rarely went over 52kb. Times have changed, internet speeds have dramatically improved and as a result the allowance and tolerance for heavier web pages has increased as they meet user demand for functionality and the designers creative appetite.READ MORE


12 Super JavaScript Animation Frameworks

April 19, 2010 • By

JavaScript is a powerful, flexible, and popular programming language for the web. It allows you to do a wide array of dynamic functions that would otherwise be much harder or inconvenient to create. Because of how straightforward JS is, it’s even become the language of choice for animation when compared to Flash.READ MORE


How to Choose a Right JavaScript Framework

March 31, 2010 • By

JavaScript frameworks allow you to develop and code with JS rapidly. Frameworks speed up your development process and reduce the amount of code needed to produce certain functions. Below we’re going to dive into JavaScript frameworks and analyze the most widely used of all. We are mostly going to elaborate on how to choose a framework and the questions you need to ask before you make a final choice.READ MORE


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