As the web has developed so has the technology and range of platforms we can use to engage with it. As the range of screens increases, higher resolution displays are becoming the norm whilst at the same time both larger and smaller screens are becoming more widespread than ever before.READ MORE
Sometimes to get your development juices flowing you just need a meaty project or an in-depth tutorial that you can sink your teeth into and lose yourself for a few hours in coding bliss. And that’s what we have for you today, three tutorials that will satisfy your code craving! They are not only roll-up-your-sleeves and put-on-a-pot-of-coffee good but they will also introduce you to some of the latest CSS3, HTML5 and jQuery techniques.
Whether you design for the web or print there is one key design tool that you should have in your design toolbox, and that is good and reliable color scheme tool… But which one? This was a question that was asked this week on Answers. We received a number of good answers and recommendations to a lot of great tools, but still felt we should open it up to the regular readers of Design Reviver. So here you have it: “What is the best color scheme tool?”
Today’s news is a refreshing look at some of the most recent jQuery tutorials and techniques. Accompanied with the recent popularity of CSS3, some of these new techniques are groundbreaking and others simply take a fresh look at older design techniques.
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?
As the web matures, there is an ever greater need and requirement for web designers and developers to grasp and learn any new technological advancements. With the new CSS3 properties, HTML5s advancement, WordPress rapidly approaching version 3.0 and with the recent release of the iPad, the demand on the developer has never been greater.