Replace Those Images with CSS: Rounded Corners

Replace Those Images with CSS: Rounded Corners

To me, one of the most exciting aspects of CSS3 is the ability to eliminate images from my CSS code. There are now multiple new CSS properties that can effectively replace the small, sliced-up images we all used to need to create visually stunning designs on the web. Read Article »

Useful PSD Files For Your Creativity

Useful PSD Files For Your Creativity

PSD files can be used to create beautiful, stunning, vibrant and very creative business cards, icons, characters, website layouts, photo manipulations and much more. Read Article »

Web Design Tips & Advice from A to Z

Web Design Tips & Advice from A to Z

Avoid flashy multimedia. Flashy graphics and multimedia may look nice, but they can make it hard for your visitors to get the information they want from your site, especially when viewing from a non Flash compatible device.

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HTML5 & CSS3: Take Your Design to Another Level

HTML5 & CSS3: Take Your Design to Another Level

While both languages for HTML5 and CSS3 aren’t fully complete yet, taking the time time to familiarize yourself with some of the pointers in this post can really help you achieve that clean look and feel for your site. Let’s take a deeper look at them.

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Using HTML5 To Transform WordPress’ TwentyTen Theme

Using HTML5 To Transform WordPress’ TwentyTen Theme

Last year, WordPress launched arguably its biggest update ever: WordPress 3.0. Accompanying this release was the brand new default theme, TwentyTen, and the promise of a new default theme every year. Read Article »

The Ins and Outs of CSS Resets

The Ins and Outs of CSS Resets

We’ve all felt that sinking feeling – the one that comes after discovering cross-browser layout problems on a page that appeared to be finished in our development browser of choice. Read Article »