This article presents an extremely useful set of tips and best practices for those who are still fairly new to working with typography on the web.
We’ll go over the most popular methods for embedding web fonts, sizing fonts and setting a solid line-height.July 5th, 2011 Posted in CSS
The process to set up and launch a full scale website requires a lot of hard work and dedication. It’s not an easy task to build up new templates and reform them every so often. However, as webmasters it is our responsibility to market and promote each of our launches and give each website a proper branding experience.
Today we’ll go over some extremely helpful search optimization techniques which have been passed down from web designers across the globe.July 4th, 2011 Posted in Business
Every week we take a look at a new website and analyze the design. We’ll point out both the areas that are done well in addition to those that could use some work. Finally, we’ll finish by asking you to provide your own feedback.
Today’s site is Okay Geek, an awesome gadget and tech blog.July 2nd, 2011 Posted in Critique
Rather than bring you a roundup of textures from other sources, this week we decided to do something a little different and build three custom wooden textures exclusively for our readers.
Keep reading to get a peek at these great free textures, which you can download and use in all of your projects completely attribution free!July 1st, 2011 Posted in Freebies
Today’s discussion topic was sparked by the launch of the new Google+ experiment, specifically Google Hangouts, which represent a new twist on video conferencing.
There’s an important lesson here about how you can take a product with not-so-revolutionary functionality and present it in such a way that it is instantly more useful to potential users.July 1st, 2011 Posted in Business
Yesterday we discussed the future of CSS layout and a few of the new modules that CSS3 brings to the table in this arena. One of these that we briefly touched on was CSS3 Flexbox.
Today we’re going to dig deeper into this model and build a full-on web page with it. It will by no means be ready to implement on your projects but it will give you further insight into one possible way that we will be coding websites in years to come. Plus, this stuff is just flat out fun to play with!June 30th, 2011 Posted in CSS
Floats are one of the most basic tools for structuring a web page using CSS. They’re both one of the very first things that we learn about and one of the last things that we truly master.
Today’s article looks at some of the reasons that floats are pretty lame and takes a look at a number of alternative layout systems, some of which are still under development but may one day represent the standard for CSS-based layout.June 29th, 2011 Posted in CSS
It’s astounding how many people weddings provide employment to: photographers, caterers, florists and even designers can make a great living by focusing partially or even completely on wedding-related clients.
Wedding invitation design is one of the most creative areas of print design today. Talented designers really pull out all the stops and create some amazingly inspirational pieces. Keep reading to see fifty astounding examples of wedding invitation design.June 28th, 2011 Posted in Inspiration
As a freelancer, you always need to have a solid selection of software at your disposal. One of our favourite sites – AppStorm – has been running a brilliant app bundle over the past eight days, and it’s drawing to a close very soon…
Just as a quick reminder, for the next 24 hours, you can get your hands on all the following for the rock-bottom price of $49…June 27th, 2011 Posted in Deals