Archive for September, 2010

Adobe Flash CS5 support for iPhone

Thursday, September 30th, 2010

One of the major flaws of the Apple iPhone and the Apple iPad is the absence of flash support. With this new tool, developers will be able to produce flash content that will actually work on Apple’s mobile devices.

How To Use CSS3 Media Queries To Create a Mobile Version of Your Website

Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

CSS3 continues to both excite and frustrate web designers and developers. We are excited about the possibilities that CSS3 brings, and the problems it will solve, but also frustrated by the lack of support in Internet Explorer 8. This article will demonstrate a technique that uses part of CSS3 that is also unsupported by Internet Explorer 8. However, it doesn’t matter as one of the most useful places for this module is somewhere that does have a lot of support — small devices such as the iPhone, and Android devices.

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35 Gallery – Ajax Slide

Tuesday, September 28th, 2010

Ajax Image Galleries Lightboxes TripTracker The TripTracker slideshow is a lightweight JavaScript image viewer with an animated slideshow.

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Mobile Web Design Standard

Monday, September 27th, 2010

• Accept in mind different screen sizes of mobile users. The largest screen size available is probably 640 x 480, whereas the average is closer to 120 pixels
• The most important information of your site must be right at the top of the page as it can be very time-consuming for browsers to read through
• Text entry can be quite difficult. Users prefer to select values from a list of choices, such as radio buttons or lists
• Always provide a ‘back’ button or link, since many phones don’t include a back button
• Images should be jpeg or gif

Massive Collection of Elegant Thin Fonts

Friday, September 24th, 2010

Typography is one of the most crucial design elements, and as such, finding the most appropriate fonts for your project can be a challenging task.

Today we’re making it easy for you, with a collection of 70 free thin fonts that we gathered from the web and that you can download to use right now. Most of them are sans-serif although there are a few serif options as well.

Thin fonts are becoming extremely popular these days; their clean lines are perfect for logos and headers.

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Logo Design

Thursday, September 23rd, 2010

Imagine of all the special types of symbol that can symbolize some feature of the business and start sketching those things out.

Minimalism in Web Design

Tuesday, September 21st, 2010

Minimalism is a word that gets tossed around in a lot of different contexts. Whether it be a lifestyle or an art form, saying something is “minimalistic” can take on a variety of meanings.
In the web design field, minimalism is carving out an ever-increasing niche among designers that are looking to convey important content in a new way. Like just about any trend or theory in the web design world, minimalism can be easy to get wrong.

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Adobe CS5 Wet Paint

Monday, September 20th, 2010

CS5 supports realistic color mixing that resembles the way you would mix real paint. This feature is similar to that found in Corel’s Painter application.

Animated Menu with jQuery

Saturday, September 18th, 2010

Ever seen some excellent jQuery navigation that left you wanting to make one of your own? Today we’ll aim to do just that by building a menu and animate it with some smooth effects.

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Web Designing Trend Typography

Friday, September 17th, 2010

Typography is one of the popular trends in 2010. This trend started over the past year. Web designers are often afraid of using new and different fonts. With all the cries for usability, web designers are afraid of using new and different fonts. Fonts should be explored, twisted and molded.