There are a lot of good web design and development blogs that present interesting materials every day. Unfortunately you can't read all this stuff, because it will take too much time. Do you want to change the situation for better?
Working on projects in the past, I was able to create iPhone templates. Today on my web design blog, I would like to share 3 unique web template designs for your iPhone device. These templates are very unique and I have never shared them before this time. While designing these templates, I took into account the size of the iphone device and all of the specific details for ease of use. These templates are yours completely free of charge. In each archived template, you will find PSD files for editing the design of your new templates. Simply download your new iPhone templates.
Our customer service team is the backbone of what we do. They’re our face and voice to customers. They drive the direction of our software by channeling customer feedback and ideas. So, as our customer numbers and support team grows we want to make sure we’re maintaining our high standards of quality.
As soon as you place more than one element on the page you create a pattern and pattern is the seed of rhythm. Whether or not you plan for it, your design will have rhythm running through it. Rhythm activates space. Rhythm creates mood. Rhythm can lead visitors through your design.
Often times, businesses that want to create a website consider skipping the wireframing process. Usually, these businesses believe that because clients and customers won’t understand the purpose of a wireframe that they are not necessary. And as anybody acquainted with business knows, when something’s considered not necessary, it’s not done. Unfortunately for these websites that are developed by skipping the wire framing process, it’s actually a very bad idea.
Web design by its very nature continues to evolve, as it must, to make the most of modern browsers and the likes of HTML5, CSS3 and JQuery, and to provide a wonderful user experience for tablet and smartphone owners.
Last week I offered some thoughts about rhythm, specifically the rhythm of visual elements. Those thoughts were focused more on the theory. Today I want to lean more toward the practical side and talk about aspects of design we work with regularly and how we can add rhythm to our work through them.
Today I spoke at Future of Web Design in New York on The Future of CSS Layout. For a decade we’ve been using floats for creating CSS layouts, and while they’re still the best choice for creating most multi-column designs, we’ve all been frustrated by their quirks and limitations. So in this presentation, I talked about some of the new and exciting CSS layout techniques that are either working right now, right around the corner, or a little ways down the road. I talked about how to use not only inline-block and table-cell display, but also how to use the Flexible Box Layout module in practical ways as a progressive enhancement technique for the layouts you’re crafting today.
CSS and the Beautiful Future of Web Design by Gizmodo UK. CSS might sound like a language that only geeks can decipher, but its accessibility and power has turned the web into a beautiful playground. This is the l .
Howdy, folks! Welcome to more Smashing Magazine CSS Q&A. It works like this: you send in questions you have about CSS, and at least once a month we’ll pick out the best questions and answer them so that everyone can benefit from the exchange. Your question could be about a very specific problem you’re having, or it could even be a question about a philosophical approach. We’ll take all kinds.