Responsive Web Design is more than just adjusting a web experience to different screen sizes. Becoming device-agnostic is an important step for creating future-proof websites and here are a couple of thoughts on that.
Don’t start your project with an empty style sheet: there are many great snippets that can make your life easier and speed up web development. We are going to show you some handy snippets that you might find useful for kick-starting your next project.
Slit Slider is a slideshow with a twist: when navigating the slides, the current one will be “cut open” into two slices and moved away, revealing the next or previous slide. The slider can be used in a responsive context and it has been updated and improved.
This is a collection of some basic styles that can come in handy when creating your own style definitions. Learn how to make some useful classes for simple styles and how to apply them to a variety of elements.
Design critiques are not only the way to an improved design, they are also a great educational opportunity for all parties involved. If held properly by following some basic guidelines they can bring along a great collaboration experience and positively influence the progress of a project.
Being creative is a state of mind and finding that creative state of mind can be difficult. Here are some ideas and tips on how to get out of a creative slump and what to do in order to stay in a creative mind set.
The Application Icon Set by Matt Gentile consists of 120 pixel-perfect icons in three different sizes (16px, 32px and 64px) and it comes in three formats (PSD, PNG and CSH). The icons are vector shapes so you can scale them to any size.