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How to Convert a Slick PSD Design to XHTML/CSS

By Cody Robertson on September 16th, 2010 Category: Tutorials 10 Comments

How to Convert A Slick PSD Design to XHTML-CSS

Converting a Adobe PSD to a static HTML/CSS page can be quite the hassle, so today I will demonstrate how to go about the process. We are going to take the PSD template below and convert it to a fully XHTML/CSS layout that works in all major browsers (IE6+). The page is essentially broken down […]

Emerging New Design Trends

By Liam McCabe on September 14th, 2010 Category: Articles 3 Comments

Emerging new design trends

When designing a website, a poster or pretty much anything it is important to understand what is possible before you begin designing. For example, what software is available, what features are available within these software to produce the result you are looking for. Software and programming/markup languages are always changing with features being removed and added. This can lead to […]

7 Products that Changed the Visual Style of Their Industries

By Matthew on August 19th, 2010 Category: Articles 3 Comments

7 Products that Changed the Visual Style of Their Industries

The world of technology is packed with examples of disruptive design. From Apple’s near endless rollout of slick products to the hundreds of design-is-function startups that have popped up online, it’s difficult not to witness the way that sleek design and careful usability have entered the business world. It’s tempting to think that we’re in […]

Learning JavaScript and DOM with Console

By Hein on August 2nd, 2010 Category: Tutorials 7 Comments

Learning JavaScript and DOM with Console

In this tutorial, you are going to learn what a console is, and more importantly, how you can leverage it to learn JavaScript and DOM quickly. So let’s get started. Console? A console is not a specific project or a command-line terminal, nor is it a Xbox 360 or PS3 (though learning JavaScript and DOM […]

Creating a Text Drop Shadow without using CSS3

By Stelian on June 9th, 2010 Category: Tutorials 10 Comments

Creating a Text Drop Shadow without using CSS3

Even though many people are seeing users upgrade their browsers to newer ones from IE6, it is still useful to know how to use drop shadow without using CSS3. The method means it will not rely on images, so there will be less data needed to be downloaded to the client’s browser and less time […]

48 Amazing Movie Posters for your Inspiration

By Swat Chap on June 5th, 2010 Category: Inspiration 3 Comments

48 Movie Posters for your Inspiration

Movie posters are great source of inspiration. They have a combination of different elements made to look visually appealing. Some of the elements used are illustrations, fonts and vectors. Movie posters usually are photo manipulation made to add emphasis and show more appeal to the audience. Some are made to show horror while others are […]