This guide is intended for designers that are venturing into responsive web design for the very first time. We cover those key areas of RWD (responsive web design) you should consider learning when building your first mobile-friendly website.
It's now commonplace for mobile user interfaces to include touch gestures for an enhanced user experience. So what exactly is a touch gesture? Think Twitter with its pull to refresh, or Apple Maps with its pinch to zoom. It can even be as simple as a swipe or press and hold.
Have you ever wondered what separates a good WordPress theme from a great one? It’s all in the details. Sure, lots of themes will provide you with the same basic features. But those that are crafted with attention to detail truly stand out.
Don't know how to build a WordPress blog? Not quite sure where to start? Let us show you how to do it. All the way from hosting to picking your theme, to installing a plugin and finally writing your first WordPress post.
It may seem unimportant, but for a web designer, the ability to produce good-looking photos using Adobe Lightroom is an edge, particularly in attracting more clients. With the sudden influx of high-resolution and cheaper Digital Single-Lens Reflex (DSLR) cameras, photos are now becoming must-haves for websites.
A database is an essential part of most websites. From simple blogs to complex e-commerce websites, everything is being driven by a database. If you are a web developer, you definitely know a lot about MySQL.
Two of the most often used words in the web design industry are UX and UI, which stands for user experience and user interface. Although they sound simple, there have been a lot of misconceptions and complications regarding their differences causing quite a stir in the design community.