Archive for the “Web Design” Category

Browser, Get Ready for the Smaller Screen!

Posted on October 29th, 2012 by Jake Neeley

Just like in physics, where events unfolding before our eyes in the real world don’t seem to bear much correlation to what’s happening at the quantum or microscopic level, such is the situation in web browser usage when comparing desktops to mobile devices. Using NetMarketShare as the source for Internet statistics we see the interesting…

Internet Explorer 10 Goes Where No Browser Has Gone Before (So Says Microsoft!)

Posted on September 19th, 2012 by Jake Neeley

HTML5 is here and is reshaping the way websites using our cheap hosting platforms are developed and designed. Web browser developers are continually updating to support HTML5, including Internet Explorer (IE). Past versions of IE have caused a few headaches for web developers so on that note, how many HTML5 features do you think are…

Yes, web designerswe sympathize!

Posted on January 20th, 2012 by Clint Reeves

Warning: Not everyone will agree with the conclusions drawn here. Some of you may be smarter than the rest of us and found ways to limit the damage. If so, write your comments at end of article so we can all learn from your experiences! If you are a web designer you know what it…

5 Do’s That Will Help Your Site Succeed!

Posted on April 28th, 2011 by Clint Reeves

There is a battle that wages every minute of every day. There are many underdogs, and sadly, many casualties. If you were going to send your forces into the battle, wouldn?t you want to equip them to win instead of sending them to their deaths? Of course, the answer is that you would never knowingly…

5 Google Resolutions for your Website

Posted on January 1st, 2010 by Tom

Gobbled too much turkey or downed too much eggnog over the holidays? Here are 5 Google resolutions that?ll kick your website into shape in 2010. 1. Use Web Analytics If you run your website for fun, manage a website for a huge company, design the layouts or code-up the pagecheck out web analytics. This is…

15 Free Resources For Designers Part 2

Posted on November 5th, 2009 by Noah

Part 2 is here! Continuing last weeks post that brought you 15 free resources for designers, here we are again with yet ANOTHER 15 free resources to keep you moving along in your quest to be the best (that rhymes) designer you can be. Without further ado, let’s begin (in no particular order, as always):…

15 Free Resources For Designers Part 1

Posted on October 29th, 2009 by Noah

Who doesn’t love something free? In this post, I’ll be pointing you in the direction of over 15 FREE resources for all the aspiring designers out there. The beauty of these resources (besides being free of course!) is that they are both great time savers for those that have to create quick mock ups day…

Improve the readability of favicon’s

Posted on September 22nd, 2009 by Tom

I got linked to an interesting article on Typophile.com today and thought it’d be good to share In the article Miha shows off his use of ninja skills and false color to improve the readability of favicons, if you’re into design or typography you can check out the full article at: http://typophile.com/node/60577 What is a…

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