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Posts from July, 2010

Line25 Sites of the Week for July 30th 2010

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Line25 Sites of the Week is a weekly roundup of the most outstanding website designs that I stumble across during my every day browsing. In this week’s collection, we have designs from Made By Water, New Adventures in Web Design, Wez Maynard, Digitallabs and Billy Tamplin.

Creating a Stylish Blog Design Layout in Photoshop

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One of my current projects is a redesign of my personal blog over at ChrisSpooner.com. The aim is to move away from the current fun and cartoony theme and give it a more sophisticated, minimal and stylish design. I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to create a blog design walkthrough. This tutorial starts with the Photoshop stage of the blog design process, and shows how the design and layout are created to form an initial concept from which the fully coded blog will be based on.

15 High Quality Mini Icon Sets for Your Web Projects

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Icons and visual clues are important additions to any web app, but they can be difficult to create yourself because of the tiny dimensions. Luckily there’s stacks of free high quality icon sets out there on the web, that have been created by talented designers. You can be sure that you’ll find almost any style of icon you need in this collection of packs.

Line25 Sites of the Week for July 16th 2010

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Line25 Sites of the Week is a weekly roundup of the most outstanding website designs that I stumble across during my every day browsing. In this week’s collection, we have designs from Thomas Bishop, The Rockstar Foundation, King Scooty, Andrew Greig and Appsaurus.

Style Your Site According to the Weather with jQuery

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By pulling in feed from the Yahoo API with jQuery, you can style your website according to the Weather! Find out how by following this step by step guide. We’ll start by creating four backgrounds for sun, rain, snow and cloudy, then use a clever jQuery script to pull in the forecast. To finish things off, we’ll even create a cool manual override, allowing users to switch through the various themes themselves.