Whenever we start work designing a website one of the first things we always do is throw a bunch of colours and textures onto the canvas, but sometimes a design will benefit from the clean and crisp appearance of a pure white background. This showcase rounds up 20 minimal website designs that prove that sometimes less is more.
Posts from April, 2012
Continue this step by step tutorial to create a simple single page portfolio website design that will self-update using shots from your Dribbble profile. In this second and final part of the series we’ll go through the process of building the Photoshop concept into a working HTML/CSS web page then add the jQuery plugins to pull in our Dribbble portfolio shots.
Follow this step by step tutorial to create a simple single page portfolio website design that will self-update using shots from your Dribbble profile. In this first of the two part series we’ll go through the process of designing the website concept in Photoshop, before coding up the HTML and CSS next week.
We started seeing experimentation and articles about CSS3 @keyframes animation in 2011, but back then support was limited to webkit browsers. As of mid 2011 Firefox 5 gained support, and we can expect the next incarnation of Internet Explorer (10) to also show support, so now is the perfect time to get to grips with the
@keyframes syntax. This post rounds up 10 articles that explain how to use this cool CSS3 feature, each with examples and demos.
Just like servicing a car, or giving your house a spring clean, WordPress really benefits from a good once-over every now and again to keep it running fast and efficiently. This post rounds up 10 useful plugins that will really help service and maintain your WordPress blog.