Line25 is a weblog based around the topic of web design, created and maintained by Iggy. It’s the home to a range of posts that aim to give ideas and inspiration to web creatives, ranging from roundups of cool website designs and tutorials to help you learn new skills and techniques. No matter whether you’re a seasoned web professional or someone learning the basics of web design you’ll find regularly updated content to feed your creativity.
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The posts here on Line25 are split into three categories:
In the articles category you’ll find in-depth overviews and observations of web design trends, roundups of useful resources and interviews with some of the most prominent figures in the web design community.
The frequently updated inspiration category is home to the Line25 Sites of the Week series which presents a bunch of the best website designs every Friday. It also features collections of design examples based around a specific theme or style.
Tutorials are a great resource for learning new tips and techniques. The tutorials on Line25 cover web design processes from Photoshop mockups to complete website builds, as well as a range of helpful hints for building websites with WordPress.
Line25 was built by Chris Spooner. Wait, that’s me! After having plenty of fun developing my first blog over at Blog.SpoonGraphics, I decided to branch out and do it all again with Line25. The structure of both sites is very similar, they are both WordPress blogs and present tutorials and articles as the main types of content. The main difference is Blog.SpoonGraphics has developed a reputation for Illustrator and general design topics, whereas Line25 focuses specifically on web design.
After the launch of Line25 in early March 2009, it has seen a terrific reception with traffic and subscriber stats growing at an excellent rate. I’m looking forward to developing the site with plenty of useful content in the future, I’d love to have you stick around.