One day to go! What is considered one of the most intriguing and awe-inspiring web events around, will take place in London on Tue 25th and Fri 26th.
News and Articles
Creating an impressive site and listing it in a CSS gallery has become a well known strategy for getting traffic. Collis Ta’eed, author of NorthxEast, show us his experience.
On Digital Web Magazine a chapter excerpt from the recently published book, Web Standards Creativity. Title of the excerpt: Creative Use of PNG Transparency in Web Design by Jeff Croft.
Nowdays designers’ needs are growing faster than CSS official recommendations. In an article which ends with the suggestion of CSS2.2 as interim step, Andy Buddy investigates the possible causes, both technical and political, of the delay in CSS3 recommendation release.
To improve the content of his next book (pubblication date: winter 2008), Luke Wroblewski has created a blog to talk about the design of Web Forms, the most crucial online interactions.
A comprehensive explanation of what is comprised in the term and what not. At the end of the article, a list of resources for learning more.
Roger Johansson, author of 456 Berea Street, explain us how to create elegant, resizable and accessible link buttons with Css.
A long useful article with the answers of 35 webdevelopers to 5 design-related questions asked in March by Smashing Magazine.
The first italian CSS gallery is now available. You can browse our database of well designed and innovative CSS based websites. We are still working to solve out some technical and presentational problems.
Developed by DailyBlogTips.com, the Blog Project, consists of a list of tips provided by different bloggers for generating traffic to websites.
A set of 131 Photoshop Web 2.0 Layer Styles to speed up the design process.
On a recent well-done article, Smashing magazine presents 70 useful tips, tricks, tips, ideas, methods, techniques and solutions used by expert webdesigners for better semantic css coding.
After three beta versions, Microsoft has released the developer toolbar for IE 6+. It provides several features for exploring and understanding the pages of websites we are creating or simply visiting. Available to download on the Microsoft’s website.
Panic, makers of the FTP application Transmit has released a new great product for Mac OS X: Coda. It’s a text editor + Transmit + CSS editor + terminal + books + more. Coda costs only $79. A good choice for web developers who like to hand code.