Last week, SnobbySlice and Six Revisions asked you what you thought the best web design gallery was. There were close to 200 participants, and today, we’re glad to announce the winners of the giveaway.
The winners are:
There are many services out on the web for online collaboration, but there’s no doubt that Google Docs is rapidly becoming one of the more popular brands. Google Docs is free, web based (i.e. cross platform), and quite simple to use. But that doesn’t mean it lacks features.
Whether you’re a regular user or have just been thinking about trying it out, here are the top 6 tips and tricks to help you get the most out of Google Docs.
1. Chatting in Google Docs
Christopher Murphy and Nicklas Persson are designers and digital artists as well as lecturers in interactive design at the University of Ulster at Belfast. In addition, they co-authored the newly-released book HTML and CSS Web Standards Solutions: A Web Standardistas’ Approach. They are passionately and actively promoting web standards in education and through their own practice and are now commonly referred to as the Web Standardistas.
Music lovers often are sensitive to design. This probably explains why so many music websites are so wonderfully designed and inspiring.
In this article, you’ll be able to discover 30 beautiful music websites that stand out from the crowd.
The utilization of paper as a design element in a web design is one of the most popular design trends. By using scraps of paper, cardboard textures, notebooks and notepads, a designer is able to compose an interesting and elaborate design. You’ll see paper used in various kinds of design components – in backgrounds, navigation menus, content areas, and all sorts of other web page parts.
In this showcase, you’ll see some of the best web designs that involve the use of paper elements and textures – for your inspiration.
A site’s navigation menu is one of the most prominent things that users see when they first visit. There are many ways to design a navigation menu – and since almost all websites have some form of navigation – designers have to push their creative limits to build one that’s remarkable and outstanding.
In this article, you’ll find a showcase of beautiful, creative, and stylish navigation menus for your inspiration.
In this article, we explore the strengths of jQuery in letting web developers create impressive client-side-based user interface components. Whether you’re looking for a particular interface/interaction pattern built on Query (like module tabs or modal windows) or you simply want to learn the library by engaging in step-by-step tutorials – you should be able to find something here for you.