I’ve always been a fan of Apple’s design. As a web designer, I’m sure that many of you are. When Apple released the iPhone and iPod Touch, thousands of apps hit the app store. As a result, web designers started creating sites for Apple apps. These sites promote, give information about, and help sell these apps. In this showcase, you’ll find 35 beautiful handpicked app websites.
A portfolio design is a reflection of the skills and talents of the designer that owns it. Often, the hardest web design is creating your own portfolio, and thus, can take a lot of the designer’s time to create and finish. This collection is a follow up of the showcase called, "25 Impressive Portfolio Web Designs" which you should view as well.
Feast your eyes on some of the web’s most beautiful online portfolios.
Our instinctive dislike for forms originates from having to fill out seemingly endless paper forms, many of which require a Master’s degree in Form Content Filling to understand and fill out correctly the first time.
Unfortunately, in the offline world, getting some answer wrong would mean having to fill out the form in full and sending it again, usually days apart.
Here’s a chance to win a copy of my book, MooTools 1.2 Beginner’s Guide published by Packt Publishing. Five winners will be selected to win a copy.
The giveaway ends on March 3, 2010 after which the comments section on this post will be closed. We’ll use your email address to contact you if you win. The winners will be randomly selected and announced on a separate post. Please note that comments that don’t follow the instructions on how to participate (described above) may not be published.
It’s a book for beginning web developers looking to make interactive websites and web applications rapidly with the help of MooTools.
The book is formatted in a way that teaches you by way of practical examples that you can apply to real-world situations.
If you’ve read my tutorials here on Six Revisions, you can expect the same level of detail and clarity in each page of the "MooTools 1.2 Beginner’s Guide".
On the surface, saving images for the web can be a pretty straightforward process. However, if you dig deeper there’s a wealth of information and techniques you might be missing out on.
This article will focus primarily on the diverse features of Photoshop’s “Save for Web & Devices” command along with some best practices related to saving images that are optimized for web use. We’ll start extremely basic for all the beginners, but there will be plenty of advanced information for the seasoned veterans as we progress.