SlideshowBox is a collection of interactive Flash gallery templates that allow you to create custom photo slideshows without code. Smartketer, the software company that created SlideshowBox, has teamed up with us to hand out five SlideshowBox Premium Plus licenses.

For a chance to win, leave a comment answering the following question: How can SlideshowBox help you in your projects?

This giveaway ends on May 31, 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 Please note that comments that don’t follow the instructions on how to participate (described above) may not be published.

Beautiful and Very High-Resolution Wallpapers

Do you have a boring desktop wallpaper? Are you tired of looking at the same, old desktop wallpaper? Well, here’s the remedy. This collection contains beautiful, high-quality and high-resolution (at least 1900x1200px) wallpapers. I hope you will find several wallpapers to refresh and invigorate your workspace.


Beautiful Footers in Modern Web Design for Inspiration

Over a year and a half ago, Six Revisions published a footer inspiration collection named 25 Stylish Website Footer Designs (which you should also check out). Today, we have the next generation of footer designs showcased in this collection.


What is The Future of Web Development?

What we do on the Web changes every day. The web development industry is constantly evolving. While we may not be able to tell the day-to-day changes while it’s happening, it’s easy for us to look back to the past few months and see that a lot of things we do now are much different than what we’ve been doing before.


Examples of CSS3 in the Wild

Seeing CSS3 on actual functioning websites is a lot like spotting a Himalayan Snow Leopard or a Giant Panda. Because roughly 53 percent of browsers in use don’t support CSS3 (ahem, IE, ahem), most web designers just don’t use it on a regular basis. At least they don’t use it on sites they design for work. As such, most people don’t see it regularly, and if they do, it’s just a fleeting glimpse.


How to Grow a Community: Insights from Experts

Growing a large, active community is hard work. I know from experience. When I launched my startup, Concept Feedback (a website feedback community for designers and developers) less than a year ago, I wish I had the insights that these veterans shared with me while doing these interviews.

If you’re developing a website, trying to attract customers or building a community, I hope the wisdom offered here helps you get where you’re trying to go just a little bit faster.


Last week, we held a giveaway for a complimentary pass to the Voices That Matter: Web Design Conference, which will take place on June 28-29, 2010 in San Francisco, CA.

The winner of the Voices That Matter: Web Design Conference pass is Shaymein Ewer.