How to Teach Web Design Using Optimal Learning and Gestalt

Oct 15 2010 by Michael Tuck | 13 Comments

How to Teach Web Design Using Optimal Learning and Gestalt

This article attempts to give you, the reader, a leg up on how to teach new hires, colleagues, or your nephews and great-aunties the basics of Web Design using optimal learning and gestalt principles.

The idea of teaching Web Design (or anything really) can be examined in the light of gestaltism.

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10 Basic Tips for Improving WordPress Themes

Oct 14 2010 by Julius Kuhn-Regnier | 70 Comments

10 Tips for Improving WordPress Themes

A lot of people use WordPress as their blogging platform. After installing WordPress, newly christened WordPress users will usually try to find and download WordPress themes that they can use so that their site looks different from the default theme. Whether a WordPress theme is free or premium, there are plenty of ways to improve them. The following WordPress theme tips cover basic customization, styling and optimization.

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Important Features All Blogs Should Really Have

Oct 13 2010 by Jake Rocheleau | 21 Comments

Important Features All Blogs Should Really Have

Blogging is more commonplace now than ever before. It’s estimated that there are at least 147 million blogs[1] covering topics from technology to Japanese theme restaurants.

But regardless of the vastness of the blogosphere and the diversity of blog topics, there are a handful of site features that you’ll likely find in most of them. In addition, readers have come to expect these site features to be available to them when they visit their favorite blogs.

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HTML5 Canvas Element Guide

Oct 12 2010 by Louis Lazaris | 18 Comments

HTML5 Canvas Element Guide

The HTML5 <canvas> element has a unique history. Starting out as an Apple creation and dating back to 2004, canvas was eventually added to the official W3C HTML5 spec, becoming one of the most interesting and exciting parts of HTML5.

Unfortunately, this element takes a bit of work to understand and, unlike your usual run-of-the-mill HTML elements, requires more than just static markup and styling.

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Evolution of Websites: A Darwinian Tale

Oct 11 2010 by Alexander Dawson | 39 Comments

Evolution of Websites: A Darwinian Tale

The web is constantly evolving. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see how quickly new technologies are being adopted and how fragile design trends are. While the web is still an infant relative to other mediums such as print, TV and radio, and still has fair amount of growing up to do, it has already amassed a rich history. Let’s take a look at how the medium has evolved throughout the years.

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50 Excellent Photography-Related Tutorials

Oct 10 2010 by Tomas Laurinavicius | 23 Comments

With the advent of affordable digital cameras and photo-editing software such as Photoshop, what used to be an expensive profession is more and more accessible to casual individuals.

There are many tutorials and guides on the web to help you become a photography master. This is a collection of 50 of the best tutorials and guides we could find for helping you capture better digital photos.

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Winner of $200 Coupon from BlueCotton.com

Oct 9 2010 by Jacob Gube | 5 Comments

Winner of $200 Coupon from BlueCotton.com

Last week, BlueCotton.com, a place to go for high-quality custom t-shirts, hosted a giveaway on Six Revisions for $200 worth of credit on their e-store. Over 150 participants chose to join in on the fun, suggesting ways they’d use their coupon if they won. This post announces the lucky winner.

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