How to Create a Slick and Clean Button in Photoshop

May 7, 2009

This Photoshop tutorial shows you how to create a simple and clean “Web 2.0 style” button sprite with a rollover state. You’ll also learn how to set up the sprite using some basic CSS techniques (CSS background sprite and CSS text image replacement).

By Jacob Gube

15 Excellent Places for Discovering Photoshop Brushes

May 6, 2009

There is an abundance of free brushes online, but the vastness of the interwebs makes it hard to find exactly what you’re looking for. This article attempts to bring together all the best places for Photoshop brushes, all in one nifty spot.

By Jacob Gube

50 Stunning and Beautiful Desktop Wallpapers

May 5, 2009

In this collection, you will find 50 beautiful desktop wallpapers handpicked for just you. You can never have enough wallpapers – and if you’re feeling like your desktop needs a face lift, check these out.

By Mirko Humbert

Four Ways Ruby on Rails Can Help You

May 3, 2009

Ruby on Rails, an open source web development framework, has revolutionized the way we create web applications. In this article, we discuss some of the ways Ruby on Rails can help you in rapidly building fully-featured web-based applications.

By Phil McClure

22 Professional Photoshop Image Enhancing Tutorials

May 1, 2009

Discover plenty of tutorials that deal with enhancing images, adding unique and impressive effects, and recreating digital replications of popular traditional photography techniques.

By Tomas Laurinavicius

20 Excellent JavaScript Navigation Techniques and Examples

JavaScript allows you to add interactivity and feedback, making the user’s experience better and more intuitive. In this article you’ll discover some terrific and unique JavaScript-powered navigation techniques and examples.

By Kawsar Ali

Warm Forest Giveaway Results

Apr 29, 2009

Last week, Warm Forest and Six Revisions asked you what you thought the best Flash portfolio website was. To make things fun, Warm Forest kindly donated two Aspen Flash templates (worth $89.00 dollars each) to give away to a couple of randomly selected commenters.

By Jacob Gube