Billings 3 Giveaway Results

May 19, 2009

Last week, Marketcircle, developers of award-winning business applications such as Daylite and Billings for Mac OS X and the iPhone, and Six Revisions asked you what you thought the best time-tracking app was.

By Jacob Gube

Create a Slick and Accessible Slideshow Using jQuery

May 18, 2009

In this web development tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a slick and web accessible slideshow widget using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript (jQuery). In the process, you’ll see the concept of Progressive Enhancement in action.

By Jacob Gube

Getting Started with Ruby on Rails: Installation

May 17, 2009

This article will guide you through the process of installing Ruby on Rails, and any other software that is required to begin using it.

By Phil McClure

25 Great Examples of Using Gradient Effects in Web Designs

May 16, 2009

Using color gradients, or effects that transition two or more colors with one another, is one of the most popular design techniques in web design. They’re easy to create yet hard to get right. In this showcase, you’ll witness some of the best examples of using color gradients in the hopes of inspiring you in your own designs.

By Jacob Gube

JavaScript Debugging Techniques in IE 6

May 15, 2009

Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 6 is almost universally hated by web developers. It’s hard to work with and support, but with a few techniques, you can make the process less painful.

By Ben Dowling

Make High-Impact Backgrounds for Your Designs with Photoshop

May 14, 2009

In this Photoshop web design tutorial, you’ll learn about creating dynamic and high-impact backgrounds that you can use on your own web layouts. We’ll go over color/gradient techniques, lighting effects, and using textures and patterns.

By Tyler Denis

30 Brilliant Photoshop Lighting Effects Tutorials

May 13, 2009

A current trend in design is adding lighting effects to enhance your digital art. In this article, you’ll find 30 dazzling lighting techniques that you can use to add a bit of sparkle into your work.

By Jacob Gube