Understanding and using Post meta in WordPress

Abbas Suterwala  •  Tutorials, WordPress  •  January 24, 2013
Understanding and using Post meta in WordPress

WordPress lets you create by default two types of content – Posts and Pages. For post and pages you can write content in paragraph format in the visual editor in the WordPress admin. This content is shown by your theme on the WordPress front end. But as you start using WordPress for different types of site and start publishing different types of content using WordPress you...

The Ultimate UX Design of: the Sign-Up Form

Marcin Treder  •  Design, UX Design  •  January 23, 2013
The Ultimate UX Design of: the Sign-Up Form

In this series Marcin Treder of UXPin – The UX Design App explains how to design the User Experience of the most important ingredients of web and mobile apps. Step-by-step tutorials and examples from the most important services in the world will help you in your own, everyday practice. Introduction A typical sign-up form contains a couple of form fields (it seems like the...

Retina Ready Images and Responsive Web Design

Paula Borowska  •  Coding, Responsive Design  •  January 22, 2013
Retina Ready Images and Responsive Web Design

I want you to clearly understand what Retina Display is. In the simplest of terms, it means a high definition display, that’s it. Also, Apple products are not excusive to this type of display. Retina Display is simply Apple’s term for is but other phones, tablets and monitors too have higher quality displays. But, because these displays are being widely implemented and...

Create a Website Design using The Bricks UI

Stelian Subotin  •  Tutorials  •  January 21, 2013
Create a Website Design using The Bricks UI

Topic: Adobe Photoshop Difficulty: Beginner Estimated Completion Time: 30 Mins I­n this tutorial we will be creating a simple but elegant e-commerce layout of a website, it being entirely built by using The Bricks UI e-commerce user-interface set. I will teach you how to start with a blank document and end with a beautiful layout that can actually be used as a design for an...

How to Create a CSS3 Login Form

Dylan Langlois  •  CSS3, Tutorials  •  January 20, 2013
How to Create a CSS3 Login Form

Topic: CSS3 Difficulty: Beginner Estimated Completion Time: 30 Mins Today, I will teach you how to create a beautiful CSS3 login page that can be integrated into your website, blog, app, etc. I have used this method of creating a login page to implement it into WordPress for my clients; Which gives them diversity among the other WordPress blogs out there. Step 1 – The...

Characters and Mascots in Web Design and their Role

Stelian Subotin  •  Design, Website Design  •  January 20, 2013
Characters and Mascots in Web Design and their Role

What is your first action as soon as you visit a website. You explore its graphics, user-interface elements, the logotype (branding) and the content is last. But have you ever thought what makes you remember the site except for the good (or bad) content the site has? Website’s logotype, and especially the graphic (if it has any). In this article we will try do discuss the...

Most Popular Commercial Fonts for Web Designers

Adrian  •  Fonts, Resources  •  January 19, 2013
Most Popular Commercial Fonts for Web Designers

Designers around the world today need to stand apart from the rest when they are working for serious contracts. Web design, posters, brochures and logos all have high expectations so that the company can be on top and be the best in the crowd. Using free fonts will not allow you to do that since they are used by everyone. The obvious and simple solution is to use a...

Create a Retro Navigation Menu with CSS3

Tiberiu Butnaru  •  CSS3, Tutorials  •  January 19, 2013
Create a Retro Navigation Menu with CSS3

Topic: CSS3 Difficulty: Intermediate Estimated completion time: 50 minutes In this you’ll learn how to create a vintage-looking navigation menu using pure CSS3. I hope you’ll enjoy this tutorial and you’ll learn some new techniques. Resources needed: Pixel Patterns UI Icons Optional (for the background): Subtle Patterns Step 1: HTML Markup <ul...

Coming Soon Pages 101: Their Importance and Main Tasks

Stelian Subotin  •  Design, Website Design  •  January 19, 2013
Coming Soon Pages 101: Their Importance and Main Tasks

When you think of a coming soon page what picture does immediately have appear in your mind? Well, it depends. If you started to browse the internet in 2000s then most likely you’ll have a picture of a “working man” with an orange cone near it on a white background, and a headline saying “Under Construction”, but well, if you’re somewhat new to the internet you...

Show me your cart: Shopping Cart Design Examples and PSD’s

Nataly Birch  •  Inspiration, Websites Examples  •  January 18, 2013
Show me your cart: Shopping Cart Design Examples and PSD’s

Despite of prolonged economic crisis, the increase of online store appearance is hard to miss. To a greater extent its quick approachability makes them attractive and popular. But what makes any ecommerce website successful? Of course, first thing that comes to mind its range, but in the days of severe competition wide assortment is not a fundamental factor. What really makes...