Why Responsive Design are Best for Mobile Devices?

Angelina Jennifer  •  Design  •  May 20, 2012
Why Responsive Design are Best for Mobile Devices?

Responsive design is quite popular these days. It is a new and revolutionary way of planning to develop websites which will be compatible for both PC, and laptop users as well as for the latest generation of tablet and mobile users. Right now it is recommended either to develop separate sites dedicated to the mobiles or tablets with separate web addresses or use a device that...

How to Create a Case Study and Why It’s Crucial For Designers

Andrianes Pinantoan  •  Design  •  May 18, 2012
How to Create a Case Study and Why It’s Crucial For Designers

Creating and showing off a portfolio is such a fundamental part of a designer’s life, few people ever question its effectiveness. But the fact is, there are better ways to sell your services – and one of those ways is by using case studies. Why? Because case studies, unlike portfolios, tell your clients what happens behind the scenes. They show not just your technical...

EU Cookie Law and How It Affects the Web

Christian Vasile  •  Resources  •  May 17, 2012
EU Cookie Law and How It Affects the Web

Although most of the rumors and discussions are right now focusing on acts such as SOPA/PIPA, which expand the ability of law enforcement all over the world to fight online trafficking in counterfeit goods and copyrighted intellectual property, the web should for now be concerned with something else happening in the close, very close future. The 26th of May is the final day...

How Web Designers Can Successfully Use the Dribbble Network

Jenna Scaglione  •  Design  •  May 16, 2012
How Web Designers Can Successfully Use the Dribbble Network

Do you like basketball? If you do and you are a web designer, you may take a liking to the design community Dribbble. If you hate sports, no worries! You still may like the network, especially if you are a web designer looking to showcase some of your work and share snippets of it with others. Dribbble (yes, it has 3 B’s) is made up of a community of designers and creative...

Pandora UI Free for iOS – User Interface Pack

Adrian  •  Freebies  •  May 15, 2012
Pandora UI Free for iOS – User Interface Pack

After the successful launch of Pandora UI premium pack by DesignModo, we have decided to share a part of it with our beloved readers. You can now download the free version of Pandora UI containing a handful of elements that will definitely be helpful. The Pandora UI Free Kit, contains 2 samples and some elements that can be used in developing iPhone and iPad applications...

Vendor Prefixes: A Force For Good or Evil?

Joe Savage  •  Coding  •  May 14, 2012
Vendor Prefixes: A Force For Good or Evil?

The Story and Problems If you’re a web developer working with CSS (especially CSS3) in modern browsers, it’s more than likely that you’ve come across these things called vendor prefixes. Initially used for features unique to certain browsers, vendor prefixes are essentially a way of making a certain CSS property exclusive for one browser or rendering engine. At face...

UI Kits for Developers – Prototyping and Homemade Design

Rochester Oliveira  •  Coding  •  May 11, 2012
UI Kits for Developers – Prototyping and Homemade Design

Hope you guys are enjoying our posts on UI Kits functionality. It’s such a new topic that it’s even hard to find other opinions out there, all we find is UI Kits collections, but no reflections or creative uses. So, hope to see more discussion on this, the door (a.k.a. comments / trackbacks section) is open! This is the last part of our UI Kits “series” (at least for...

Adobe Illustrator CS6 – Review of New Features

Iaroslav Lazunov  •  Design  •  May 10, 2012
Adobe Illustrator CS6 – Review of New Features

Today I will try to analyze the most important of new features of Adobe Illustrator CS6, and will review the other less significant, in my opinion, improvements. After reading this review, you can get a first glimpse of the advantages of this release, and make your own conclusions; I was just trying to make an unbiased approach towards the subject of study. Gradients on...

Adobe Creative Suite 6 Review: New Additions and Features

Christian Vasile  •  Design  •  May 9, 2012
Adobe Creative Suite 6 Review: New Additions and Features

Adobe released the new version of its Creative Suite toolkit, including Photoshop CS6, Illustrator CS6, Dreamweaver CS6 and others. Besides the updates, Adobe released and improved a set of products such as Creative Cloud or packages of products such as CS6 Production Premium, CS6 Design Standard and CS6 Design & Web Premium. In today’s article we take a deep look at...

How to Create an Video Player in jQuery, HTML5 & CSS3

Valeriu Timbuc  •  CSS3, jQuery, Tutorials  •  May 8, 2012
How to Create an Video Player in jQuery, HTML5 & CSS3

Topic: jQuery / CSS3 Difficulty: Intermediate / Advanced Estimated Completion Time: 45 mins In this tutorial we will code an Video Player from Impressionist UI by Vladimir Kudinov. We will code it with CSS3 for the styling and the “MediaElement.js” for the functionality. MediaElement.js is a HTML5 audio and video player that also works for older browsers using Flash and...