HTML5 On-Device Caching – What It Is and What It Does for Mobile Cloud Computing

Sue Poremba  •  Coding  •  July 4, 2012
HTML5 On-Device Caching – What It Is and What It Does for Mobile Cloud Computing

It’s hard to ignore the deafening buzz in the air these days about cloud computing. But when you consider the numerous advantages this maturing technology is capable of offering, there is nothing cloudy about its future. So what exactly is this cloud and what’s the fuss all about? Well, the “cloud” is sometimes used as a metaphor for the Web itself, but it is actually...

Twitter Bootstrap – Out There To Accelerate Your Projects

Christian Vasile  •  Coding  •  July 3, 2012
Twitter Bootstrap – Out There To Accelerate Your Projects

Twitter Bootstrap is a widely used set of free tools containing HTML and CSS-based templates for buttons, charts, forms, typography, along many others, and even optional JavaScript extensions. GitHub continuously develops the project and it is most likely their most impressive toolkit until now – as a matter of fact, it is even used by MSNBC, CodeSprint and NASA. If you...

Evoke an Emotional Response: Using Red as a Design Tool

Carrie Cousins  •  Design  •  July 2, 2012
Evoke an Emotional Response: Using Red as a Design Tool

We all dream in color. Every design concept and sketch comes with some sort of color association. But what do those colors mean? What associations are we making just with that choice alone? Red has very strong meanings and symbolisms and can have additional associations between cultures. Use red to generate and attract attention in photos, backgrounds and even text. Here we...

Top WordPress Themes Released in 2015

James Howard  •  Themes, WordPress  •  July 1, 2012
Top WordPress Themes Released in 2015

WordPress is the fastest growing content management system on the web. While it started out as a blogging-only CMS, WordPress has quickly expanded to work for portfolios, ecommerce shops, business sites and more. As WordPress has grown, so have the number of themes available for it. But with the sheer volume of themes out there, it can be hard to find the right one for your...

Free Pixelmator Tutorials for Beginners

Adrian  •  Resources, Tools  •  June 30, 2012
Free Pixelmator Tutorials for Beginners

Stunning images can be created by using image editing applications. Pixelmator is a well-known image editing application which is very popular among the graphics designers as well as the web designers. It is basically meant for Mac OS X. This application has a lot to offer to the Mac users. Those, who deal in Photoshop, cannot say no to the immense utility of this image...

How to Start a WordPress Website?

Evan Varsamis  •  WordPress  •  June 29, 2012
How to Start a WordPress Website?

One of the most important agents and possibly the one with the widest outreach is your company’s website. The website is the online front of your business. In this day and age, when most of your customers will come from the online community the importance of having the best possible website represent your business cannot be over emphasized. However, you may not always have...

Understanding HTML5 and CSS3 for Web Design

Cindy Lau  •  Coding  •  June 27, 2012
Understanding HTML5 and CSS3 for Web Design

Your average visitor may not notice them in the finished product, but to a web developer, those little bits of HTML and CSS code is all they have put together the final show. HTML5 and CSS3 gives a web developer even more tools with which to express himself, here is a basic overview of what they are so you can build cutting edge websites. The Navigation Tag This is an often...

Color Psychology in Identity and Branding

Andra Postolache  •  Design  •  June 26, 2012
Color Psychology in Identity and Branding

“Color is mysterious, eluding definition; it is a subjective experience, a cerebral sensation depending on three related and essential factors: light, an object and an observer.” Enid Verity, Color Observed, 1980 The fascination with the concept of color draws its origins from the Classical Greece time period, when scientist and philosopher Aristotle developed the first...

Sign-Up Forms Design Examples for your Inspiration

Adrian  •  Inspiration, Websites Examples  •  June 24, 2012
Sign-Up Forms Design Examples for your Inspiration

In today’s world of internet we all are aware about the term “Sign-Up Forms”. These forms normally seen in several websites, help to woo users or members of the website. There are multiple websites that use this kind of forms to increase their members. The use of these forms is mostly seen in user-based websites such as social networking sites, e-commerce sites, internet...

New Tumblr Themes: Free and Premium Solutions

Adrian  •  Resources, Templates  •  June 23, 2012
New Tumblr Themes: Free and Premium Solutions

Launched in 2007, Tumblr’s success journey as a micro blogging site started with its entry into Obama’s Top 5 Tech Tools in PC World. Users visit this platform to share audio, video, texts, links, images, and quotes on their Tumblr space or Tumblelog. Tumblelog is a short form for Tumblr blog. On this micro blogging site, you can keep your Tumblelog private or share it...