1stWebDesigner’s Life #8 – Amnesia and Volunteer

Hello there! Here we are again to laugh at our own stories. Our Webster superhero (brought to life by Jamie Sale) is in trouble again and we’re here to help. Ok, we’re not going to help him but we’ll at least learn from his mistakes :) These two particular stories have happened to me quite a … Continue Reading

Mastering CSS Gradients in Under an Hour

Have you refrained from using CSS Gradients because either you didn’t understand them, or thought the browser support for them wasn’t good enough to consider using them in your projects? Well, it’s time to kill those 1px wide images, my friend. If you’re just curious about how to use CSS Gradients, this is the place … Continue Reading

12 Things I Have Learned After 7 Years of Freelancing

At the age of 15 I started with this web design stuff. Here I am, almost 7 years later and I wish I knew a lot more about this field rather than learning just by my own mistakes. But you don’t have to pass through all of this, dear Padawan. There are a few particularities in … Continue Reading

Put Your Website on a Diet with Minifiers

Did you know that every second delay on page loading results in a 7% reduction of conversion rate? Actually you lose 7% (maybe even more!) of sales without even noticing… Sounds bad, huh? I mean, you work carefully to put things in the right place, good call-to-actions, nice design, spend a few bucks with ads.. … Continue Reading

1stWebDesigner’s Life #4 – This Big & Developer Client

And here we are again, trying to bring you a couple of laughs. Our superhero Webster continues his pursuit for the best client, and we all know that he’s quite far from it yet, right? :) We have two more short stories of Webster’s life (which is kind of similar to ours, huh?) brought to … Continue Reading

jQuery Mobile – What You Need to Know

jQuery Mobile version 1.0 finally launched this past November. Don’t know if you heard about it, but if you are planning to do any mobile app or website development, it’s better to get started with it right now. I’m sure you’ve heard about jQuery. So, its mobile version is pretty close to what you already … Continue Reading

1stWebDesigner’s Life #3 – Mind Reading & Doing The Whole Site

It’s time to get back to our funny project, 1stWebdesigner’s Life. We’ve received such great feedback from our first and second web comic that we’ve decided to make it a really cool bi-monthly series to brighten your Sundays. We’re back with Webster brought live by Jamie Sale! Today we’ll talk about clients that think we can … Continue Reading