How To Create An Effective FAQ For Your Website

Frequently Asked Questions is a good section to have in your website. They give users a chance to figure out things by themselves instead of wasting resources (both yours and theirs) with a 1-to-1 conversation (chat, Skype, messenger and so on). But FAQ’s are a different type of content. Just like search and sitemap, it has … Continue Reading

Customize WordPress With Four Easy-To-Add Scripts

Probably at some point you wanted to customize things in WordPress instead of using the “default” for every page. Like a pretty image gallery in a few posts, a syntax highlighter for your tutorial category or a demo page for your tutorials. Well all those things break the standard, so people will see it as “impossible” … Continue Reading

Create Elegant Tags With Sliding Post Count For WordPress

Tired of the boring category style being always same, like a mini menu? Tired of items arranged horizontally or vertically, styled always the same way? Yes, I’m tired of it too. So let’s make things more interesting now. Our starting point will be a cool sliding tags design made by Thomas Bosée. Then we’ll learn … Continue Reading

Using HTML5 Video The Easy Way

If you haven’t had a good reason to learn HTML5 video, let me give you one: Flash mobile is dead. Mobile is the new black, many people say that by 2014 more people will be browsing with their mobile device than using a desktop. You know, if we get through 2012 of course. So more then … Continue Reading

Definitive Mobile Guide – 40+ Tools, Frameworks And Tutorials

The mobile market is getting bigger and bigger. A lot of people are spending much more time mobile browsing than desktop. Sometimes I feel like developers aren’t paying proper attention to mobile interfaces. Maybe because we don’t have enough tools to do it, right? No, actually it isn’t. Despite cool things like Safari Mobile that … Continue Reading

7 Things Clients Should Know About A Web Designer’s Job

Clients always have a lot of questions, don’t they? They ask a lot of questions because they just don’t know how things work on this “Internet thing”. They just want their pretty site online and with Comics Sans, please. So, guess who will have to tell them the bad news, and teach them the basics? … Continue Reading

Web Design Using Grids: Tools and Inspiration

When I started this web designing thing all my work just didn’t look “professional”. It was pretty, nice colors, nice fonts, nice bevel/emboss effects…but something was annoying and I didn’t know what. Then I found out. Grids are one of the smallest differences between good and great design. It is quite easy to find a … Continue Reading