An Interview With Chris Coyier – Founder of CSS-Tricks

Chris Coyier is a web designer and developer who not only builds websites, but also helps other people make their websites better. He’s the founder of CSS-Tricks and co-author of the famous book “Digging Into WordPress”. Chris is also involved in a few other projects, such as CodePen and ShopTalk Show.

35 Excellent jQuery and CSS3 Navigation Menus

Navigation is one of the most important elements of web design. Poor navigation will always take away from great content. Good navigation must possess both aesthetics and usability. That’s where jQuery and CSS3 navigation menus come handy. With the features and customization level that jQuery and CSS3 offers, you can easily create the perfect navigation … Continue Reading

20 Cool IFTTT Recipes To Automate Your Online Activities

How many hours do you spend daily on online activities such as checking email inbox, tweeting, and sharing stuff on social media? Even though those activities are necessary, sometimes it becomes a distraction for our main tasks. Have you ever tried to automate these tasks to reduce time waste? IFTTT is the best service available … Continue Reading

80 Premium Like Yet Absolutely Free WordPress Themes

WordPress is the most used and popular blogging platform around the web. Its flexibility, usability and customizability are the main reasons people regard WordPress so high. Another reason is the huge array of themes available for WordPress – you can create almost anything, from online magazines to advanced e-commerce businesses. You can either get themes … Continue Reading

WordPress 3.4 – Important Things You Need to Know

WordPress 3.4 was released few days back, codenamed “Green” after the guitarist Grant Green. Just like every stable release of WP, version 3.4 too brings many big and small changes to the table. With something as popular as WordPress, missing out on a feature or two is obviously natural. Plus, with the plethora of awesome features that … Continue Reading

Design an Elegant Calendar Using Adobe Photoshop in 15 Minutes

In this tutorial we are going to design a nice, minimal calendar widget in Photoshop. We are going to use some really easy techniques to achieve a beautiful final result. By combining some gray, black, and variations of different light colors, and a nice subtle texture, we will try to give the interface a grungy, … Continue Reading