Web Designers, Does SEO Affect Your Creative Freedom?

Right now web design is closely tied to SEO. Mind you, when I say web design, I do not simply mean designing with the use of Adobe Photoshop. I mean the whole deal, from conception to presentation. Is SEO a good thing for web design? Do you think minding SEO too much limits what designers … Continue Reading

Overview of Breakpoints in Responsive Web Design

Last time, we went over media queries. This is an important aspect to know of Responsive Web Design (RWD from now on) because it is this CSS declaration that allows for the different layouts to appear at different screen sizes. Hmm, now what about different screen sizes? To make it easy to understand, lets look … Continue Reading

How Much Luck do you Need in Order to Make Money Online?

Let’s take a quick break from web design and web development and talk about how people make money online. This is very relevant for designers, developers, and bloggers out there who want to earn online. But how? I’ve already explained why web designers and web developers should learn more about online marketing. There is a lively … Continue Reading

Adobe Edge Web Fonts – Adding Charm to Words

If you have anything to do with the design industry, whether you are an outright typographer, designer, or even someone with a keen eye for all things that look beautiful (ahem!), good looking words will never fail to impress your eyes. Keeping in sync with your affection for good typography, Adobe has come up with … Continue Reading

3 Simple Points to Know in Order to Write a Great Tutorial

Every week there are hundreds of web design and web development tutorials that are published online, but are they getting enough attention? You would see great tutorials having around fifty comments, and a couple of hundred likes, but is that it? Do people really follow these tutorials from start to finish or just lurk around … Continue Reading

5 Online IDEs for On-The-Go Web Developers

Angry birds, sketch games, tower defense, social media browsing, and a thousand more apps for tablet computers. I’ve seen people use their tablet for entertainment and, well, just entertainment. But how can you use your tablet or smartphone for web development? Tablet computers and smartphones are indeed portable but what other use can you do … Continue Reading

40 Tutorials to Master the New Features of Photoshop CS6

Photoshop CS6 boasts many impressive and exciting features, like the introduction of vector layers, Content Aware Patch/Move tool, Adaptive Wide Angle filter, Crop tool, and so on. Adobe has not tried to replace Illustrator, but if you need creative, simple shapes for use in design projects, then Vector Layers of Photoshop CS6 can do a … Continue Reading