Eenox: Design HTML5 Websites for Desktop and Mobile without Coding

Posted in News, Tools, Web Design2 years ago • Written by 4 Comments

The death of Adobe Flash for mobile was not shocking news for the majority of its proponents, we all saw it coming. With that, HTML5 will definitely gain control of both mobile and desktop websites in a few years. Right now there are a lot of HTML5 template generators, making it easy for designers and developers to create an HTML5 website.

A French startup, Eenox, has developed a platform to help create dynamic HTML5 websites without writing a single line of code. If you are familiar with Wix, a Flash website builder with drag-and-drop features, it basically works the same.

Eenox is an application that you can use right in your browser. Designing an application/website is easy. It is literally a drag-and-drop, draw and place, kind of application.

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Ultimate Guide on How to Host Your Own Blog – For The Non-Technical

Posted in Tips, Tools, Web Design2 years ago • Written by 19 Comments

Lately there have been a lot of people trying to hire us to create a website for them, others even ask for quotes and present a short plan that they have made. The problem is we’re not a company that will design and develop websites for clients, we’re an internet publisher focused on writing guides, inspirational articles, reviews, and the lot.

My friends, it has come to this. Many have asked for help and now I will walk you through it all, even without knowledge of coding you will be able to create a website in just one hour after reading this.

Say you have already grown tired of your Tumblr, Blogger, and WordPress.com blogs and you want to move up the scale. What do you do next? Yes, you read this guide!

Remember, you can start your own blog/website now for as low as $10!

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Put Your Website on a Diet with Minifiers

Posted in Tips, Tools, Web Design2 years ago • Written by 12 Comments

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.. And then you lose 7% of sales just because you forgot to minify your CSS. We’ll, this is not going to happen again.

We’ll put every future project that you work on a diet. And this one, won’t wait for next monday, or next january :)

Here we’ll see amazing tips to reduce your files size and increase your site performance without affecting important things like image quality or a files readability for future edits.

Grab your meter and let’s rock!

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Divine Elemente Review and Contest: A PSD to WordPress Theme Software

Posted in Tips, Tools, Web Design2 years ago • Written by 11 Comments

It appears that the world has just gotten better with the introduction of Content Management Systems like WordPress and their customizable themes, but in order to create a fully functioning WordPress theme you’ll need to be knowledgeable in both programming and design, right? Many people don’t have all the required knowledge and skills to build a custom theme from scratch, and that includes yours truly. There are many designers out there with great concepts for themes, but their works only remain as JPEGs or PSD files. Good thing there is Divine Elemente that can semi-automatize the conversion of your PSD to a functioning WordPress theme.

Don’t forget to read through, there’s a CONTEST waiting for you here. Winners will receive a  License key! We will be choosing 3 winners! Brought to you by Divine-Project.com.

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Use Join.Me to Train Staff and Collaborate with Customers

Posted in Tools, Web Design2 years ago • Written by 3 Comments

Do you manage a website or a blog? Do you build websites for customers? If so, then you know all that’s involved in getting your staff up to speed with tasks that need to be accomplished for the website. You know what’s involved in showing customers how their project is coming along. It’s a lot of work… especially when most of the time your staff is working remotely and your clients are miles away. In this article we are going to show you an online tool that can help make your life much easier. We will go over what it is and what it does, its benefits, how you can use it to make your life easier, and show you how to use it!

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Use Screenr to Record Screencasts for Your Website

Posted in Tips, Tools, Web Design2 years ago • Written by 8 Comments

Are you looking to make your website more engaging? Are you in need of a new way to explain some of your website features? What if you could use a free online tool to create engaging screencasts in as little as a few minutes? Screencast software has been around for years. There are some really great tools already out there. With that said, a new free screencast program has hit the streets and it’s looking to make things even easier for users. In this article we are going to explain what Screenr is, how to use it, the benefits you’ll receive, as well as, see how it stacks up against other free AND paid screencast software tools.

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CSS Tools for Designers and Developers

Posted in Tools, Web Design2 years ago • Written by 7 Comments

CSS tools are important for web designers and developers because they help them by simplifying the jobs they have to do. Considering time is money and such generators spare time, it is easy to understand why many web developers are excited about these tools. The only problem is that some of them are not well-known, therefore I made a showcase for you with CSS tools and generators which developers and designers can use to create functional and optimized websites faster. Because the tools will be categorized, you will find at the end of each category a list with other applications that do the same as the ones reviewed, therefore there is no need to review them too.

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12 Creative Web Applications for Creative People

Posted in Tools, Web Design2 years ago • Written by 3 Comments

Photoshop is still one of the most complex photo editing tools out there. Though the web is loaded with Photoshop tutorials and people have become accustomed to using Photoshop, there is this section of digital art lovers that are afraid of Photoshop. Somehow it seems over stuffed with options. It was to win over this genre of end-user that various web-based applications popped up and slowly became famous. We have already covered plenty of such tools but somehow the list seems to be growing exponentially. This article will list some of the new (and some that were missed earlier) tools that make our lives exciting. I will start with web-based tools for designers and then include few A.V. based tools to keep you intrigued.

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Web Service Review: CSS Lint – Helping You Code Better

Posted in Tools, Web Design2 years ago • Written by 5 Comments

Coding is something that takes time to learn and novice developers might not use the best practices when converting web interfaces from a Photoshop file into a fully functional web site. It would be really good to have access to an experience programmer, but not everybody can afford to hire one or knows someone that is with spare time.

So you might ask yourself what to do to improve the code before delivering a web page. Well, lucky you, there is a tool out there which I will review for you today. The tool is called CSS Lint, it is totally free and I definitely recommend trying it and see what you can get out of it. The difference between a good and a great programmer is all in the small details CSS Lint can fix for you – or, at least, can tell you to fix them and why.

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Landing Pages Guide 101: Create Landing Pages that Work

Posted in Tips, Tools, Web Design2 years ago • Written by 19 Comments

I am by no matter an expert in landing page creation, but I am doing a lot of research on this topic in order to become more experienced myself and I invite you to join me in this journey.

In this article you will be taken through each important step in order to create a successful, landing page that converts visitors into customers, I will share the biggest takeaways here and point you to the right articles and tools – let’s call it Landing Pages 101, Science Of Landing Pages, Anatomy of Converting Landing page, whichever you prefer most.

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