3 Flat Design Video Tutorials to Change Your Design Style

We truly live in a flat world! With iOS7, Android and even Windows Metro now adapting the flat design layout trend, the world has become a flatter place, indeed. Flat design video tutorials are a great help in the transition. Website designs have followed the same pattern, transforming their sites to become easy-to-browse, colorful, responsive … Continue Reading

How to Create Smooth CSS3 Animation Styles and Effects with Ease

With the newest capability of CSS3, transition from one style to another without using JavaScript or Flash becomes possible. It allows elements to change values over a specified duration, animating the property changes instead of having them static and leaving them dead. CSS3 animation styles and effects give your more freedom to create the design … Continue Reading

Bend and Set Text on a Circle Without Using Photoshop

When web designer creates pages, sometimes they want to set an element where they need to bend  or wrap texts inside a circle (e.g. for the site’s logo or title). Photoshop and some image editing software is often the go-to software for creating these images. On the other hand, bending and setting text on a … Continue Reading

How to Create a CSS3 Pop-Out Menu Without Learning Programming

Modern websites offer a more complex hierarchy of navigation. This navigation sometimes makes user-experience on the website’s menu a bit confusing. Using a CSS3 pop-out menu makes it easier to find your way to what you want on the site quickly. Thanks to CSS3, animation is now possible. Using CSS3, you can simply hide and unhide … Continue Reading

Using Adobe Lightroom to Produce Amazing Photos for Your Website

It may seem unimportant, but for a web designer, the ability to produce good-looking photos using Adobe Lightroom is an edge, particularly in attracting more clients. With the sudden influx of high-resolution and cheaper Digital Single-Lens Reflex (DSLR) cameras, photos are now becoming must-haves for websites.

Learning LESS: A Comprehensive Introduction

Now that we’re done talking about SASS let’s now talk about learning LESS. If you haven’t seen my SASS tutorial, I recommend you check it here. In our previous tutorial, we listed down the drawbacks of CSS and how pre-processed methods can improve your workflow. We also talked about how to implement SASS using variables, … Continue Reading

CSS Best Practices to Follow and Bad Habits to Avoid

Creating a well-managed set of CSS codes can be a challenge. As technology evolves, it’s not really easy to say if you’re doing the right CSS practices or you’re just messing up the code and compromising the quality of your website on different browsers. Through practice, you should be able to avoid CSS errors. So, … Continue Reading

Learning SASS: A Beginner’s Guide to SASS

Writing a lot of CSS can be overwhelming that is why learning SASS and LESS can make  any web developer and designer’s life much easier. For a beginner, you might find it fine but as time goes by and your CSS skills are improving. You begin to wonder if there is a way so that you … Continue Reading

How to Use UI Kits – Plus Free UI Kits to Choose From!

UI kits can be seen anywhere on the Web. But what is this UI kit thing? Do you know how to use UI kits? You can see a lot of resources with beautiful interface elements such as buttons, sliders, breadcrumbs, media players, forms and the likes. Perhaps it crossed your mind how these elements came to be. Let me … Continue Reading

Simple Yet Important Cross-Browser Styling Tips Everyone Should Know

Many have been searching for cross-browser styling tips that can help them solve their browser compatibility problems. After all, creating a website can be easy but developing one that looks the same on all browsers can be tough. For many years, browser compatibility is one of the hardest parts of web development.