An Easy Way of Building Responsive CV Websites

Resume websites a.k.a Curriculum vitae (CV) websites have been on the Internet over the years. The trend dictates that more and more people are into responsive CV websites. These kinds of website provide information that makes it easy for employers to evaluate that particular person’s skills. This has a lot of advantages as you do not … Continue Reading

Browser Wars: Why Can’t There Be Just One Web Browser?

A few years back, the Internet was left shaken by the Browser Wars, or the competitions for the top spot in usage share between web browsers. It all started when Microsoft Internet Explorer took Netscape Navigator’s spot as the top browser during the late 1990s. It continued when IE lost its dominance over the emerging … Continue Reading

50 High Quality Premium Fonts for Every Web Designer

Designers know the importance of fonts in websites; they spend a great deal of time in searching for the best fonts to put in their websites. Stylish and natural fonts are the most common styles used in creating an attractive website. No doubt, free fonts are sometimes of high quality, but, in most cases, they … Continue Reading

Create Reflection Effect Using CSS3 and Reflection.js

One of the amazing effects you can do with today’s modern web design is to create an image reflection effect. However, creating an image reflection effect using CSS3 alone for your site can be time consuming. This might work for awhile; however, when you need modify the images on your site, you also need to … Continue Reading

15 Marketplaces to Buy Premium WordPress Themes Reviewed

WordPress is a powerful tool to make your blog or website run perfectly. However, if you want to stand out among thousand other websites and blogs, you need some elegant themes. You can certainly create unique themes for yourself. But if you don’t have appropriate knowledge of HTML and CSS, I would recommend that you … Continue Reading

How to Embrace Imperfection and Turn It Into Creativity

The frailty of creatives is that they never get 100% content with their creation. As Leonardo Vinci said, “Art is never finished, only abandoned.” It resounds true to most designers. There’s always a little bit of regret when closing a project they’ve spent several hours to a couple of weeks refining to the pixel. Creatives … Continue Reading

Visualize Data Beautifully With Chart.js Library

Creating charts that look presentable can be a bit of a pain sometimes. Most often, web designers or developers use graphics to display data using Photoshop or Illustrator, which may take a lot time to be done. Good thing, there are many available free JavaScript libraries online that web designers or developers can use to … Continue Reading