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

15 Bumper Stickers to Print and Peel

Once I saw a bumper sticker that says, There’s no place like 127.0.0.1 Bumper stickers are very good means of relieving stress in the road. It takes our minds away from the pressure of work, traffic and the seemingly endless string of daily mishaps in life. Putting them in your car somehow helps those behind you. … Continue Reading

Why Being a Web Designer Who Codes Is Way Cooler

Is it important that web designers need to know how to code?What are the advantages of the web designer who codes?  The term “web designer” is a subjective matter. Many believe this person is responsible for doing web layouts in Photoshop while others think of him or her as the one who does the HTML markup. … Continue Reading

Save the Internet: Learn About Net Neutrality

Neutrality is a philosophy where vested interest, or favoring of sides, is absent from a situation. As one of the original guiding principles of the Internet, net neutrality gives people all around the globe a platform for sharing and appreciating ideas with respect for their fellow person. However, would that be the case if your … 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

15 Smartphone Apps You Should Have

With smartphones now enabling more mobile Internet accessibility, you are given limitless opportunities- and smartphone apps you should have on your smartphone. The mobilization of the Internet access has provided people with unlimited opportunities. Imagine these scenarios: You’re in café and you suddenly wanted to check an e-mail? Pick your iPad or tablet PC, and voila, you … Continue Reading

25 Amazing Flat UI Kits to Use in Your Next Design

With the explosion of flat-designed websites, web designers now follow the trend in a snap, adapting a cleaner and much simpler design which can be found in flat UI kits. We seldom see skeumorphic designs nowadays. In fact, all the depth and other 3D stuff have been slowly becoming flat.This is the reason why more … 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