15 Incredible Apple Webdesign Style Coding Tutorials

title-apple-style-webdesign-coding-tutorialApple style is very popular trend in our days – their design and style is really unique, clean and always good-looking. No wonder there are many designers trying to understand that style, why it works and how. There also a bunch of advanced coding tutorials available out there. Since I am Apple website style fan myself, I did research and showcased several amazing coding tutorials I found in the Internet.

I thought I will find more, but I guess Photoshop Apple tutorials are a lot more popular now than coding tutorials. But I hope you will enjoy this article as well – it’s short, but really quality one!

1. A Beautiful Apple-style Slideshow Gallery With CSS & jQuery

Here you’ll be making an Apple-like slideshow gallery, similar to the one they use on their website to showcase their products. It will be entirely front-end based, no PHP or databases required.


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2. Apple style Accordion Menu

This tutorial will walk through how to create your own simple plugin, and then replicate the Apple downloads drawers using the very excellent Accordion plugin.


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3. How to: Recreate apple.com menubar

Apple.com menubar is really an exemple in terms of clean, semantic code and very cool design. In this tutorial, you will recreate Apple’s website navigation bar and study the techniques used.


4. Leopard Desktop with jQuery using jqDock

In this tutorial you’ll learn how to use jQuery to create a completely coded Dashboard, just like Leopard! This can be handy in hiding a whole lot of gadgets or widgets you don’t have space for!


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5. Create apple.com-like breadcrumb using simple CSS

In this great tutorial you will recreate http://store.apple.com/ type menu navigation.


6. Create an Apple Inspired Flash Preloader

In this tutorial you’ll create an Apple inspired preloader MovieClip and lrearn how to display some loading information. All this using Flash and ActionScript 3.0.


7. Create an apple style menu and improve it via jQuery

In this tutorial you will create Apple-flavored Leopard-text-indent style from Photoshop to coding it with jQuery.


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8. A fancy Apple.com-style search suggestion

In this tutorial author will be trying to recreate the effect from that website by creating a fancy apple.com-style search suggestion.


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9. The iPhone unlock screen in xHTML, CSS and jQuery


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10. How To: Recreate the Apple Product Slider with JQuery

Stylishly capitalize on limited space with a side scrolling image gallery, similar to the one that Apple uses to show off their products.


11. Fixed Floating Elements

Learn how to create floating comment form like apple shopping basket.


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12. WordPress Sidebar Turned Apple-Flashy Using jQuery UI


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13. Slider Gallery like on Apple website


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14. Apple’s Navigation bar using only CSS


15. Free Apple Style Template


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  1. Chuck says

    Tak a look at the IMac page on the apple website on an iPad http://www.apple.com/imac/ . It has this image scroller that allows you to drag it left and right and certain separate elements move at slightly different rates to create a 3D like effect. I was just wondering if anyone had a clue how they did that.

  2. Mike says

    I just wanted to say thanks for these tutorials. Especially the slideshow gallery at the top of the page. It really is beautiful.

  3. Pedro says

    Brilliant tuts! I’d love to access the:

    3. How to: Recreate apple.com menubar

    Anyone knows how i can get this tutorial info?

    Thanks & cheers


  4. seutje says

    lovely sheep stuff, everyone hop on that bandwagon and ditch all creativity and originality! if ur lucky, u can get sued by Stevey himself for breaking some retarded patent he got his greedy lil hands on \o/

    choo-choo, all aboard!

  5. Ben says

    These really are some great tutorials. Not that I’m a huge fan of Apple, these still bring a lot to the table and I have to admit that I’m very impressed!

  6. Igor Petrushenko says

    I’m so happy to found this blog post!

    We will definitely use some styles.

    Especially I like Mac OS X like menu and sidebars!