An infographic that defines the elements that website visitors respond to and what makes for a powerful web page design.
In this round-up, I love to share with you some amazing human emotion photos that truly express happiness. I hope you’ll get the attitude of those people in the photos and enjoy every moment of your life.
Junko’s theme for Mr. Chiizu, titled Junko’s Special Blend, is a greatest hits assortment of her favorite elements and characters which she created especially for the Mr. Chiizu iPhone app. Her fans will have an all access pass to play in her cute, dark, twisted world.
Japanese illustrator Junko Mizuno’s playful, dark and erotic work is largely influenced by her Tokyo upbringing and 70’s and 80’s Japanese pop culture. According to Junko, her pin-up like girls are full of “strong energy, no matter if the energy is negative or positive, ugly or beautiful.” She likes to leave the interpretation of her work up to the viewer, letting them create the narrative of her world for themselves.
What we have for you today is 50 web-based apps and tools that will either offer, in one way or another, a time-saving solution to many modern development issues or will help speed up your working day.
The post has been split into into the following categories: CSS, JS & HTML Tools, Web Editors & Playgrounds, Responsive Design Tools, and Just Useful.
Whether you prefer a weekly movie night or to snuggle up with a good book, there are plenty of entertainment-based social networks out there that you can definitely belong to. Keep track of your favorite shows or music, your collection of books or trivia, and even get recommendations of new and upcoming entertainment choices.
In this post, we’ll feature entertainment and social apps to help you keep track of the latest:
movies and TV series,
a bit of everything.
Photoshop and Illustrator work very well together. Lots of designers start out in Illustrator and then import their artwork into Photoshop to add shading and texture. In this tutorial, we will show you how to do this with an illustration that we originally created in a tutorial on Vectortuts+.
The effects of lazy load images can be seen on a number of websites. This technique forces your images to pause the loading process until the reader has viewed that specific area of the page. Web designers can build this onto a webpage through a number of resources, especially jQuery plugins.
WordPress is one of the most deployed content management systems around. One of the main reasons is the number of plugins available and the ease with which we can use the system. It is not uncommon to find websites using tens of plugins to accomplish various tasks and functions. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could share the site content with other websites?