I think in 99% of the cases, if you are a Dreamweaver user and deal with design implementations work starts by getting the layout from the designer and you are supposed to make the site code that replicates exactly the layout. And designers can be picky! Nowadays you are supposed to create table-free code using DIVs and CSS, which can be a headache sometimes, especially if the designer threw in some rounded corner boxes and containers. So basically you have to cut the design elements probably using Photoshop and handcode the DIVs, but is there a better way to do this?
For today’s post, I got inspired by Ahmed El Gabri and his article CSS3 Gradients Coffee cup. I figured if you could make a coffee cup, you could make just about anything with CSS3! For example, today I created a realistic Ipod just with CSS3 and no images at all.
Check out these 30 awesome customizations of Tumblr. Featuring some really nice designs that are creative and out of the box. Great source of inspiration.
Recently I had the privilege to do a brief interview by email with 8 excellent designers and Bloggers. I asked each designer the same five questions.
the top 10 yummy icon packs based on characters, and its so colorful it will definitely align in your desktop and each has unique. so give it a try, i hope you like it
Tumblr is growing in popularity, and as it does so too does the number of designers creating and sharing cool new themes. This post brings 20 examples of the best themes available, perfect examples of the class and style.
I have always found that photography websites have been of a different breed of web design. Here is a collection of some of the best designed photographer portfolios on the web. Enjoy!