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What if we told you that you can copy and even translate texts inside images you find on the Internet? Would you believe us? For those who answered yes, thank you very much. For those who doubted us, we present … Continue reading
Some would say they do not need a website, but a website has numerous functions which we would like to cover briefly.
When DIY website builders start to build their site, there are two major approaches: a) Those who plan, b) Those who do not plan. There is of course many scenarios between these two extremes.
By Jen Kramer Responsive design is about building a website with a grid-based layout, images that resize and media queries, as described by Ethan Marcotte. After Marcotte defined the technique, responsive design frameworks began to emerge that incorporated these principles. … Continue reading
Fonts are essential for the feel of the website. Font developers, like you, need to be smart when creating and selling fonts. In media, where typefaces are very much used, fonts have changed in the same rate as any other … Continue reading
Our future hopes for mobile and web design were rejuvenated in 2013. A small number of individuals, apps, trends and services conveyed freshly alluring, sophisticated digital world that we’ve never experienced before and are anticipating their highlight. 2013 was completely … Continue reading
A lot of times, services and app websites are a little bit neglected by designers, and this is why finding a well designed service/app site can be a challenge. But if you really dig around, you can find something inspiring, … Continue reading
When it comes to online selling, all we want to protect us from online rogues; and this issue is dramatically raised when we resort to using an open source frameworks. Undoubtedly, the commercial platforms are able to provide more effective … Continue reading
By Jennifer Beese on December 26, 2013 The mobile app marketplace has become increasingly crowded, making it more difficult than ever to make your app stand out. Although many developers still utilize traditional marketing efforts in addition to social media, … Continue reading
Adobe Dreamweaver is an excellent application for web designers and graphic designers suitable for a variety of applications. Sometimes some of us want to find some alternatives to Adobe Dreamweaver whether it’s premium or free.
In this article, we’ll be talking about the four general principles of design. Four basic principles you can find in every well-designed piece of artwork. We’ll be discussing each of them individually, however you must be aware that these principles … Continue reading
This Article reveals the need to prioritize content and the user’s point of view. Almost all the participants expressed concerns about accessibility and application performance across the multiple devices that exist today and will only continue to increase in number.
What is Sass? Sass (short for Syntactically Awesome Stylesheets) is the most mature, stable, and powerful professional grade CSS extension language in the world and is completely compatible with all versions of CSS.