I don’t know if you’ve ever tried to set up a precise set of guides in Photoshop, but if you haven’t, don’t. It’s a pain, for several reasons, but one of the big ones is that you just don’t seem to have control like you think you would in a program so advanced like Photoshop. You always seem to be one pixel off, or it just barely seems to not line up properly. You end up fiddling with it far too long, and the whole experience is just frustrating. Well, that changes with GuideGuide, by Cameron McEfee and you’ll wonder how you ever lived without this plugin. All you have to do is make a selecti
UI kits are a fantastic starting point for many projects. You can quickly mockup a professional solution and then customize the files into a bespoke solution in no time at all.In this round-up, we’ve gathered together a collection of fresh user interface kits and Photoshop files; ideal for rapid development.These files will come in handy when you are hard at work and have little time. They’ll help you create your next mockup quickly and efficiently.
PHP Dynamic Select options Via Ajax is tutorial for those who want to make 2 dynamic select options in form. one is dependent on other and data fetched from MySQL Database.
One of the biggest new features of CSS3 are CSS transitions. The idea of being able to implement animation effects with css is exciting, because the idea of having animations that are cross-browser compliant is fairly new. This can give you the ability to create subtle animations that will wow your visitors. It is fairly easy, you just have to set things up properly first.
Vivastart posted in Resources 104 days ago
Fiverr is probably the most resourceful community of active freelancers and they are even more awesome for the $5 services they promote. However, few gigs are more special because they offer for $5 what you would have payed at least $50 on other freelance sites.
Boring square boxes can really be a drag. In the early days of html, that was the only way to show your content, unless you slices up images and put them in tables (*gasp!). Css came along, and we were overjoyed at the capability to layout content without slicing images, but we still had to if we wanted rounded corners or anything other than a square box. Then, CSS evolved and we finally gained control over the shape of our corners, which was liberating. Some are intimidated by creating rounded corners at first, but once you do it a time or two, you tend to get the hang of it. This week, I am
Apple released their newest iteration of OS X, called Mavericks (finally straying from the “big cat” theme that’s been prevalent from the first OS X release), a few weeks ago, and there are some important new features of use to designers.While many of the features of the latest update are aimed at average users (as well as a ton of new accessibility improvements), some are much more useful to creatives in particular.
creativebeacon posted in Resources 69 days ago
Each week I have been sharing a roundup of a few select freebies and interesting things you can find on the web. These might be free WordPress themes, website templates, icons, free services, and much more. There’s all kinds of resources out there, and this week I have selected a few awesome freebies that you’ll definitely find useful. These goodies will make your life much easier, and your work will look professional at the same time. Continue reading to find out what made to the list of cool stuff for web designers this week.