If you aren’t already sold that your business should have a page on the Internet, well frankly-it should. Assumingly, you are already convinced of this, as everyone around you, even the local hole-in-the-wall drycleaner has a website these days it seems. Well, all websites start with a domain name, and getting a good one, and without being ripped off is a must. Here’s how:
I’m sure you are not tired of nice css3 experiments, so here we go with this useful set of 12 pure css3 buttons, with hover effects.
Designing for a community of users can be very different from designing for oneself. One must consider not only the differences in taste, but must also anticipate different and unexpected uses for your product, and don’t forget that when designing for the community, differences in skill level must also be considered. None the less, when approached in the right frame of mind, designing for the community can be extremely rewarding.
Tired of flipping through a bundle of dull and flat images?… This might be happening to your site visitor also, haven’t you noticed that as time goes by users are more and more hard to impress … suddenly it seems like its not enough for certain viewers to have a great display of images if when they don’t have incorporated some transition or display effect, but shine can be a cool and pretty simple solution to boost image display and make a compelling end result.
Beside tons of available features, Photoshop is the simplest and best image editing software due to the unique editing options that it offers such as: non-destructive adjustments, non-destructive filters and nondestructive traditional techniques like dodging and burning. In this tutorial I will guide you through the non-destructive edition process and give you some tips how to use all Photoshop power.
“The Internet is becoming the town square for the global village of tomorrow”. I start with Bill Gates’ words because his analogy refers to the humanization of the webosphere. Town square? Village? The digital world has indeed begun to emulate the physical one – we do a lot of our learning and socializing online. People love to interact on the web, which begs the question: is your brand’s website full of life? Is it expressive? Is it relatable? Is it versatile? Well, it should be.
Today’s Internet users want to deal with brands that convey a ‘human feeling’. In other words, people want to visit websites where brands have personality, so if you still haven’t managed to accomplish this, and a great way for you to bring your online brand to life and give it a compelling persona is by using web characters.
Web characters are great because they add a colored, fun, playful, and often refreshing personality to brands, this is something that will immediately catch the consumers attention so that when they enter your site will be drowned to it’s friendly, interesting, and overall pleasant look