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Quick Tip: Don’t Let Your Designs “Evolve”

A Web Designer’s work is never done, even once a website is launched the job of testing, analysing and reiterating is only just beginning.

A Quick Introduction to BrowserSync

In this quick video tutorial I'm going to introduce you to BrowserSync, a tool so good Google built it into their recent Web Starter Kit.

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Creating a Collection of CSS3 Animated Pre-loaders

Pre-loaders are a common sight in modern web design. As users we expect the web to be fast and fluid - we don’t like waiting for things.

3 Ways to Get Feedback From Clients With InVision

Getting feedback from clients is a crucial part of any project. It doesn't matter if you're a team of one or a team of developers and designers, you need feedback from your client to keep the project moving forward.  Designing prototypes is a great first step toward engaging your client with the overall project.

How to Use Web Fonts With Adobe Muse

In this tutorial I will show you how to use web fonts in your Adobe Muse projects. We'll cover font options offered within the web font catalogue, including Google Web Fonts and fonts hosted yourself.

Lifelong Education is for Everyone

No matter who you are, today is the day to learn something new. Have you found yourself spinning your wheels with a sense of frustration or lack of passion for what you are doing?

The Holy Grail of CSS Centering

Chris Coyier recently published a decision tree on his site, CSS Tricks, to demonstrate a plethora of ways to horizontally or vertically center things using CSS.

3 High-level Approaches to Prototyping by Example

In my last post, I discussed high-level factors one should consider when determining the most effective type of prototype for a given product.

CSS Experiments With a Search Form Input and Button

In this tutorial, I’d like to explore how you can embellish a simple search form. We won’t be doing anything crazy, instead exploring four different takes on how you can spruce up a search input with the help of CSS transitions.

7 Ways You Might Not Know Your Sites Are Exploding

Once upon a time in web design, all you had to do to make your sites cross compatible was set them to be 960px wide and fix the issues that popped up in IE6.

New Course: Building Your Own Pattern Library for the Web

What You'll Learn Have you ever heard about patterns in web design? In our latest course on Building Your Own Pattern Library, expert instructor Adi Purdila will teach you what they are, how to build one, and how to properly maintain it.

Building a Logger Mixin in Sass

In this tutorial we'll build a "logger" mixin, which outputs a flexible, informative log as CSS when Sass is compiled.

Explaining the “Details” and “Summary” Elements

Lots of JavaScript libraries are developed to give us additional interactive widgets on websites. Equally, HTML5 has also interpreted a number of popular interactive components, making them into native web features.

Introducing Avocode — PSD to Code Without Photoshop

Photoshop has been a part of web design for years, and it’s very likely to continue as such for a long time.

Working Harmoniously With Your Team on Web (and Email) Projects

In recent weeks, our team had the rather demanding task of designing ten email templates in time for the launch of Canvas, a new and easy-to-use email newsletter builder in Campaign Monitor.  On top of the regular requirements which come with building templates for an email marketing service that designers use (for example, that campaigns look good, even on mobile devices!

“Outside In” — Ordering CSS Properties by Importance

This article is all about CSS code structure - specifically about a method I've been using for the last few years to bring some logic and consistency to the order in which I write my CSS.

How to Build an Off-Canvas Navigation Layout With Bootstrap

Bootstrap is designed to cater for lots of scenarios by providing a handful of commonly-used web components.

Magento: Why Choose It?

So you've decided to take your store online - that's great! But what platform should you choose out of the many options available out there?