August 28, 2012
Stumbled across 30 HTML Best Practices post by Jeffrey Way (editor with Nettuts) and found it worth sharing.
Though the article title suggests it’s for beginners but I would say its useful for experts too. You may find lot of such articles via google search but I like the way Jeffrey has written.
I had created 3R theory for myself sometime back, you can try and see if it adds value for you.
- Render in your style (not replicate)
April 30, 2012
Create shadow effects with CSS
Gives flexibility to designers to play freely with the shadow effects. So next you want to play with your creativity, don’t hesitate with the shear thought of execution or UI developer standing with a ‘Not Possible’ board. Simply direct him to this link 🙂
Create progressive background image with CSS
Best feature – Scales images proportionality, without Read the rest of this entry »
May 11, 2011
Google Doodle for Martha Graham (American dancer and choreographer) left me awestruck by the animation of Martha dancing and the impressions by her movement form into word – Google. The smoothness of figure with drapes flowing so seamlessly kept me pressing F5 again and again to digest the flawless work. Especially when the character forms double ‘o’ by flying into the air and the closure with a powerful leap.
Ryan Woodward has done an amazing job here in providing Read the rest of this entry »
May 20, 2010
There are times when as designers we need to quickly churn out few designs and we keep looking for the right images.
Frantically searching multiple photo-stock sites in different tabs and the ticking minutes just add to the aggravation. Still we are just not able to get the right shot with the right background. Looking at the heavily designed backgrounds in an image with the thought of extracting an object from it gives goose pimples to some of the designers.
I found a very helpful tutorial which provides different techniques for Read the rest of this entry »
January 21, 2010
In most of the design communities that I subscribe to, I find designers facing difficulty related to colors displayed on a Windows machine for the creatives designed on a MacBook. Though the software used to access the design is same (Adobe Photoshop) but the moment file is accessed on Windows Photoshop, the result is devastating. Colors look washed out and whole creativity seems dead.
We all know that Mac OSX have an excellent reproduction of colors and high quality display. Henceforth we might not be able to meet the colors display 100% but at least 85% can be captured in Windows Photoshop
This was a problem I had also faced and below is what I found as a resolution:-) Read the rest of this entry »