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april 27th, 2012 - 13:47 § in Webdesign now powered by MaxCDN

A faster website leads to happier visitors. While you can make a million changes to your site’s code to speed up load times, there are some things that are just beyond your control. Things like network issues between where your site is hosted and where your visitors are. So what can you do to over[...]

april 27th, 2012 - 13:47 § in Webdesign

Night Moves: A Collection of Night-Life Photography

By Noupe Editorial Posted in Inspiration, Photography 0 comments Life tends to move by at a pretty fast pace, this is not a secret to most. However, there are a few who have yet to discover that often times, at night, life moves even faster. When photographers turn their lenses towards the majesty t[...]

april 27th, 2012 - 13:46 § in Webdesign

Build a responsive site in a week: going further (part 5)

In the final part of our responsive web design tutorial, Clearleft’s Paul Robert Lloyd explains how there is more to a responsive design than just flexible layouts, images and media queries Although responsive web design can help us craft compelling adaptive experiences, it’s no silver bullet; t[...]

april 27th, 2012 - 13:46 § in Webdesign

Easy HTML Templates with Mustache

Tutorial by Matt Doyle | Level: Beginner | Published on 27 April 2012 Learn how to create HTML templates using Mustache, the easy-to-use, logic-less template system. Templates are a great way to separate your website’s code from its design. There are many great web template systems available f[...]

april 27th, 2012 - 13:46 § in Webdesign

Transitions Only After Page Load

by: Chris Coyier I’ve you’ve ever used CSS transitions on structural elements on your page, you may have noticed a case where you see that transition happen when the page loads and is laying itself out. Quick video of the issue I was having: To fix it, I just added a class of “prel[...]

april 27th, 2012 - 13:46 § in Webdesign

10 Things to Learn From Failure

We’ve all had them – the dreaded unsuccessful or failed project – and we’ve all had to bounce back. From graphics busts to web disasters, some good can come from projects you’d rather forget. Even big companies, such as Gap with a logo change and subsequent reversal in early 2011, have had[...]

april 27th, 2012 - 01:44 § in Webdesign

Why I Fell in Love with the Sass CSS3 Extension, And You Will Too!

In some ways I’ve always been a traditionalist. I like writing my code from scratch, without preprocessors and frameworks. I feel like I have more control over what I’m doing. Recently, however, I finally took a proper look at Sass – the CSS3 extension – and I have to say that I’ve kind of[...]

april 26th, 2012 - 19:32 § in Webdesign

15 fabulous responsive sites for your inspiration

Antony and Jerome Ribot present 15 of the best responsive sites featured in our mag’s Gallery over the last six months ‘); 1. Breakingnews Real-time news has never been so much fun! – actually a startup from within – is great, live-aggregating stories from [...]

april 26th, 2012 - 19:32 § in Webdesign

Design Critique: Cantigas

How would you design a site for a Latino Chorus? What colors would you use? How would you set the type? How would you capture the essence of the chorus and encourage people to see them live? These are questions likely in Jorge’s mind in regards to the Cantigas website, which he donates time and [&[...]

april 26th, 2012 - 19:31 § in Webdesign

Scott Jehl on the responsive Boston Globe site

This article originally appeared in the November issue (221) of .net magazine – the world’s best-selling mag for web designers and developers. Bruce Lawson: Who worked on this with you?SJ: Filament Group, Ethan Marcotte, Upstatement, Mat Marquis and Miranda Mulligan, digital design direc[...]