New Web Design and Development Resources: #4 February Edition

Hello, peeps! Here we go once more, bringing you the best in new resources for all your web designing and developing needs. This complete collection puts at your disposal widgets, web templates, UI kits, plugins, icons and other fancy stuff to make life a little easier with your projects. Hope you will find them useful….

Predicting the Future: The Best and The Worst Tech Predictions of All Time

These days, predicting what is going to happen next month in the tech world is opening yourself up to either miserable failure or ego-boosting success. The world of technology moves so quickly currently, but that hasn’t always been the case. In the 1970s and 80s when fax machines were seen as the most modern and…

How to Make Your WordPress Site Blazing Fast

This is a sponsored post via Syndicate Ads. Today’s web users have the need for speed. With internet and cellular connections getting faster and faster, users expect sites to feel snappy. As developers, we must make sure we’re doing our best to serve those pages quickly. This article will focus on what you should be…

The Best New Free Fonts Released in January 2015

Each month an amazing amount of new free fonts become available. Some are not of the highest quality, but there are a lot that are worth featuring in a round up, and by doing so perhaps we are able to save you the time of trawling through them all. Designers can never have a large…

Modular Approach: Website Design Based on Grid-Style Layout

Developers are accustomed to employing a grid system as a solid foundation for their websites; thanks to that, they are capable of overcoming various challenges during prototyping. They not only simply work it into a project but also get creative with it thereby offering interesting solutions that, as a rule, include trendy styles or high-end…

10 Excellent Time-Saving Tools for Developers

You are waking up early, planning your tasks beforehand and working until late at night, yet you are not on time with your projects? Many creative professionals such as web developers face this problem. Within this post, I will introduce you to a small collection of tools that can help you find an extra free…

Why Most Startups Fail Before They Start

It’s the age of quitting your job to start a blog that will make you an internet millionaire, or so say the ads for people who want to teach you how to start a blog (or “strat” a blog as one former client of mine says on their front page after they decided proofreading wasn’t…

Strengthen the First Impression: Beautiful Splash Screens

Splash screen is a term that comes from the computer industry, which needed some distraction tricks while heavy software, programs or processes are loading. However, as is usually the case, as befits every useful technology with a trace of UX like this, it has been successfully migrated into mobile applications and web-based projects, having carved…

All For One and One For All – Monochromatic Color Schemes in Web Design

Monochromatic and grayscale color schemes are not new in web design, but they are still around, and still being used to great effect. It is not unusual to find minimal grayscale web designs these days, and for the purposes of this article I have not included many using that color scheme in this article. It…

It’s a Long, Long Story: 10 Informative and Captivating Storytelling Online Projects

Uncovering history as well as displaying statistics is really challenging and tricky, since traditionally both of them are associated with something boring and insipid that no one loves. However, it is hard to deny that we prefer visual over text, so why not turn this inclination into an advantage and reveal a series of facts…

...10...121314...2030...