In this first ever screencast I will show you how to add perspective to your websites by using a really simple trick which comes into play when users re-size their windows. In the screencast I focus on creating a fancy city-scape for a footer with three basic levels of perspective. The final effect is viewable… Continue reading Screencast #1 – Creating perspective
Recently I was looking around on Facebook as you do, and I realized that around 90% of my news feed was full of “John Doe joined the group … and so did 16 other friends”. Now apart from the annoyance this served me it made me think about the purpose behind such groups. One could… Continue reading Could Facebook groups be a bad thing?
So I woke up this morning and felt like sharing the love! And so today I’ve got a free WordPress theme for you that I finished up only yesterday! Here is the link to download. This is a really simple theme that works in FF2/FF3/IE7/IE8/Chrome/Safari/Opera so you’re pretty much covered in terms of compatibility. The… Continue reading Travel – a free WordPress theme
Note: This article has been marked for a quality review and will soon be updated. I, like many others, love WordPress, and every time I come to creating a new theme I always look for new ways to utilize it’s true power. I like extending the functionality of websites with WordPress and I like using… Continue reading Create a fancy thumbnails list in WordPress
A future web design trend that I predict is location awareness, and using it to ensure a better user experience. However without access to GPS, most of the world’s desktop PCs will have to rely on other means of telling servers where they are. One way that we can use today to determine the location… Continue reading Using Location Awareness
Navigation is an important part of how sites work, and so I think we can all agree that it is important for our navigational items to look nice. One problem that many sites encounter is the slow loading of roll-over images that are used to give feedback to the user. I’m sure you know what… Continue reading Using CSS Sprites