40 Examples Of Tilt-Shift Photography

Here is another round up for all you photography lovers out there. Today, we are showcasing some of the best examples of tilt-shift photography. You’ll love it. In a nutshell, tilt-shift photography is an inspired and mesmerizing photography technique that requires manipulating the camera or image so that a life-sized location or subject looks like a miniature-scale model. If you…

The Usability of Resume Design

When we think resume design, “usability” typically isn’t one of the first things to spring to mind. An art director seeking a new position might create an 8-point typographic masterpiece that, while beautiful as a design, is not the best read of information. A developer may hammer out an exhaustive, experience-documenting, 4-page all-serif Word doc. While the ultimate opportunity you’re…

Building Websites with a Priority for Mobile

Today it’s more common to find a skilled web artisan who understands desktop support over mobile. This appears to be a symptom of building on the desktop browser for decades as opposed to other screens. Yet there is a growing case to argue that mobile development is the best place to start on new-age websites. In this article I’d like…

Weekly Design News – Resources, Tutorials and Freebies (N.125)

This is our weekly column were we share our favorite design related articles, resources and cool tidbits from the past week. Enjoy :) New Features in Photoshop CS6 (Infographic) New Features in Photoshop CS6 (Infographic) More Noticeable HTML Bookmarks Responsive Content Navigator with CSS3 Getting Started With Node.js and Geddy Starting a Design Project How to Create Infinite Scroll Pagination…

Getting to Grips with HTML5 Browser Compatibility

Over the past few years, HTML5 has gone from mythical creature to vivid reality and has taken its share of hits from skeptics and experts alike as to its readiness and viability. Now, in 2012, HTML5 is ready for use with all modern browsers, including IE9. It has also been developed to gracefully degrade, even without help from JavaScript or…

WordCamp hits the Netherlands this weekend

WordCamp Netherlands will feature a lineup of experts on WordPress, Social Media, SEO, and Performance including our very own Andy Killen. While it’s hosted in the Netherlands, many of the talks will be in English for the speaker’s convenience. Saturday (March 24th) will open the event with a series of talks on WordPress! A full program of Saturdays events are…

Guidelines to Follow when Building for the App Store (iOS & Android)

There are a lot of factors to consider before building and submitting a mobile application. Developers have plenty of resources on the web for consulting official documentation. But there are some traits you should consider about the overall process. Whether you are building for Apple or Android-powered devices will make all the difference. Some developers have the confidence to build…