IconDock is managed by Nick La, a Toronto based illustrator and web designer, who also runs N.Design Studio, Web Designer Wall, and Best Web Gallery. Both the stock icons and free icons are designed by Nick La. Being a web designer himself, Nick knows what kind of icons you need for most of your projects — whether a blog theme, web app interface or general website.
Adobe Creative Suite already have pretty cool icons, could they have been designed better? Well, of course they can, if these icons are anything to go by anyway. If you are in need of some inspiration, or perhaps bored of your existing Adobe icons, have a look at these beautiful icons.
The most important part of designing a new site is the navigation or menu system, but this can be tricky, time consuming and often frustrating. You need something that will fit into your design and most importantly, allow your readers to navigate with ease. Below you will find 24 CSS (in some cases with a little jQuery) Navigation and Menu Tutorials to help you on your way.
Image galleries, sliders and slideshows have become increasingly popular within webpages over the last year or so, and with jQuery becoming ever more popular, more and more developers have been creating these amazing powerful, versatile and sleek galleries. Thank you jQuery.
Below you will the most powerful, the most creative and most versatile of jQuery plugins and tutorials built using jQuery.
For one lucky reader we have a free book called Learning jQuery 1.3. I have read and would recommend thsi book to anyone, ii is not only good for anyone first learning jQuery but also good reference for any seasoned pro.
As a designer there seems to be never enough time, as a deadlines comes closer and closer, your work is rushed and perhaps the quality of the end product may not be as good as it could and should have been. Maybe it is time to save yourself some precious time from the outset of a new project and allow XHTML.pixelcrayons.com to come in and give you a helping hand.
Ever wondered or wanted to design your own movie style poster or graphic? With these cool tutorials you can, from Transformers to Star Wars, from Shrek to Ice Age and even from Scarface to Indiana Jones.
The tutorials are split into different sections, posters, style effects, text effects and general movie posters.
There probably is quite a lot of debate which is the better for creating an image slideshow or gallery, CSS or Flash? Each has its own advantages and everyone has their preference, but I am sure most would agree that Flash has a special feel of sleekness, style and professionalism. Flash does have an air of being technically difficult to develop, but with these ten easy to follow Flash Gallery and Slideshow Tutorials, you will be able to put your fears to rest, and create a beautiful and dynamic gallery.
CSS button styling can be tricky and sometimes tedious. If you are looking for a simple and effective way of creating dynamic CSS buttons with cross browser compatibility, these tutorials are for you.
Flash design is being used less and less within web design nowadays, ads and games aside. We all know how about its down sides, and everyone certainly hates the “Click here to open in Full Screen” links that are, fortunately, not being used as much as in years gone by. There is no denying it though, visually Flash is beautiful. Is it time for a revival?
There is seemingly no end to Lego creativity. Models, stop motion movies, amazing ads and art recreation…
And now, even movie posters are being recreated with that unique-tongue-in-cheek style you can only get with lego bricks and minifigs. If you love movies and you love Lego, you will love these posters.