Dropbox is a powerful cloud service but it is more than just a website for online storage. Dropbox has many apps that work together with it to enhance your Dropbox experience. Besides automatically backing up your website to Dropbox, some of these apps or third party services will allow you … Continue reading »
In ancient times, battles were fought with strategies, precision and a lot of tactical manoeuvers. The side with the largest armies, the smartest generals and the most skilful soldiers can literally conquer the world. Soldiers are trained to attack, defend and protect, but there will be casualties and losses. It … Continue reading »
Adjusting image Brightness and Contrast, or turning image into Grayscale or Sephia is a common feature you may find in image editing application, like Photoshop. But, it is now possible to add the same effects to web images using CSS. This capability comes from the Filter Effects which actually is … Continue reading »
Much like how freelancing isn’t for everyone, the idea of working from home is not really everyone’s cup of tea either. Sure, you get to work in your bunny slippers, no one steals your lunch from the fridge and if you hate office politics and traffic jams, it’s actually a … Continue reading »
Back in 2010, site speed and page loading times have been added into Google’s algorithms. While not a headline grabber in comparison to the latest news about iPhones and social media, site speed issues are a thing of concern to web designers and it is also one of the best promotional tools around for growing a design business.
Cloud drive services are becoming widely popular nowadays with services like Dropbox, Google Drive, and even Amazon Drive. Microsoft has its own version, SkyDrive with many recently improved features for a better cloud experience. Similar to Google Drive and Gmail, SkyDrive works with a Microsoft account. You can register for … Continue reading »
Mozilla’s Firefox browser is a user-friendly and feature-rich browser, with around 35% of all web users using it to browse the Web. Today’s internet is no longer the only source of information and entertainment, but also a place of treachery and theft. Hackers, trojans, spam, and phishing scams, are just … Continue reading »
Today we are going to continue our discussion on CSS3 Gradients. In the previous post we’ve showed you how to create Linear Gradients. This time we will cover their relative, Circular and Elliptical Gradients. the Gradient Syntax The gradient in CSS3 is declared using the background-image property. This is for … Continue reading »
Mac OS X comes with the "Migration Assistant" that helps you migrate your previously customized settings and configurations from your Mac to your new one. It sounds like a good idea but if you want to avoid inheriting legacy files and some of the old problems that come with, you … Continue reading »
If you’ve ever come across a client (or 20) who refuses to pay you what you know you’re worth, you might start to think that there’s no one out there who knows the value of good design. And you’re definitely not alone – so many designers compete on price that those who want to compete on quality often feel left out.
Screen recording can be useful when you need to record a how-to video to help someone learn how to use a program, record a game walkthrough, or prepare for a presentation. Record here means you can create a video of whatever you are doing on your desktop, save the recording … Continue reading »