HTML5 development is not finish yet. But, there a few new elements in HTML5 that can be used today, elements that are already supported in current and old browsers (with shim) such as header, nav, and footer. You probably have seen these elements used across our HTML5 tutorials but haven’t … Continue reading »
Apart from working hard, having the right technical skills, and always achieving all your work goals, there are other ways you can impress your boss, and we’re not talking about washing his car or shining his shoes. From being an employee who does manual work to one that manages a … Continue reading »
Considering the fact that WordPress is the most popular Content Management System out there and serves many users, it’s no wonder that developers feel encouraged and motivated to create themes for WordPress. After all, the gigantic size of the WordPress’ user base simply means that themes created for WordPress are … Continue reading »
The Personal Hotspot feature in Apple’s iOS devices was introduced in iOS 4.3 back in 2011. This feature allows you to take advantage of your iPhone or iPad’s internet connection to get online. It’s a great alternative for when your Wi-Fi connection is not working or you simply can’t find … Continue reading »
All throughout 2012 there has been an enormous surge in new web design trends. Some of you may remember my earlier post on web design trends going into 2012. Now we can see many of these ideas have come to fruition, and even adopted further increasing levels of novelty. In … Continue reading »
Getting sick of those typical kitten calendars you get from your friends or relatives for Christmas? Hoping to start the new year with something extraordinary or exceptional? Well, we deserve stunning calendars for surviving doomsday. For a start, we can all begin by getting an exceptional calendar for our desk … Continue reading »
New year’s here; time to start revving up for 2013. Year in, year out, we make resolutions to better ourselves in terms of getting rid of poor habits, picking up good ones, taking better care of ourselves and the people around us, learning to manage our lives better etc. The … Continue reading »
Windows 8 was released not too long ago showcasing its brand new user interface that merged the desktop and mobile OS experience into one package. Because of that, many people have commented that it will take some time to get used to this massive change. From the get-go, complaints came … Continue reading »
Many individuals have the habit of collecting attractive domain names but never using them. If so, why not get rid of unused domain names and in the process, make some cash? It is important to understand the whole process of selling domain names. On the outside, the process may look … Continue reading »
When we think of advertisements, we tend to negatively associate them with mind manipulation of the masses for business profiteering. We tend to forget that advertisements can be used for nobler causes that deal with issues closer to home and to our hearts. I’m talking about using these ads to … Continue reading »
When planning for your eCommerce website, there is a great deal of things to consider and set up: detailed product information, quality product images, a simple and transparent checkout process, adequate product filters and search options, reliable customer service options, variety of payment options, user-friendly navigation and catchy website design with a focus on the products – the deeper you get, the more dilemmas you face.
There are many ways for giving a website a unique look, but none is more effective than creating some awesome illustrated elements for it. Illustrations can give a lot of personality to the layout of your website, provided that you know how to use them properly.
It doesn’t matter if it’s a completely illustrated background, a sketched font or a hand drawn icon, it will provide your design with a unique feel as long as your approach towards inserting these elements in your design is correct.