Archive for March, 2010

22 Mar 2010


Experience the Power of Desktop Blogging – Tips & Tools to Get You Started

Entrepreneurs and computer savvy techs aren’t the only ones that hit the keyboard hard and blog. With today’s online frenzy with vast social media networks everyone wants their voices to be heard. Not to say the least, if you’ve been online for more than 2 months you must have come across one or two blogs by now. Anyone that’s anyone has a weblog, and designers, developers, and creatives have caught on to the blogging craze.

Now, just because we’re mostly design and code oriented, this doesn’t mean we haven’t figured out a way to develop a blogging system that makes it much easier and quicker to post news online. As a matter of fact some of us have revolutionized blogging forever, and will continue to as long as juicy data is flowing through web servers and into our computers.

17 Mar 2010


Create A Simple Letter Press Effect in Photoshop

Letter Press

Letter Press typography is very popular at the moment in both web and graphic design. Here’s a little step-by-step tutorial that will make you master the letter press effect for sure.

15 Mar 2010


300+ Essential WordPress Hacks, Tools and Frameworks that Will Change the Way You Develop Themes

The WordPress theme market is a huge opportunity for designers and developers, especially since sites like ThemeForest have made it so easy to produce premium themes and make money from them. If you do it right, you can easily make a substantial income solely from WordPress theme design.

Of course, in order to do it right you have to know the tools and tricks that enable professionals to create work that is worthy of that title. Let’s check out some of the most vital, helpful and game-changing hacks, tools and frameworks to help you achieve that professionalism in your themes.

03 Mar 2010


Create an Impressive Content Editing System with jQuery and PHP

It’s been a while since we had a good development tutorial, so let’s reawaken the tradition again and have some coding fun today! I’m going to show you how to use jQuery and PHP to build a content editing system that will allow you or your client to easily edit .html pages visually.

If this sounds like something you’re interested in, read on. I hope you’ll enjoy it!