Posts Tagged ‘display’

25 Feb 2010

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6 Smashingly Practical CSS3 Effects You Can Use Right Now

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CSS3 is developing fast, and the most exciting part is seeing all of the intriguing and attractive effects that are being invented to solve real design problems. With the combined creativity of the design community, CSS3 has quickly traveled through the zone of interesting speculation and into the territory of time/resource saving practical everyday use.

Today, we’re going to look at 7 impressive, concrete, real-life effects and techniques that you can implement in your next design. This isn’t going to be the usual overview of features – these are all specific techniques that will help your design work to be more advanced and effective. Let’s dig in!

03 Nov 2009

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Color of the Web: Purple

Color of the Web: Purple

Today we start a series of posts called color of the web in which we will feature a different color every week along with a lot of web design inspiration. Starting out with the color purple, here you will see some purple color paletts and 20 great purple websites.

Purple is not close to being one of the most used colors of the web, that’s the reason why purple websites get an extra attention when they come around. We automatically recognize that as being something different, and that’s what a lot of designers seek when they use the color purple, in order stand out from the crowed as everyone else is stuck on the basic colors.

14 Oct 2009

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How Famous Web Designers Present their Portfolio

This is something that always instigates me, how web designers should present their portfolio on the website. Should they use the same principals and trends from the graphic design portfolio to present their web work?

I’ve selected some very well known web designers, to check closely how they present their work within their website and give you a good idea of how you could present yours.