Icons play an important part in the visual look of desktop and web applications alike. They could turn a GUI (graphical user interface) into a stunning design, or into a dull look. I think we all agree about that, and no need to go further explaining the benefits of having great looking icons.
The question is; where to find them?!Continue reading
Ever wondered how much a website is worth?
Wonder no more, in this roundup you will find 11 tools that will help you estimate the dollar value of any site by just entering the site’s URL.Continue reading
Today’s interview is with a believer, like many of us, in the transition of desktop applications to the web, a believer in having the guts to pursue what you are passionate about and to enjoy doing it, a believer in making the user experience free of hassle. So, without further ado, meet the creator of cloud.li and Twitchance, Elbert.Continue reading
Today I have the privilege to bring you my interview with Chris Coyier of CSS-Tricks, and to say "Introducing Chris Coyier" is kind of an understatement, simply because this "mild-mannered web designer" is renowned for his teachings of web design "tricks", and for his creations that inspired both the savvy and beginner among web designers and developers.Continue reading
It’s the weekend, let’s have some fun!
This weekend’s collection is about single function sites that randomly generate fun stuff with every page reload.Continue reading
Communicating and sharing our text online started with a great invention called Email. Since that time many services were introduced that followed that same objective. Today our methods of passing messages have come a long way, and the arrival of micro-blogging and its obvious dominance in that area, entailed the creation of services that would cover the limitations of the famous 140 characters we always seem to run out of.Continue reading