A few years ago, WebKit resurrected the ability to style browser scrollbars the way Internet Explorer first did. These days customizing the scrollbar is still not as rampant or recommended, since it’s not that advisable to mess with behavior that users are already used to, but featured below are sites that went ahead anyway. Some of them have pretty striking results.
Being a designer and/or developer entails using a lot of tools to help you create the best results for your projects. Whether your projects are for paid clients or for personal pleasure, the goal is the same: to make something you’re proud of. With some sweat (and sometimes, blood) plus the right resources, you can […]
Adding a color-changing effect is a neat way to instantly make your site more dynamic and fun.
Have you ever wondered about the user experience and interface design of shopping for spectacles and sunnies? This week we’re looking at online shops for the eyeglass- and sunglass-wearing crowd.
You’ve gotten a glimpse of infographics making their way to the web in people’s portfolios and causeworthy sites. Here, our featured designs are independent websites that put the fascinating discipline of data visualization front and center.
For all the clean and minimalist designs out there are sites that evoke a dark, brooding, adventurous mood with illustrations, light, and even sound. The ones featured below also carry that noir, vintage feel.
We’re not talking about eco-friendly sites but designs that have taken a liking to this lush hue, now more than ever.
Check out these modern tools that will help you build websites faster and better than ever before, and the design patterns they employed for their landing pages—from animations to familiar color schemes.
Freelance developers are not a rarity anymore these days, and more and more, freelancers are having to consider what they do as a business. While freelancing is rather different from having a day job, if you want to go legit and actually make a profit, treating what you do as a business is the route […]
These days it’s not enough for a web designer to have resumes or curriculum vitae like they usually do. If anything, it’s the best avenue to put their best foot forward and show off the skills that they’ve got to potential new bosses.
Go on a virtual sparring match with these websites that pit one person or concept against the other. Which design reigns supreme?
If you’re looking to start a new chapter in your career – whether you’re dissatisfied with your current employer or feel that you’re able and ready to tackle some tough challenges on your own – then going freelance might be the booster to your confidence and CV that you need. There are a number of […]
A 2013 report by Parallels showed that 22 percent of small to mid-sized businesses use cloud-based services and infrastructure tools to manage their business. As a result, it’s more important than ever that web hosting and web development companies be aware of how to integrate the functionality of the cloud into their designs. As companies […]