Do you often have so many tabs open in your browser that you can't read the title of each one? What about having so many tabs open that you can't even see the icon of the website?
Shane Pinkman gives advice on starting a business, the importance of finding the right things to focus on and how to evaluate your website content.
Last month Five Simple Steps released the first two books from their new Pocket Guide series and yesterday added two additional titles to their growing collection.
The last month or two have seen several new promising web design and development podcasts launch. This post is a summary of who they are by, what they are about and how you can subscribe. Happy listening!
Late last year Callum Chapman created and launched a new range of notepads and books called Dot Grid. They feature a faint dot pattern (instead of the usual line or square pattern) which make them absolutely ideal for designers to use for sketching wireframes.
2012 was a wonderful year for web design and development books. We've been treated to beautifully written, designed and packaged publications from both small and large publishers which have provided a wealth of knowledge to designers over the last 12 months.
Recently, Squarespace released a free note taking iPhone app call Squarespace Note which has been getting rave reviews. The idea behind the app is simple: Launch the app, write a note and send it instantly to your email address.
UK based Zyma.com have kindly provided us with 3 free hosting accounts as part of a giveaway for our readers. Simply leave a comment to be in with a chance to win!
To celebrate their sixth birthday, Envato have put together another fantastic bundle with more than $500 worth of Motion Graphics, Sound Effects, Music, Themes, Code, Site Templates, Stock Photography, Flash and Unity, Graphics and Vectors and 3D models for just $20
When it comes to designing a brand new logo from scratch, where do you start? Who is the target audience for the logo or brand? Do you have to stick to any design guidelines put forward by your client? Where do you get that initial spark of inspiration from? Who will own the copyright to the final design?