courtesy of Instant Shift Let’s say you’re in a library. It wouldn’t be nice at all if you couldn’t move around because of the overcrowded shelves and halls, while the librarian was continuously prompting you with the latest books that arrived. It’s the same with white space used in web design: it gives room to […]
Category Archives: Graphics
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Using CSS to Make a Visually Consistent Cross-browser HTML5 Progress Bar
Just a short time ago, I wrote how to show progress reports for long-running PHP scripts. In that article, we were introduced to an HTML5 addition called the Progress Bar element. It’s a great leap forward for us developers, but some people have pointed out – quite fairly might I add – that the Progress […]
Want to Quickly Preview All Your Installed Fonts?
If you are like me, I have over 400 different fonts installed on my computer. So, graphically designing images using fonts can be quite a chore sifting through the many fonts available to use. Here is a great way to quickly preview all your installed fonts There are few font preview programs out there that […]
25 Free Professional Icon Sets for Graphic and Web Designers – Download Now » Design You Trust – Design Blog and Community
Need Icons – Here is a great place to start. From Social to Navigation Icons. All royalty free. Start using today. Courtesy of WebNeel. 25 Free Professional Icon Sets for Graphic and Web Designers – Download Now » Design You Trust – Design Blog and Community.
Pictaculous – A Color Palette Generator courtesy of MailChimp
Ever wanted to determine a color palette to go with a picture, logo or other artwork to assist you in designing a color scheme for brochures or website? this is the perfect tool – Pictaculous (from MailChimp). Pictaculous also queries popular results from Kuler and COLOURlovers with hyperlinks to these recommended palettes for additional reference. […]