Some people like flash and some don’t, but if you already have a flash site or you’re thinking about launching one, be sure it is user friendly from the moment they first enter the site until the moment they leave.
Whether we like it or not, flash sites with awesome animated content can not load instantly, and that is why we often have to deal with boring preloaders. However, there are developers who add creative preloaders so that users could not only see how long it will take for the site to load, but also watch something funny. That said, I invite you to see these 20+ preloaders which are well worth checking out. We hope you will find them inspiring and useful. Read More
The parallax scrolling effect is a cool illusion to add to your web design. In today’s post I have collected some great examples of websites using the scrolling parallax effect. Some websites in this post, for example Beer Camp use the parallax scrolling effect to create a completely different browsing experience for the user and others employ the effect more subtly. Read More
This tutorial is the second installment of how to create a minimal single page portfolio using HTML5 and CSS3, take a look at part one where I initially designed the single page portfolio concept. In this tutorial I will walk you through the basic front-end build and what resources I used to rapidly build the page. Read More
It is great seeing so many new and existing websites embracing HTML5, however HTML5 is still in its infant stages and we are really only scratching the surface of what can be done, take a look at the 30 HTML5 sites I have added in from my bookmark list and dissect their source! Read More
What is becoming just as popular is to add a custom iPhone icon that will appear on your iPhone’s Home Screen. This post will show you how to do this and how you can customise it so that it doesn’t have the default gloss effect. Read More
“HTML 5 vs. Flash” topic has been actively discussed in the global web dev circles lately. Apple devices don’t support Flash and this adds the fuel to the discussion fire. And while the advocates of the Open Standards are prophesying the near end of Flash, Adobe Flash fans are desperately defending their platform. Read More
I am going to start a set of weekly posts that will show you my favourite links I have found, been sent or have used myself at some point. Please, if you have time to take a few minutes to help spread my posts using the share links at the bottom of the page I would be very greatful! Right heres my #1 set of links… Read More