This is the second instalment of the ongoing DesignWoop freebies series, a monthly design and development freebie collection.
The free design goodies included in this months round-up feature some quality PSD templates, coded HTML templates, backgrounds and some super nice fonts. The free typeface called ‘Adam’ really caught my eye and was rather quickly download into my font library.
This is the first in the series of the monthly design and development freebie collection. I have some super resources in this months collection ranging from HTML templates, PSD files, a Ghost CMS template and a couple of free fonts. The Readium Ghost theme looks fantastic, it is my personal favorite in the collection and unbelievably it is free, kudos to Sven Read and his team.
Today I wanted to share with you a quick and easy way to building a countdown landing page with a simple email sign up form.
To complete this demo I will be using a jQuery plugin called FlipClock.js to power the countdown clock and MailChimp to power the email sign up form.
View The Demo or Download Source Code.
The time spent building a new web project can be greatly reduced if you choose to use a prebuilt HTML5/CSS framework.
A front-end framework can provide you with tons of prebuilt web elements such as responsive grids, JS sliders, complex menus, model windows, icon fonts – pretty much everything you may need to get your website up and running fast.
Here are ten useful, time saving web design frameworks that you should bookmark for future use in your projects.
Looking back 5 or 10 years ago the process of designing website buttons was very tedious. CSS could handle a lot of the outer edges, but gradient backgrounds and icons required static images. And these newer design trends are still at the cusp of innovation. This means you will find plenty of modern websites still using images in place of CSS3 effects.
I want to focus this tutorial on the power of CSS3 icon fonts for designing user interfaces. We will be creating some generic CSS3 buttons with added icons for design aesthetics. However the icons will not be loaded from static images or sprite sheets. Instead we will be using the Entypo icons font for generating pictograms inside your website layout.
For today I have selected 15 fresh and useful CSS3 tutorials for your next project. CSS3 and HTML5 are the topics that you see and hear everyday and I think it is the right time to start diving into it. While there is no freedom in expressing our ideas in CSS3 prior to weak support in major browsers we want to be the first ones when it is fully supported right? Besides chasing the trends you will gain valuable experience in CSS3, HTML5 and jQuery which will help you to solve your problems in your projects.
In this compilation you will find only newest CSS3 tutorials on creating amazing transition effects, slideshows, navigation menus and much 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.
If your looking to give your WordPress theme a new design or simply looking to upgrade your code to more modern technologies such as HTML5/CSS3, you will these free WordPress HTML5 frameworks very handy. These HTML5 WordPress frameworks are stripped back and mostly include little or no styling which provides a perfect HTML5 framework for you to build your new WordPress site on.