Like every person, web designers have unique and intriguing personalities. But even with the clearly obvious level of impact our personality has in our lives and our work, there is still a noticeable lack of individuality in the web designs we see on the web. SixRevisions believes we should not be afraid of showing some personality with designs we make.
With the introduction of iPhone there has been a massive demand of mobile web services. Today Noupe presents 25 tutorials and articles to help you understand and develop sites for achieving mobile presence on websites.
The home page is usually the first page you see when a website loads, and can capture each viewer that visits the site, not only to scan the home page but to enjoy exploring the whole site. 1stWebDesigner explains how to make the most of your home page.
When you’re using the same type of menus over and over again, you gotta slap yourself a couple of times (just for fun) and then surf the net to find some inspiration, something different, something that others are trying in their designs. DesignYourWay makes this chore easy with this excellent showcase.
Sadly, many bloggers, and even professional layout designs, make tragic and costly mistakes in the look and layout of a site. Slodive presents five of the most common mistakes that you need to avoid when it comes to blog design.
These WordPress themes at Slodive are ready to use themes which require no spade work from your side. These great looking themes comes at budget price and also have proper demonstration and support procedures so you don’t have to perfect in using wordpress to use these themes.
Using link data, although it can never be perfectly accurate, allows you to take a more scientific approach to your SEO strategies. How can we leverage link data for actionable insights? Let Seomoz explain.
A few months ago WPMU wrote about WordPress Security. Now, armed only with the words “free WordPress themes,” builtBackwards’ Theme Authenticity Checker Plugin and Donncha O Caoimh’s Exploit Scanner, she’s going to take a look through the first page of Google to see just how safe pages ranking for “Free WordPress Themes” are.