5th June 2012 in PSD to HTML

Sticky Footer

As the web designs continue to evolve for new trends and practices, many a times these days we see that the footer of a website pages is so designed that there is no white space below the footer. In such cases, we need to make the footer as sticky so that it stays at the […]

17th July 2011 in PSD to HTML

Should you upgrade to HTML5?

We all know that HTML5 is here now, and it’s here to stay. As HTML5 is yet in its development phase, it will take years to move on to the next version of HTML, also HTML5 is being developed keeping in mind all the requirements of today’s web development. So we can say the first […]

12th July 2011 in Freebies

HTML5 Reference Poster

HTML5 is the hot cake today. Everybody in the community is making efforts to promote the language, and to make it easier to use and learn. W3C has even announced a new logo for HTML5 to give it a new face. We have made a modest effort to create a HTML5 Reference Poster; we hope […]

3rd June 2011 in CSS

Create reflection effect using CSS3

In a recent project, the client asked me if there is any way to add reflection to images. He wanted this effect because he liked the reflection effect added by designer in the design of his website. But the issue was that he might need to add more images in the future, and he cannot […]

1st May 2011 in PSD to HTML

Prepare your PSD for HTML

Generally, designers need to do a lot of experimentation and changes in their design file before they come up with a final design that satisfy the client and project requirements. Unfortunately, many designers (or UI engineers) do not do the cleanup of their final design file. As a professional, it is very important to do […]

11th December 2010 in Freelancing

How Not to Lose a Good Project

Freelancers generally have a pre-defined way to approach a business lead. It can be a pre-written sales pitch, a proposal template, a set of references as portfolio, and the way they begin conversation. Many a times, they lack the flexibility required to pitch for really good projects. As a professional, you need to prepare well […]

4th December 2010 in CSS

A handy guide to best coding practices in CSS

Whether you have been using CSS for some time now, or you are new to the world of CSS, following some commonly used coding practices can save you a lot of time and energy. There are no predefined rules on how you should write you CSS code; Experts in the industry have created their own […]

27th November 2010 in CSS

CSS3 transform property – think out of the box

So far we have used box model for layout of webpages. CSS 3 now allows us to think out of the box. Ok, not exactly out of the box, but at least transform the box. CSS 2D transform module provides us some new functions, using these functions elements can be translated, rotated, scaled, and skewed. […]

20th November 2010 in CSS

CSS3 text-shadow property – the hidden powers.

Text-Shadow is one of the many new properties from the quiver called CSS 3. It’s too powerful to create effects, which were only possible through image editing software’s like Adobe Photoshop. This little beast is a very handy tool to add effects like drop-shadow, multiple shadows, glow, blur, and emboss etc. You can also blend […]