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  • 10 years ago

    CRT Vs TFT Monitors

    I’ve recently upgraded to a dual monitor system which combines both a CRT and TFT monitor. Ive done this, not as a financial decision, but because both types of monitors display images very differently and as a web designer it pays to be able to see a project from your customers point of view, whatever […][...]

  • 10 years ago

    Sneaker Pimps

    www.davewhite.me.uk/index.jsp?navSelect=sneakers&page=2 Heres some simply stunning "sneaker art" from artist Dave White. Its simply amazing… i love the tonal backgrounds and sharp contrasting accent which demonstrates a really stylish sense of colour. I’m also attracted by the abstract nature in which these images are painted – Nike should definitely do something with these guys as all […][...]

  • 10 years ago

    Image Labeler the Google Image Tag Game

    Google have created a new online game called Google Imager. This game pits you against another random contestant giving images keywords. Its a good game, quick to play and rewarding, tho i suspect many other people playing are a little slow witted as they take AGES to add in their terms and pass on some […][...]

  • 10 years ago

    CSS – Center Unordered List UL/LI Based Menu

    Call me stupid, but i’ve always been told that you can’t center the contents of an unordered list as used in the footer menu for many websites (maybe that goes to show that many people don’t know what they’re on about?) the solution just popped into my head – try it for your self! styles: […][...]

  • 10 years ago

    Web Design Tip : Design it all on one page

    Heres a handy tip that has saved me hours of to-ing and fro-ing. When you’re putting together a website from content supplied (content not home page) do it all in one page using H1 tags (or whatever you feel is appropriate) to separate the capsules of content (pages) create all the navigation inline, stack the […][...]

  • 10 years ago

    Google Writely – an online colaboration tool

    You may or may not know that Google recently released its online version of MS Word called Writely to run along side its recent launch of Google Spreadsheet. At first glance it looks impressive with all the standard features you’d expect… but one thing has simply blown me out of the water, yes, I am […][...]

  • 10 years ago

    Net Neutrality for Business

    Theres been a lot of talk, mainly in the USA, about Net Neutrality. For those of you who dont know what I’m on about I will explain. The big ISP’s which we all use to access the Internet, want to have the right to divert our surfing to sites that they are affiliated with. For […][...]

  • 10 years ago

    AOL’s Free Anti-Virus Software

    Everyone likes it when you get something for nothing. Well AOL (man I cant believe it I’m actually praising AOL for something) is giving away a free anti virus software backed by well known software provider Kaspersky. It is said to update its self every hour which means that the chances of you obtaining a […][...]

  • 10 years ago

    Small Project Web Design Process (In an ideal world)

    I was recently asked to create a web design quote template for Nemark, a Doncaster based web design and development company specialising in SME web design. Part of this brief was to create a diagram charting the processes involved in an a-typical web design, with the hope that it will allow Nemark to lock clients […][...]