Responsive Design

Well designed but not responsive website

A well designed website doesn’t mean always that a website is responsive too. But first of all: What’s responsive? First mentioned was the term responsive web design, based on an article at Wikipedia about responsive web design, in 2010 by … read on


Why Use Layers in Graphic Software?

… Photoshop, PhotoPlus, Elements and Co. Not to use layers wouldn’t really make so much sense unless you’re making a simple graphic or image resize. If you work for over time with graphic software and layers – the question you … read on

Twenty Eleven: WordPress 3.2 Themed

Love the – Hate the white space, it’s just too minimalist, it’s better – no, it’s worse than some paid themes, the header image and it’s display area is just too, mmm Big?, loading and positioning of images and concerns … read on

New Color Names in Abundance with CSS 3

The selection of “named colors” is much bigger as the 17 named CSS 2 colour keywords, giving much more choice. Listed below, roughly organized by Hue, each color strip shows: color keyword | hexadecimal value | rgb value Extended Color … read on

Cure a Blank Page with Mind Mapping

Not all work that a designer takes on are so easy to come up with new ideas that are not only creative but also relevant and original, and not all ideas are easily accepted by a client even with a … read on

International Inspirations – Germany

International “dealings” and contacts are today common day practice, so big is the team work that it’s easier to ask what’s national rather than what’s international. As visiting other countries has become much more within reach for we mere minions, … read on

Best Responsive Themes for WP Recipe / Food Blogs

Amongst some of the top ranking themes for WordPress comes those that busy themselves with the food industry, the topic of todays top themes for WordPress. An uncountable number of TV shows and Star Chefs, Restaurants, Recipe Collectors and Testers … read on