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

OneCart eCommerce for WordPress

New on the market, OneCart, a newly released WordPress eCommerce theme over at themeforest. The theme presents a nice clean layout and uses Ajax to list, display and sell your products directly within your WordPress installation. Product Management Products, categories … read on


Do You Really Need a Contract for Design Work

Well, yes, really you do. A lot of designers, that’s myself included, jump head long into business full of enthusiasm, bright ideas and a nitro fueled ignition in the rear end only to find that the unexpected really does happen, … read on

Cover Your Risks on a Business Level

Whether you are running a graphic / web design studio, working as a software developer or profi blogger, or as a Consultant in SEO / IT your main focus will be acquiring new clients, fulfilling deadlines and jobs and getting … read on

Mobile Developer Conference in Nuremberg

From the 24th to the 27th of Juni 2013 the mobile developer conference in Germany keeps mobile developers and designers up to date with the newest trends and developments on mobile platforms including marketing and app distribution. The four day … read on

Keeping Watch: Energy Bill

If you work as a web developer, online programmer or SEO consultant, whether working for yourself or running a small company, difficulties can arise when trying to co-ordinate everything to run smoothly. On the one side, time and effort must … read on

Embossed Letterpress Effect with CSS

Embossed, letterpress text effects can be created as graphic work, but with just a few lines of CSS code, you can also create a this popular effect directly in your CSS code. This example covers how this can be done … 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