This is a problem most web developers encountered at some point. You are making changes to the way your site handle Twitter cards or Facebook shares, but Facebook and Twitter keep on pulling out the same information as before. This issue is due to the cache that both apps have in place in order to […]
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The Maps make your geography easier. It does not only tell you about the navigation, but increases your knowledge about the different places of the world. Does it cause difficulty to read someone else’s maps, how about creating your own maps? No doubt there’s Google map and...
This tutorial will teach you the basics of using Gulp, a powerful build-automation tool.
The @extend directive in Sass is a powerful directive that facilitates the sharing of rules and relationships between selectors. However, it can produce undesirable side effects if it is not carefully implemented. Thankfully, there are many strategies for using @extend effectively that can prevent these side effects and produce clean, organized CSS.
The use of hidden menus on website are becoming a common design practice for good reason. Now that “Mobilegeddon” is upon us, responsive design has taken more importance than ever. Much of the change in search results is not merely a preference, but it goes in line with how people consume their content online. Using smartphones […]
We’re going to take inspiration from 19th century typography for today’s vintage text effect tutorial. We’ll use Adobe Illustrator to add detailed decorations to a basic word to transform it into a beautiful piece of engraved typography. The process makes use of lots of useful Illustrator techniques, such as offset path, blends and the Pathfinder […]
If you've kept up with design news the past 5-6 years then you should know about A/B testing. This is where two or more page designs are created and offered to a split percentage of visitors. Various... Click through to read the rest of the story on the Vandelay Design Blog.
11. Describe your ideal customer? Selling to another business is different from selling to a consumer. The brand identity should take that into account.If they already have an Ideal Customer Profile, you can ask them to share that. If not, ask for demographic details along with a psychological profile or story. Here’s an exercise from Bidsketch that you can guide them through to create their ICP.
Smartphones and tablets get a bad rap when it comes to child usage. If you have ever seen a child glued
Introducing a New 3 Step Mobile App Development Cycle Gone are the days when web or mobile app development needed lengthy development procedures. In this fast forward world where technology changes within a blink of an eye or can be said that technology is ephemeral – you cannot just stick to old methodologies. In this age of portability and mobility ...
At some point in your experience as WordPress user or developer you might have had any idea or improvement which you might have thought is missing from WordPress. If you have a suggestion for improvement of WordPress, you can easily suggest it to the core developers of WordPress. Since wordpress is an open source platform […]
Adobe Illustrator can be a little tricky to get your hands around, particularly after getting used to the workflow of applications like Photoshop. The differences between layer use and the creation of objects and shapes can be really strange at first hand. In the following tutorial you will learn how to create an open tin can with pieces of fish in Adobe Illustrator. For starters you will learn how to create the main shapes using basic tools (Rectangle, Ellipse tools, Pen…) along with vec
WordPress is well-known for providing a wide spectrum of functionality, enabling users to setup their website consisting of a rich suite of features. One great feature of WordPress is its menu system, which helps in managing a website menu in an effortless manner. In fact, the menu system became even better with the release of […]
Web accessibility refers to designing web applications in a way that it can be used with ease by people with visual
So you want to be a web designer. Or perhaps you already are and don’t know what your next step should be. Either way you will have tons of questions. This is the place to ask them.