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Designing for the Web

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Khoi Vinh: On the Grid | The Color Machine

Khoi Vinh: On the Grid | The Color Machine. via Khoi Vinh: On the Grid | The Color Machine.

3 Tips for Adding Images to Your Website

Keep Your Images Small Small images download faster, and the faster your page downloads the more likely people will stay. A good maximum size for images is 10K. Resize Images with Graphics Software Not the Browser When you use the width and height attributes to resize your images, you increase the amount of time it … Continue reading

CSS ‘Paged Media’ Brings Book Smarts to the Web | Webmonkey | Wired.com

What if you could flip through a regular news website like a magazine? CSS ‘Paged Media’ Brings Book Smarts to the Web | Webmonkey | Wired.com.  

Optimizing Your Images

Don’t make your visitors wait and wait for your page to load. By correctly creating images for use on your page, you will not only catch the viewer’s eye but help your page load quickly. Keep each image between 10k-12k in size. Size your images to the dimensions you want them to appear on your … Continue reading

Press Release: Tips to ascertain simplicity of website design

Press Release: Tips to ascertain simplicity of website design.

You Can Never Have Enough Web Creme

The best way to start off designing a “good” webpage, is to look at as many “good” web pages as you can. Weblog Web Creme has spent the last 6 years cataloging over 2,000 examples of “good” web design to inspire and get those creative juices flowing. Here are a few examples:

Getting Started with WordPress « WordPress Codex

Getting Started with WordPress « WordPress Codex. Our first assignment will be to create our own blog using WordPress. You can access all of the info you need on how to get started at the link above! Now get pressing 🙂

How to make a Web 2.0 Logo – Business Tool Reviews | Business Tool Reviews

How to make a Web 2.0 Logo – Business Tool Reviews | Business Tool Reviews.