In CSS3, web developers/designers can define a media type such as screen or print, and specify the look of the content by specifying conditions such as width, height, or orientation. A CSS media query combines a media type and a condition to specify how web content will appear on a particular receiving device.
On Psdtuts+, we are know that many of you reference our content in your studies. Lots of our readers are students in schools all over the world. Unfortunately, summer is coming to an end for many of you. That means it is time to start thinking about your studies again. In this article, we have […]
On May 7 Adobe announced their latest generation of creative tools now known as CC, and this week designers finally got their hands on the new and updated suite, including Photoshop CC and Illustrator CC. But as was also announced in May, Fireworks has not been included in these updates, and indeed won’t be seeing […]
If This Then That (IFTTT) is a powerful (currently free) tool that allows you to build connections between the services and applications you use, mainly for the purposes of automation of tasks and receiving notifications. By combing IFTTT and WordPress you can automate a number of tasks connected to running your blog as well as […]
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Hover effects are always a fun topic to explore. In the past, we’ve built some awesome examples of CSS hovers that were easy to copy and paste right into your code.
Fonts are like celebrities—some are famous, while others can be downright infamous. Here is list (with visual examples) of the absolute worst fonts ever created for print.
Without a doubt, the responsive technology is becoming more and more popular. This allows us to save time when we develop design intended for use on a variety of devices.
To save yourself the cost of an entirely new print job, be sure to avoid these common design mistakes and printing pitfalls to produce the best print job possible.