jQuery Techniques for Web Designers

Posted by Raashid A. | Posted in jQuery, Web Designing, Web Development | Posted on 07-08-2011


jQuery code for web designers
Only a few years ago, if something was animated on a website it was automatically assumed to be Flash. However, this is not the case today. With the growing popularity and wide spread use of JavaScript frameworks, sometimes you have to take a closer look to find out what is powering all of those smooth animations.

With several JavaScript frameworks available, jQuery is quickly becoming a favorite. If you are interested in using jQuery for animated effects, here are 13 excellent tutorials to get you on your way.

Building an Animated Cartoon Robot with jQuery

Building an Animated Cartoon Robot with jQuery

Social Media Marketing Basic Tools – Third Party Tools

Posted by Raashid A. | Posted in News, SEO, Social Media Marketing | Posted on 25-07-2011



Social Media Marketing Tools BLOG.wezileAs we learn SEO and the Web Designing we should know about Social Media Marketing (SMM) all so, if you’re IT Professional and Interested to Social Media Marketing and Social Media Strategy (SMS) this article will help you to gain some knowledge about SMM and SMS. First as we know what Social Networks such as Facebook, twitter & newly launched Google+ this are some meager and very power full network to do marketing your brands and your self

Today im going to refer some SMM tools for you guys to how to implement your brand or company through a third party or a direct connected Social Media Marketing Tools, as we know the facebook the leading and the most power full tool to market at same time when we consider about SEO – Search Engine Optimization the Twitter is the other tool to implement your product and see how the product flying in the internet and if we talk about the Google+ we can gain both Social Media Marketing and the Search Engine Optimization in One Profile because the google+ have design for Marketing and SEO purpose

10 jQuery Effects, Moving Elements with Style

Posted by Raashid A. | Posted in Freebies, jQuery, News, Web Designing, Web Development | Posted on 19-06-2011


1. Fluid Navigation – How to create an informative menu-bar with jQuery & CSS

Learn how to create a menu that appears like a standard menu bar in it’s default state, but which on rollover pulls down an information area that covers both the original menubar item and has an expanded section containing the text we want to display.

Fluid Navigation – How to create an informative menu-bar with jQuery & CSS

Top 10 Mistakes in Web Design

Posted by Raashid A. | Posted in News, Social, Tutorial, Web Designing, Web Development | Posted on 12-06-2011


1. Bad Search

Overly literal search engines reduce usability in that they’re unable to handle typos, plurals, hyphens, and other variants of the query terms. Such search engines are particularly difficult for elderly users, but they hurt everybody.A related problem is when search engines prioritize results purely on the basis of how many query terms they contain, rather than on each document’s importance. Much better if your search engine calls out “best bets” at the top of the list — especially for important queries, such as the names of your products.

Search is the user’s lifeline when navigation fails. Even though advanced search can sometimes help, simple search usually works best, and search should be presented as a simple box, since that’s what users are looking for.

Web Site Trends in 2009, 2010 & 2011

Posted by Raashid A. | Posted in News, Web Designing, Web Development | Posted on 22-04-2011


Web Design Trends For 2009

We Web designers are a fickle lot. We love to experiment with things. We love to observe how people interact with our work. And we love to try out unusual design approaches that might possibly go mainstream and become a classic approach. As a result, new design approaches come up, and as more and more designers notice them and make use of them, new trends emerge.

Over the last months, we’ve analyzed numerous Web designs, observing emerging trends and weighing the merits of numerous design decisions and coding solutions. In this post, we present Web design trends for 2009: recent developments, new design elements and new graphic approaches. We also discuss situations in which these trends can be used and present some beautiful examples. Did you miss any recent development in this overview? Let us know in the comments!

This article covers only 10 of the over 25 trends we’ve identified over the last months. The second part will be published next week. We’ll cover new layouts, new visual approaches and new design elements. Please stay tuned.

Update: the second part of our review is now published as well.

Web Design Trends For 2009

Let’s first take a closer look at the main trends we identified, discovered and observed over the last months. In this overview, you’ll find a review of each trend and more beautiful examples that can inspire you in your next project.

  1. Embossing Letterpress

    Trend-04 in Web Design Trends For 2009

  2. Rich user interfaces

    Trend-11 in Web Design Trends For 2009

  3. PNG transparency

    Trend-27 in Web Design Trends For 2009

30 Websites to follow as Web Developmer and Web Designer

Posted by Raashid A. | Posted in CSS, Fonts, HTML, News, Web Designing, Web Development | Posted on 06-04-2011


This post posted on May 21 2008 by Jacob Gube in sixrevisions.com

I’ve made it a goal to learn at least one useful thing each day so that I can stay sharp and well-versed on the topic of web development and design. To that end, here’s some of the websites I keep track of to find new techniques, resources, and news about building websites.

Most of these sites are updated frequently, so there’s never a lack of new content that fills up my Google Reader.

Because the role of the web developer is ever-expanding, I’ve also included a variety of sites that covers fields relating to web development – such information architecture, user interaction, and web/graphics design.


NETTUTS - Screenshot

NETTUTS is a recently launched blog/tutorial site that provides “spoonfed web skills“. There are already plenty of useful and detailed tutorials that range from offloading static content to Amazon S3 to creating a beautiful tabbed content area using jQuery. NETTUTS is perfect for developers just starting out, since the tutorials are very thorough and in a “step by step” format. For more advanced developers, it’s an excellent source of inspiration and learning new techniques.