As promised in my previous post, I will be sharing some of the scripts used on the Themify redesign. Today I’m going to share the animating background color script as seen on the site. It is a simple jQuery script that animates a series of background colors in a loop. It runs smoothly on desktop, tablet, and even mobile devices.
The previous post on creative business cards was very well recieved. Today we going to share another 60 well designed embossed business cards that stand out of the crowd. Embossing your business card is a great effect to grab your audience’s attention, along with printing on different mediums, sizes of card and utilising complimentary techniques such as letterpress, spot UV and die cut. If you are considering to make an embossed card, be sure check this post for inspiration.
Lately, I’ve been blogging a lot about Responsive Design. I’ve covered the technical side of media queries, basic implementation, full design tutorial, some CSS tricks, and a list of awesome responsive sites. Today, I want to talk about setting breakpoints in responsive design. How should you set the breakpoints? What is the general guideline? I’m going to share my view on setting breakpoints.
One of the common challenges when designing responsive design for mobile is the navigation menu. If the site has many sections or pages, it gets challenging to squeeze all the items into a small mobile resolution. The navigation most likely ends up running into multiple lines or the buttons stacking on top each other. So I’m going to review some of the design solution and provide a quick tutorial on how to create a mobile navigation with jQuery.
Responsive design all started with this article by Ethan Marcotte. Some people see it as a trend. But it is more than just a trend. It is a new design solution — it helps to resolve the design problems associated with the different resolutions and devices (desktop, laptop, tablet, and mobile). I’m going to share a list of responsive sites that I feel are nicely done. I’ve categorized the list into two categories: Adaptive and Fluid & Responsive.
Although CSS3 @font-face is supported by most major browsers (IE, Firefox, Chrome, and Safari), but not all. When it doesn’t, your custom fonts might break the layout or come out with undesired results. In this article, I will explain the common issues with using custom fonts, picking the matching fallback web safe fonts, and how to create a perfect fallback font style with Modernizr.
If you are looking for an unique way to brand your business card, then you’ve got to check this post. I’ve collected over 80 creative and unique business cards from different types of business. Some of them are visually appealling, some have fancy die cut, some are edible, and some are just crazy. The examples in this post proves that business cards don’t have to be printed on card stock in standard size. Business cards can be done on any material in any form.