size and texture

Size and Texture

Size is the quality of primary visual elements, which we just went over—line and shape. All elements have a definitive size, which is its measurable form. Scale is the difference between 2 objects or in comparison to a standard. Scale allows us to indicate if something is too small or...


Expanding List

Today I am gonna share with you my absolute favorite expanding list build in html, css and with JavaScript.  Inspired by neato website use base64  images there. Tried that brightening color fix (using opacity) on mouse over. Some expanding description just like drop down menu when you hover over. This is something...

Quotes on Web Design March 2014

If You think its expensive to hire a professional to do the job, wait until you hire an amateur. -Red Adair Good buildings come from good people, ad all problems are solved by good design. -Stephen Gardiner I think what I feel fortunate about is that I am still...

css3 page flip effect

Pure CSS3 Page Flip Effect

Pure CSS3 Page Flip Effect by Roman Cortes. This code snippet create awesome page flip effect which is only made by html and css3. Roman Cortes make this pure CSS3— without Javascript — page flipping effect by using  clipping, 2d transforms,CSS3 gradients, and with few transitions properties.  Although with few...


Pure CSS Mason Jars

A wonderful Pure CSS Mason Jars Shape created by pure CSS & HTML. Here is the code: HTML


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web designers

Great Designers

We’ll take a look at some designers and how their work still impacts us to this very day. Know that all of these mediums are a little bit different. Whether it be architecture, print, or film, simply pay attention to the solutions they’ve designed and created. First up, we have...

Understanding Different Types of Design

Almost as far back as we can date, humans have designed shelters to live in.We strategically design structures to accommodate our needs.Dating back to the first century AD, there is a writing called the De Architectura by the Roman architect, Vitruvius who categorized architecture into three principles. The first principle,...