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Odds & sods

If you want to see your portfolio in print drop us an email now.
Author: Steve Jenkins
26th August 2010
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Magazine Issues

Web Designer issue 174 hits the shelves tomorrow (26 August) and so we’ve got a sneak peak of the latest cover and a quick breakdown of the main content
Author: Imagine Admin
25th August 2010
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Inspiration
Odds & sods

Web Designer takes a look at the apps providing a creative signpost to the kinds of design and development tools ripe for supercarging on the iPad
Author: Steve Jenkins
23rd August 2010
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Interviews

Blitz is a leading integrated marketing agency that builds brands and drives conversion by developing results-driven, immersive and imaginative campaigns and applications. Read on…
Author: Steve Jenkins
20th August 2010
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Inspiration
Odds & sods
Tip

Enhnace your projects with six of the best jQuery plug-in out there.
Author: Steve Jenkins
19th August 2010
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Inspiration

Gregory Wood is a web designer at Erskine Design, but it is his personal site that is so beautifully crafted.
Author: Steve Jenkins
18th August 2010
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Photoshop
Tutorials

Blogs allow viewers to gain a closer, more intimate look at its content. It also tends to be a perfect outlet for creative expression and conveying some vital personality
Author: Imagine Admin
2nd August 2010
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Developer
Tutorials

Publishing your own interactive comic is simple with Flash, we explore how to set up and make interactive 3D scenes
Author: Imagine Admin
2nd August 2010
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Dreamweaver
HTML
Tutorials

Well-designed pop-up tooltips provide useful additional sign-posting information about the content on your website, and where a link will take you…
Author: Imagine Admin
2nd August 2010
Magazine Issues

Only three days until the latest issue of Web Designer hits the shelves.
Author: Steve Jenkins
26th July 2010
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Blog
News

With HTML5 big news in the trade right now, we’ve decided to kick off a bit of a debate to coincide with our forthcoming issue. So we asked a bunch of developers for their thoughts on whether the new specification can become the next-gen standard everyone is hyping it up to be. First up is KMP Digitata’s Rich Clark, but we’d like his words to be a catalyst for your own comments – so be sure to have your say below!
Author: Imagine Admin
23rd July 2010
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Blog

PNG24 IS A MULTITALENTED FORMAT GIVING DESIGNERS THE OPTION TO ADD HIGH QUALITY TRANSPARENCY TO AN IMAGE. HERE WE SHOW YOU HOW TO PUT THE FORMAT TO GOOD USE
Author: Steve Jenkins
23rd July 2010