Your logo and/or brand is important. You know that of course but sometimes it’s good to remember just how important they are. Logos need to be memorable and, at the same time, reflect what you are about. If you are a graphic designer, receiving logo-making instructions from a client can sometimes wander into the realm of the confusing. After all, your client has some idea what they want, but they aren’t a designer. How many times have you heard ‘Well, we want it to be colorful, and we want it to pop. Can it also be warm?” To keep things short, you need all of the help you can get. Here are a batch of innovative logos and tutorials that will help you keep your clients, and yourself, happy. Now get on your copy of Adobe Illustrator and get cracking.
What is this Liferay you’ve no doubt been hearing about from colleagues/friends/acquaintances/even a few enemies? Yet another confusing Internet platform to make life and business more difficult? Don’t worry. It’s not that bad. Webrulon is here to give you the lowdown on Liferay and what it can do for you and your business. And we’ll do it in baby steps.
Lightbox, and all of it’s various clones, can work magic on your jQuery web design. But where do you even start? There is so much out there and, frankly, most of it is crap. Well, don’t fret. Webrulon has done the searching for you. We’ve scoured, scrubbed and rinsed(?) the Internet to find ten of the most promising Lightbox plugins and Lightbox clone plugins available for jQuery. Without further adieu, here they are:
25 Powerful and Useful jQuery Tutorials for Web Developers and Designers
jQuery is all over the place these days. It’s rapidly catching up to CSS as the web template of choice for up and coming designers. It’s easy to see why. It’s constantly changing. Evolving. The only problem with this is, however, you have to constantly change and evolve as well. One simple must keep track of all of the new plugins, tutorials and addons that come down the pike. It can be quite an undertaking. Don’t worry, though. Webrulon is here to help. Here is a list of 25 recent tutorials that will get you up to speed and have you jQuery-ing in no time.
Everyone knows that comment boxes are a sure fire to increase the traffic to your blog. People tend to develop a personal connection when they have a say on what goes on in a blog. Not to mention they get to communicate with other like-minded(and often not) individuals. But how do you turn readers into commentators? It’s easier than you think, sometimes. Below is Webrulon’s handy, dandy guide to increasing the amount of comments on your blog.
The trusty login form. A necessary evil, right? Wrong. They need not be evil at all. There are ways to make the extra step your user base goes through to get to your content an enjoyable and aesthetically pleasing experience. The following list showcases creative and functional login form design. Some might surprise you and get you rethinking what that little box is for all over again:
CSS/XHTML have come a long way since the days of the golden oldies. They are faster, more featured and more convenient to use. They even, from time to time, come with the PSD-source file nowadays. This makes the urls look good in every browser imaginable. These are easy to use and can have your websites looking professional and glossy in no time. Take the time to explore and experiment. Here are 50 toys for you to start experimenting with: