First of all, don’t panic. Despite the fancy new design, this is still the angry, sweary Snipe.Net that you’ve come to know and love and occasionally stumble across in a Google search for “muppet bukkake”.
As much as you may hate the phrase “Web 2.0”, you have to admit, websites and web applications look a helluva lot better now than they did just a few years ago. But what if you’re a better programmer than you are a designer?
Photoshop tutorials are a dime a dozen, and simply googling for “photoshop tutorials” will net you over ten million results, and the majority of them aren’t worth the pixels they’re printed on. Some, on the other hand, are simply jaw-dropping. This post is not geared towards the professional graphic designers
With all the fancy analytics packages available, most web developers have a pretty good handle on their traffic: where it comes from, how long they stay, what browser they’re using, and which page on the site was the one that failed to hold their attention to the point where they
If you’ve been designing sites for a while, you probably started off designing using tables for layouts. Using tables for page layout has gone against W3C standards for several years now, but it wasn’t until the last few years that browser-support for CSS had really come far enough to give
With the Bakamatsu Koshashin Generator, you can turn any photograph from new to old in seconds. This vintage-style effect is quite convincing – check out our example below, and there are more samples on the website. While its certainly possible to do this on your own in Photoshop, this online