25 Examples of Navigation Menus in Web Design There are some factors that you have to keep in mind and can never ignore while designing a website. Navigation menu is one such part of the subject related to web designing. Designers put a lot of effort to make a website beautiful and attractive to the viewers. Newer and better techniques are introduced in order to make websites more alluring and effective for the users. The section of navigation in a website is not out of this effort. While designing a page, designers must consider the navigation menu part with much care, because this is the source to visit other pages or to follow other links in a website.
Babel, the cat who would be King - Interactive book for children Karim Maaloul was born in the southern suburbs of Tunis. He spent his childhood surrounded by sheep blocking the streets, and goat thieving flowers from gardens. Local wildlife quickly became an inexhaustible source of inspiration. Later, he studied illustration and comics in Brussels. After two publications: Elephant's Memory (published by Les éditions du Pépin) and The story of the day and night (published by Lo Pais d'enfance), he turned to the enigmatic world of computers and the Internet. In 2009, he became one of the co-founders of Epic, a Belgian creative agency specializing in the creation of digital content and where he is now in charge of design and flash development.
Riot Industries For a long time, when I first started working on the web, I advocated constant engagement with users, but never did it myself. My portfolio updates were erratic at best, rare at worst. Maybe it was my relative discomfort with the idea of publishing my work like a stream-of-consciousness when I wanted everything to look as polished as I'd have it when showing to a client - or maybe I just got busy. Probably both are true. Happily, I've become much more comfortable contributing publicly in places like Dribble and GitHub, and obviously on Twitter. Riot Industries should serve as my creative stream-of-consciousness - I'll be pushing code, design, and articles here as they come to me.
Show me your cart: Shopping Cart Design Examples and PSD's Despite of prolonged economic crisis, the increase of online store appearance is hard to miss. To a greater extent its quick approachability makes them attractive and popular. But what makes any ecommerce website successful? Of course, first thing that comes to mind its range, but in the days of severe competition wide assortment is not a fundamental factor. What really makes a customer to stay on your resource and to shop is high confidence in your market. Parallax Scrolling Tutorial .net Magazine In the April 2013 issue of .net magazine I chatted to indie game developers about how easy it now is for web professionals to create an iOS and Android game. I also spoke to the leading mobile SDKs Corona, GameSalad, and Gideros. In a feature I wrote for the November 2012 issue of .net magazine I argue that a healthy curiosity in human nature helps us create delightful sites and apps. Offscreen
Profile Menu Profile Menu Hector ArdilaJul 6th 2011Tags: menu, profile Hi, I did this a menu recently for a community project, and wanted to share it, style is a bit retro, are closed and open states, I hope you enjoy it. magneticNorth - a digital design company, based in the UK Today, after weeks of prep we are finally able to introduce our latest project Plot to the world. Plot, meet the world. World, meet Plot. The pilot project explores the idea of ‘on-demand gardens’ - private garden spaces that can be booked by the hour within city centres.
jInvertScroll - A lightweight jQuery horizontal Parallax scrolling plugin jInvertScroll - A lightweight jQuery horizontal Parallax Plugin What is it? It's a lightweight plugin for jQuery that allows you to move in horizontal with a parallax effect while scrolling down. It's extremely easy to setup and requires nearly no configuration. Kyle Schaeffer - Web Design and SharePoint Branding One of the most confusing aspects of CSS styling is the application of the font-size attribute for text scaling. In CSS, you’re given four different units by which you can measure the size of text as it’s displayed in the web browser. Which of these four units is best suited for the web? It’s a question that’s spawned a diverse variety of debate and criticism. Finding a definitive answer can be difficult, most likely because the question, itself, is so difficult to answer. Meet the Units