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Analyzing Your Website With the Screaming Frog SEO Spider


The right tools can make the SEO audit of a website so much easier. One such tool is the Screaming Frog SEO Spider.

Introduction to Webhook: Custom CMS and Website Builder


Webhook is a new site building platform which was successfully backed on Kickstarter in May 2014 and has just been released to the public. The concept behind Webhook is, if you'll excuse my enthusiasm, absolutely brilliant.

Tips for Best Practices in WordPress Development

In this series, we're going to cover the most important things you should consider when developing a WordPress Plugin or a WordPress Theme.  This guide aims to provide a set of good practices that will be helpful to beginners and also to experts developers that are starting to work with WordPress But wait!

How to Manipulate and Animate SVG With Snap.svg


In this tutorial we're going to introduce Snap.svg, a JavaScript library which assists in animating and manipulating SVG content.

What’s New in Adobe Muse CC 2014

In this video we're going to take a look at the newest features in the 2014 release of Adobe Muse CC.

The Web Designers’ Guide to Photo Selection


Photographic images grab our attention and trigger an almost instantaneous response when we encounter them. They are therefore an important part of any website we create.

How They Did it: SnoValuation, Built With Adobe Muse


How do professionals use Adobe Muse? I took ten minutes to ask Robert Tait, the man behind 910Zen's SnoValuation, about his Adobe Muse workflow.

Quick Tip: Building a Button Library With Macaw

Macaw offers some great tools for designing and maintaining collections of components. In this quick tip tutorial we're going to use Macaw’s Components Panel, along with its Global Styles features to build ourselves a versatile button library.

Recreating the Animated Circle Effect as Seen on Google Design


What You'll Be Creating Google's new design efforts are vast and justify a significant amount of conversation.

Photoshop CC 2014: What’s New for Web Designers?


Last month saw the launch of the all new Photoshop CC 2014, with lots of great new features, especially for web designers.

Filament: Website “Plugins” That Work Everywhere


If you've ever worked with a CMS such as WordPress, it's likely you're familiar with the way plugins work.

Tips to Help You Properly Mix Text With Imagery


The pattern of using text on top of background images has been popular for years. Originating well before web design, text on an image can provide a more emotionally engaging and contextually rich experience.

The Ultimate Adobe Muse Resource Collection


You may be new to Adobe Muse, but there's a busy and vibrant world of Muse content, articles, tutorials, inspiration, experts and tools already out there!

How to Create Your Own HTML Elements With Web Components


Web Components are currently and excitedly being talked about as an upcoming "tectonic shift for web development" with the promise of permanently reshaping the web design landscape. Big players are moving forward to bring web components into reality.

How to Check for Dependencies in Sass Libraries


So far, I have written seven Sass libraries. Most of them are just a superset of functions which can be included then used in your projects to give you more power over the code.

Designing a Simple Instagram Based Portfolio in Photoshop


What You'll Be Creating In this tutorial I'll guide you through the process of creating a simple and clean Instagram-based portfolio.

A Simple Responsive Grid, Made Even Better With Sass


In this tutorial we're going to build a simple, responsive grid system using CSS. Once we're familiar with how it works, we'll improve it with Sass, learning some core Sass features along the way.

Understanding How WordPress Images Work (For Better Responsive Design)


What You'll Be Creating One of the biggest challenges facing web developers today is properly handling images for responsive design.

Eight Hidden Gems in the WordPress Function Reference

WordPress is like a big ocean to me. It has a big set of great APIs, it has some awesome functionality and you can make almost any kind of websites you can imagine.  But in this grand ocean as a content management system, there are some tiny bits of code that are being overlooked.

6 Beginner “Safety First” Color Guidelines for the Web


I still vividly remember one of my earliest art classes when, as a small, eager child, I was presented with a range of bright colored paints.


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