How To Write CSS Intelligently

How To Write CSS Intelligently

I love CSS, it grows every day it seems. We web designers are always hungry to push CSS to it’s limits and when we hit a limit we hack arround it and push it that bit further. This tutorial explains how to write CSS in such as way that 3000 lines of presentation precision does not get confusing and you can find what you want instantly.

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Dream Weaver Tutorial - Part 1 HTML

Dream Weaver Tutorial – Part 1 HTML

Known officially as Adobe Dreamweaver* (with no space), this great program has been a favourite of mine for a while now (10 years). Let me share how I use it, as a web designer, and hopefully convince the nay sayers that it is a wonderful tool for creating clean standard code.

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Dream Weaver Tutorial - Part 2 CSS

Dream Weaver Tutorial – Part 2 CSS

Now we have the elements in place (Dream Weaver (officially Dreamweaver) Tutorial Part 1 HTML) we are ready to style them. You can see the completed design here: We Love Dream Weaver

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Voyeurism In Running Websites

Voyeurism In Running Websites

As you read this, I know where you are, what computer you are using to the size of your screen and how many colours are hitting your retina and the fact you came from Stumbleupon. I dare say I can find out what socks you are wearing.  How am I doing this? Read More…


3 Simple Ways To Make a Website Accessible

3 Simple Ways To Make a Website Accessible

My name is Carl and I am passionate about accessibility. Why? Because it is a way of giving back to the user while also Big G happy. Read More…


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Modern Web Typography: Adding and customising a font

In my last article I looked at some of the top font services and the advantages of each. In this article I’m going to dig a little deeper and show you how to add a @font-face font to your web page and apply some customisations using CSS.

Also, in May Laura covered how to setup your web page with a font from Google Web Fonts; in this article I won’t show you how to use a font service again but instead how to get a font that you’ve purchased and downloaded onto your website.

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Modern Web Typography: Looking at font services

Modern Web Typography: Looking at font services

Last Wednesday I gave a presentation at the Bangkok web and graphic designer meetup about typography on the web, I wanted to use my article this week to look more closely at the leading font services.

First lets backtrack to when there were only a few fonts available to use on the web, these were known as “web-safe” fonts, they were the system fonts that came free with Windows or your Mac; fonts such as Georgia, Arial, Times New Roman, Verdana and so on.

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Learning Web Design in Thailand

Have you been thinking of starting a new career in Web Design? Web Courses Bangkok is the best place to learn web design, graphic design and online marketing; all the skills you need to become an international freelance designer. Read on for how, why and how much. Read More…


Freelance Designing Grandmar and Little Red Riding Client

Freelance Designing Grandmar and Little Red Riding Client

In the story “Little Red Riding Hood”, the little girl notices many things about her Grandmar and asks her how those aspects help ‘Grandmar’ hear, see and finally eat her. However in our story we use Grandmar’s features to explain what skills you need as a freelance web designer. Read More…


Bangkok Skyline

Why Learning Web Design in Thailand is going to Be Awesome!

Learning web design is a lot about starting at a screen, but what if you could look out from the 18th floor of a central office building overlooking the sprawling craziness of the Big Mango aka Bangkok?
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