Color theory in web design

Few Quick Words about Color Theory “The best color in the world is the one that looks good on you.” Once said by Coco Chanel. Same is applicable for Web Design as well. Scientific studies have proven that different colors stimulates different feelings in ... Read more

by Nilesh Mahajan | 25th April 2017 | 0 Views # # #

HTML & CSS Styling Standards and Best Practices (Part II)

Reset with Normalize.css CSS resets help establish a baseline from which all the styles are set. A reset effectively overrides the browsers’ default styles for certain elements (which can vary greatly). Despite the popularity of CSS resets over the past sev... Read more

by Nilesh Mahajan | 10th March 2014 | 1462 Views # # #

HTML & CSS Styling Standards and Best Practices (Part I)

HTML and CSS covers major portion of frontend development. Writing valid, widely accepted & standard CSS and HTML code is always been a hectic for programmers, This article will help you to find better possible way to balance your code between perfection a... Read more

by Nilesh Mahajan | 10th March 2014 | 1508 Views # # #

Time-saving and powerful Photoshop plugins around

We're living in the year 2014 Adobe is pulping Fireworks and says that Photoshop is the right tool for webdesign. And not only this but also there are so many other applications for which we need Photoshop. So here I have a good collection of Photoshop plugins... Read more

by Nilesh Mahajan | 10th March 2014 | 1143 Views # #

Introduction to Photoshop’s Toolbox

Most of programmers try some design practices using Photoshop, and usually they don't know how to use it. So here is a short description about Photoshop toolbox to start with design. In this tutorial I'll cover Anatomy of the tool box and short descrip... Read more

by Nilesh Mahajan | 10th March 2014 | 1223 Views # #

Designing For The Multifaceted User

Designing with users in mind is a tricky thing. Not only does it require of us a sound understanding of who our users are, but the actual act of translating what we know about them into a well-designed product is not always an obvious or easy path. Currentl... Read more

by Nilesh Mahajan | 1st May 2013 | 1969 Views