Start your career with new HTML5

HTML-5-Tutorial is geared to those who want to edit and write HTML code by hand. Knowing how the nuts and bolts of a webpage fit and work together gives you the means to utilize HTML5‘s full potential. Debugging and tweaking the code is easier and it greatly facilitates search engine optimization (SEO).

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Our First Look at Photoshop CS6 – Now Available in Beta

Today, Adobe announced some big news. Photoshop CS6 is now available for download in Beta. For the last several months, we have been speculating about what features we can expect to see in Photoshop CS6.

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Advertising Types that Every Graphic Designer Should Know About

Today’s advertising is used in very extended field of efficacy. This includes all the ingredients used to build a brand name, or to sell a product. Usually graphic designers and marketing students understand the media or the type of communications that can be used in advertising purposes.

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7 new techniques every web developer should know

Web developers always have to update their knowledges and learn new technologies if they want to stay tuned with today’s coding. Today, I’m going to show you 7 recent web development techniques that you should definitely learn, or improve if you already know them.

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5 Online Tools Every Web Designer Should Know About

Every web designer has their own set of tools that they use with every site. This core set of tools maximizes efficiency and reduces the time spent performing mundane tasks.

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Preparing and Talking About Your Graphic Design Portfolio

As a graphic designer a portfolio is essential. While it’s great to have an online one, it’s also a good idea to have a physical one too to take along to meetings and interviews.

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Introducing the New Crop Tool in Photoshop CS6

A good crop can make a big difference in how well a photograph looks. In Photoshop CS6, Adobe has made some significant changes to how the Crop Tool works.

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Create a One-Page Retro Web Design Layout in Photoshop

In this tutorial we will explain how to create a one-page retro web design using Adobe Photoshop. While most of the design is created in Photoshop, we will also use Illustrator to create various shapes and elements. Let’s get started!

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