This is an update to the Photoshop action that I created in May 2010 to speed up my Photoshop to Web/Mobile workflow. It allows you to select any combination of layers (which may contain layer styles, vector shapes, text layers … Continue reading →
This post looks at a way to add a subtle noise effect to HTML elements using CSS. Using this technique is of interest because it doesn’t require use of an image editor, weighs in at just a little over 2K … Continue reading →
Here I have another go at tinkering around with background images that fade on hover. This time I’ve used a patterned background and placed vignette-style .pngs over the top which are animated using transition.
When Firefox 4 is released this October, February? browsers that support the CSS3 transition property will make up approximately 30% of the market (providing current Firefox users upgrade). With this in mind, it now becomes viable to consider CSS as … Continue reading →
If you are using PNGs on your site straight from Photoshop, then this post may be of interest to you. The PNG image format offers some unique abilities for web designers, but there are pitfalls concerning compression, colour accuracy and … Continue reading →