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Case Study: PixelMogul, A Simulation Game For iOS

Are you a web designer or developer who dreams about creating a mobile game and bringing it to the app store? We have good news: Your road to the app store might be shorter than you think! And if you can recall your experience with ActionScript and the Flash platform from days of old, then you’ll even have a shortcut. Building a native app with Flash might sound weird at first. In this article, we will shar ...

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Automatic Progress Indicator for Your Page Load

Advertise here via BSA Include Pace.js and the theme css of your choice, and you get a beautiful progress indicator for your page load and ajax navigation . No need to hook into any of your code, progress is detected automatically. You can choose the color, and the effects like Minimal, Flash, Barbar Shop, Mac OSX, Fill Left, Flat Top, Big Counter, Corner Indicator and Bounce. Requirements: - Demo: http://g ...

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How to Build a Plug-In Free Interactive Map

Advertise here via BSA Interactive maps aren’t particularly new; they’ve been around for years. What’s different about our map is that it will be plugin-free. No Flash, no Silverlight, no Java. Even a plugin-free interactive map isn’t totally novel; a few out there rely on HTML and JavaScript. But quite honestly, plugin-free maps usually aren’t very exciting, mostly because they rely on older technologies. ...

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20 Single-Page, Responsive & Parallax Templates (Deal By MightyDeals)

Single page websites became so much popular with the simplicity they offer for browsing content. And, the same popularity is valid for the parallax effect. MightyDeals is running a deal that brings these 2 web trends and offering  20 one-page and parallaxed templates (by Flashmint) for a much discounted price. The items in the bundle are all responsive and can be customized completely (they include the PSD ...

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Employing AIDA Principles in Web Design

In this article we’ll discuss how we can use design to implement the principles laid out by AIDA (the marketing acronym , not the Italian opera ) and help create sales-orientated web pages. AIDA stands for Attention , Interest , Desire and Action ; the four steps belonging to the process of selling according to E. St. Elmo Lewis , the man behind this school of thought. AIDA can be applied to different ...

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What’s New in Fireworks CS6?

As you’ll probably know, I just love Adobe Fireworks; it’s my favorite tool for creating images in a multi-screen environment. Thanks to the release of Fireworks CS6 my love affair has blossomed even further, so over the next few days we’re going to look at some of the reasons why. Color One new feature in Fireworks CS6 is the color picker. It single handedly eliminates the risk of selecti ...

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Quick Tip: Create a Rating System With CSS, Web fonts and Sprites

In this Quick Tip video tutorial I’ll show you how to create a rating system using CSS, web fonts and sprites. Watch Screencast Alternatively, Download the video, or subscribe to Webdesigntuts+ screencasts via iTunes , YouTube or blip.tv ! Additional Resources WebSymbols Font Orman Clark’s Rating Stars CSS-Tricks on using sprites ...

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Quick Tip: A Handy Grid Overlay Toolbar

Today I’m going to walk you through using a handy tool to help you when building grid-based web pages. It’s a toolbar which I’ve built, and it comprises two links which lay different kinds of grids over your design whilst in the browser. Try it out! Watch Screencast Alternatively, Download the video, or subscribe to Webdesigntuts+ screencasts via iTunes , YouTube or blip.tv ! ...

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