It’s always interesting to see how designers approach a new website design and which techniques they implement to achieve that perfect design. Below we have compiled a roundup of some of the best website design tutorials available to help inspire both beginner and experienced designers.
It’s tutorial time, we will be looking at creating a nice little sports graphic (finished image below) although the methods used can be applied to many other settings and scenes. We will be using Photoshop to create the image (sorry Fireworks fans) so without further ado, here we go…
As a developer, the most frustrating part of my job, and I’m sure I’m not alone here, is fixing a new website for Internet Explorer 6.
IE6 is old; that’s about the size of it. In its hey-day between 2002 and 2003, it peaked at a market share of around 80% of all browsers on the Web. Since then, its usage has steadily declined in light of the gains by modern browsers like Firefox and Opera as well as those users upgrading to the newly released Internet Explorer 7 in 2006. Last month, depending upon whom you ask, IE6 had a market share of about 15.4% of all browsers on the Web.
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