Flash Catalyst looks good. Not enough enthusiasm for you? Try absolutely fantastic! Skinning Flash and Flex apps have gotten easier over the years, they still haven’t reached the point where it actually feels right.
With the newly introduced Flash Catalyst, these design headaches look like they’ll soon be a thing of the past.
Congratulations! You’ve made it through stage one of the holiday season, but are you losing the will to create to a hectic schedule and long lines everywhere? If so, you’re probably suffering from a holiday hangover.
Don’t worry, it’s treatable and we’re here to help. Grab a cup of cocoa, get comfortable, and take a look through this batch of holiday hangover cures to get some of that lost motivation surging again.
Today we’ll be focusing on the offices, digs, and productivity pads of fellow web workers from around the world.
Having trouble finding a good color scheme? Color scheme inspirations will aim to fix that! Each post, we’ll pick out a topic and build color schemes out of it to inspire. This round of inspiration is from the architectural sector, with bridges around the world.
Photos are all found on Flickr, and color schemes are all available to download on COLOURlovers.
As some of you may or may not be aware of the holiday season is upon us. It’s been coming for a while now, but the deadline is now only days away. If you’re still struggling on those last minute gift ideas for a web developer or designer you know, here’s a quick wish list that may help you out. You may even consider getting yourself one of these. We won’t tell!
Photo by pagedooley via Flickr.
Have you ever sent out a crystal clear email only to receive a client response that leaves you baffled? When there simply is no way to put it simpler, what do you do? Is the client ignoring it on purpose? Or simply does not understand the point you are trying to communicate?
Even the best web professionals are bound to encounter a client fitting this profile at some point. Here are some pointers to get the point across to clients who resist even the clearest of emails.
Photo by e453753 via flickr