By John Imbong on July 28, 2009
Since the recommendation of CSS2 back in 1998, the use of tables has slowly faded into the background and into the history books. Because of this, CSS layouts have since then been synonymous with coding elegance.
By (author unknown) on March 21, 2009
Facebook’s latest redesign which has been clearly inspired Twitter’s real-time stream
of status updates has had a ton of detractors from all corners. One of the biggest
places where the outcry has centralized is the Facebook
Layout vote application which currently has had over a million votes from Face
book users with over 94% against the new changes and almost 600,000 comments, most
of which seem to be negative if the hundred or so I read were a representative sample.
By Dmitry on September 24, 2008
One of the most important tools in a designer’s toolbox is whitespace. Whitespace is just that — it’s space between various content pieces, like paragraphs, headings, buttons and so on. This space can be tweaked to achieve different effects — such as to separate elements apart from each other by increasing the amount of space or group related things together by tightening it.