HTML has come a long way since its invention in the 1990s, but until recently has not supported video content. This is the reason that its newest incarnation, HTML5, is… Read more »
Well it’s Christmas Eve and we’ve come to the end of another Twelve Days of Twitmas. It’s been amazing response all the way through to our Christmas Crescendo times two…. Read more »
Wow, what a fun prize was on the cards today for Day 8 of Twitmas12! Well in my opinion anyway. It was the cutest little Cardboard Radio and MP3 Speaker…. Read more »
Something a little different for Day 4 of Twitmas12…some VIP, courtside tickets to see the Glasgow Rocks Basketball team play. I can tell you, I am not a big sports… Read more »
Australian web domain company KetMo.com has published a list of its top six web design clichés to avoid and it makes interesting reading… see what you think. 1. Flash pages… Read more »
The new version of Firefox has just been made available for download – and it includes Twitter search navigation. The latest version of the popular browser, which is made by… Read more »
So a while back I wrote a wee blog about QR Codes. Well, I thought I’d follow that one up a bit, as last week I attended the October New… Read more »
Adobe has acquired a raft of new web tools in a bid to make its services even more accessible to web designers.
Nearly half of all cloud computing providers expect that the small business sector will lead on the take-up of their services within the next year.
Adobe has unveiled its new web design programme. Muse allows graphic designers to create and publish websites without having to write code or work within restrictive templates. The programme uses… Read more »