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The one ECMAScript it's still okay to like, JavaScript has in recent years shrugged off its 'under-powered', 'bloated' and 'incomplete' labels and grown into the universal go-to solution for front-end scripting. Go to your drawer and pull...
We're all familiar with the parable of the ugly duckling; spurned by its peers for being too ugly, it is miserable throughout the winter, only to discover in the following spring that it is in fact a swan. The moral of the story being that it's what's...
/ / Oct 4, 2012
Facebook is a stupid name for a social media site. Facebook: a book of faces; a directory of the cool kids; an elitist tome to which most of us, with our thick-rimmed glasses, obscure music taste and high school hangups will never be invited. Facebook...
Yesterday, Adobe used the keynote slot of their 'Create the Web' event in San Francisco to preview what they hope, will be the next generation of tools that you and I use to build the web. For those of us not lucky enough to be in the hall with them,...
The 2012 Olympic Games are soon to start, and there are a growing number of bloggers and websites, especially those from the social media sphere, raising awareness to the controversial role branding is playing in London 2012. The London...
On behalf of our team at WDD and at MightyDeals.com (our sister site), we'd like to wish to all our American friends a very happy Independence Day! As you know, at MightyDeals we offer great products and services at stunning discounts (often...
The June edition of what's new for web designers and developers includes new web apps, jQuery plugins, grid tools, icons, analytics tools, frameworks, productivity and business tools, responsive design resources, and some really great...
If you follow Photoshop development news, you may have noticed that over the past few weeks they've been releasing sneak peek videos on their YouTube account for Photoshop CS6. The newest version of Photoshop, slated for release later this...
Two bills currently making their way through the United States Congress—SOPA and PIPA—threaten freedom of expression and security online, not to mention the American economy (and economies of countries directly tied to the U.S.)....
For over three years, you have relied on Webdesigner Depot for quality articles, editorials, inspirational posts and an array of other cool stuff. Now, we're adding a new layer to WDD by launching our own newsletter and you're the first to know...
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It used to be that if you wanted to create an animated, interactive interface for a website, you needed to use Flash. You might be able to get away with some basic animations using JavaScript, but if you made it too complicated, all you'd end up...
Adobe products have been the standard in web and print design for a number of years, particularly after they bought out Macromedia (and took over Dreamweaver and Fireworks). But Adobe products are also very, very expensive. So expensive that...
Since November last year, we've been running some truly amazing deals for designers at MightyDeals.com As you've probably seen by now, the deals are really awesome and the discounts (sometimes up to 85%!) are simply out of this world! What's...