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Review of PSD2HTML

By Andrew Faulkner on June 3rd, 2008.

Disclosure: This is a paid review. Saying that, all our reviews are honest. It wouldn?t be fair otherwise.
What is it?
PSD to HTML by psd2html.com code W3C valid XHTML and CSS based websites based on designs that clients submit to them. Aimed mainly at designers, PSD2HTML professionally code any …

Review of W3<MARKUP/>

By Andrew Faulkner on May 6th, 2008.

Disclosure: This is a paid review. Saying that, all our reviews are honest. It wouldn’t be fair otherwise.
What is it?
W3<MARKUP/> (order here) offers a service to designers (or developers without enough time to complete a project I guess) where the designer submits a design (in ‘unflattened’ form …

Review of Max Web Design Blog

By Andrew Faulkner on April 15th, 2008.

Disclosure: This is a paid review. Saying that, all our reviews are honest. It wouldn’t be fair otherwise.

Website Thumbnail

What is it?
Max …

Review of XHTML/CSS

By Andrew Faulkner on July 24th, 2007.

Disclosure: This is a paid review. Saying that, all our reviews are honest. It wouldn’t be fair otherwise.
What is it?
XHTML/CSS offer a service involving the coding of a submitted design. Essentially, Joe Bloggs would submit a psd/jpg/ai file to XHTML/CSS and they would code the design into XHTML …

Review of Aftervote (formerly younanimously)

By Andrew Faulkner on April 12th, 2007.

Disclosure: This is a paid review. Saying that, all our reviews are honest. It wouldn’t be fair otherwise.

 

Aftervote_Home

What is it?
It may be easier to start with telling you what aftervote isn’t. It isn’t an average search engine. Aftervote is a social …

Designing brand identity: book review

By Johan on March 18th, 2007.

Designing brand identity written by branding expert Alina Wheeler is already up to a second edition (2006). The book is updated with new practices and case studies. The book’s subtitle immediately clarifies any misconceptions about the main title - A complete guide to creating, building and maintaining strong brands. …

Review of WAPT

By Andrew Faulkner on March 14th, 2007.

Disclosure: This is a paid review. Saying that, all our reviews are honest. It wouldn’t be fair otherwise.
What it is and who it is for
Web Application developers often dream of creating a globally popular app. Web designers are often willing their traffic to shoot sky high. But what happens if …

Review of ‘Dynamic Converter’

By Andrew Faulkner on March 1st, 2007.

Disclosure: This is a paid review. Saying that, all our reviews are honest. It wouldn’t be fair otherwise.

Dynamic Converter is a conversion service for displaying dual currencies on a particular website. Quite simply, it aims to take the hassle out of multi-currency e-commerce websites.
Who is it for?
In essence, this …

Review of ‘Build Your Own Ruby on Rails Web Applications’

By Andrew Faulkner on February 28th, 2007.

Disclosure: This is a paid review. Saying that, all our reviews are honest. It wouldn’t be fair otherwise.
Introduction - What is it?
The book Build Your Own Ruby on Rails Web Applications (Patrick Lenz) aims to take the beginner Ruby on Rails developer on a practical journey through the Ruby …

INDISTR - The Review

By Ezekiel Bruni on February 18th, 2007.

INDISTR is yet another testament to how the web has changed our whole way of living. Remember the days when you had to sell your soul, along with your music? Those days aren’t entirely over, but perhaps they are on their way out. INDISTR is a site that apparently …

Pixel art: a forgotten art or not so …

By Johan on January 25th, 2007.

I present you the book Character design for mobile devices written by NFGMan, and published by Rotovision. This is a great and unique resource about game character design.

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the bookcover of character design for mobile devices

Book Info

Character design for mobile devices

Written by NFGMan, published by …

WordPress Complete

By Johan on January 24th, 2007.

As the title of the book might reveal — this Word Press handbook authored by Hasin Hayder tries to go beyond the scope of using WordPress as merely a blogging tool. More about that later on.

book cover  of WordPress Complete

Book Info

WordPress Complete


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