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Newest Tutorials

Ruby on Rails » Ajax and RJS — over 8 years ago — reviewed, not listed
This tutorial will show you how to create a twitter message form that counts down the 140 characters and also allows you to input a message within the URL of the webpage as well. What’s cool about Ruby on Rails is instead of writing javascript to recalculate the message length, we’ll use Rails to automatically generate the correct javascript so that each time the field changes, the count is recalculated all through the controller object.
Illustrator » Logos and Icons — over 8 years ago
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This tutorial isn’t about about creating a specific icon, instead instructions on how to setup Illustrator so you can creating clean (pixel wise) icons in the least amount of effort possible. If you’ve never created an icon for the toolbar or tab bar for the iPhone, you must first know that icons are rendered off the alpha channel (or transparency) of the image.
JavaScript » Advanced Topics — over 9 years ago
This tutorial is the second part of a tutorial that will build a javascript carousel that imitates the Mac OS X dock. In part one, we build a mock up in Photoshop and exported the nessecary images. In this part, we’ll take those images and build it into a HTML & CSS. Then we’ll use javascript to make if interact.
Photoshop » Web Layouts — over 9 years ago
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This tutorial will take you through creating the initial mockup in Photoshop, and creating a usable carousel that imitates the Mac OS X Leapard dock. This tutorial we’ll acquiant you well with creating a slick button, and using the shape tools. We want to deal with shape layers instead of pixel because of the non-destructive nature of shapes. Non-desctructive shapes means you can edit and scale without distortion.
Photoshop » Designing — over 9 years ago
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In this Photoshop tutorial, we’ll dive into a pattern inspired by the artwork in the Stephen Colbert book “I Am America (And So Can You)” (the book has some very good illustrations). The tutorial will cover creating vector artwork from a photograph, taking the vector artwork and making a repeatable pattern and then creating a groovy wallpaper that utilizes the pattern. For the pattern, we’ll pit Barack Obama versus John McCain.
Photoshop » Photo Effects — over 9 years ago
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This Photoshop tutorial will guide you through creating an effect in the vein of the most recent Coldplay iTunes commercial. The Coldplay commercial uses colorful backdrops, with various textures, smoke and lighting effects. For this tutorial, we’ll take a photo of Barack Obama, mask it, create a silhouet and create the colorful background. This tutorial includes a download to the PSD file so you can see how the layers are set up.
HTML » Document Structure — over 9 years ago — reviewed, not listed
Text on the web is not just linear, its hypertext. It wants to quickly branch off like a textbook with chapters, pages, indexes and glossaries. The web is intended to be consumed in different ways by different people. The link and meta tags tell how a web page fits in the hierarchy of a website.
CSS » Basics — over 9 years ago
Find information on CSS you won't find anywhere else.
Photoshop » Drawing — over 9 years ago
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In this Photoshop tutorial, you’ll learn how to set up Photoshop so that it can use the tablets input, create an outline from a photo, color and shade all using the tablet. The tutorial includes a time lapse of the process I took to creating the final product.
JavaScript » Object Oriented Development — over 9 years ago
Last time, I provided a reasonably decent solution for creating a HTML friendly Javascript image gallery using mootools. After taking in some of its faults, and learning more about javascript, I’ve rewritten the whole code, and have came up with a new version.
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