Posts Tagged ‘Development’

Web Design & Development Tips & Tutorials

Sunday, November 27th, 2011

[Re]Encoded is a resource both for active web designers/developers and for people who simply enjoy good design and want to learn more, see more and do more than they already do. We thrive on suggestions and feedback from readers so feel free to leave us a message and let us know what you found helpful or what other helpful things you’ve found for us to publish.

Link: [re]encoded

Where Programmer Meets Designer

Sunday, November 20th, 2011

This is a site for programmers, web developers, designers, entrepreneurs and writers to find each other and work together to create websites that look and function great.

Link: ProgrammerMeetDesigner

Six Revisions: Useful Information For Web Designers & Developers

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011

Six Revisions is a website that publishes practical and useful articles for designers and web developers. We seek to present exceptional, noteworthy tips, tutorials, and resources that the modern web professional will appreciate.

Six Revisions was launched in February 2008 by professional web developer/designer Jacob Gube (who now functions as the Chief Editor of the site). Articles are written by talented professionals from around the globe, and a high emphasis on quality, comprehensiveness, and usefulness goes into each of the articles published.

Link: Six Revisions

Power Up Your Skill Set With Tuts+

Friday, October 28th, 2011

If you want to be the best, you have to learn from the best. At Tuts+ we believe in getting the best to share their skills and techniques. Whether it’s industry professionals and experts or skilled amateurs who have a trick to blow you away, anyone who’s good enough can write for a Tuts+ site.

We offer sites on a range of creative niches including Photoshop and Graphics, Vectors and Illustration, Web Development and Design, Motion Graphics, Flash and ActionScript, Computer Graphics, Photography and Audio Production. Select a site from the Our Sites navigation above.

We accept tutorials from both readers and commissioned writers and pay some of the best rates on the web. Learn more about writing for a Tuts+ site.

Link: Tuts+