CSS Infographic

Posted by Khushboo Nangalia | Posted in Designing, Web | Posted on 16-02-2013

Do you know much about Cascading Style Sheet (CSS)? You might know how to use CSS into your HTML and make your website look beautiful.  But what we’re sure you don’t know about CSS is the interesting facts and major historical milestones related to CSS functionality. The below info-graphic will be interesting for beginners in CSS. Have a look and let us know by your comment how much did you really know while working with Style Sheets in real time.

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Designing – Is it an ART!

Posted by Surbhi Nangalia | Posted in Designing, Web | Posted on 14-09-2011

Have you ever thought that why a Designer love to be called an Artist? No? I may explain why.

It is hence elementary to know where does ‘Designing’ hail from. Without any much ado, let’s dive into the evolution of the concept: Design is oriented from Art. It is but for only Art that designing is possible! The flair required in crafting an artwork could be scaled equally as in required for coming up with an attractive and a great design.

In simple words, when an Art got promoted from just being praised to something which can also be used, it started being called as Design.

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Deciding to Use Black or Rich Black

Posted by Chetan Bharadwaj | Posted in Designing | Posted on 26-06-2011

This article may be treated as guide to preparing files for Print: When printing with black, there are 2 (two) types of black you might like to use.

  • Black – 100K; this can be used for bar codes & body copy
  • Rich Black – 40C 40M 40Y 100K; used for blocks of black

Note: Rich black color code specifications in CMYK may differ from printer to printer, so it’s better asking your printer what they recommend.

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JPEG vs GIF– Harness tech understanding

Posted by Chetan Bharadwaj | Posted in Designing | Posted on 05-09-2009

JPEG vs GIFAre you often confused between .gif and .jpeg extensions when you are deciding a file format for your web images? Great! You are looking at the right place for a solution.

Fundamentally, both of these formats compress an image to make it web worthy. Any file with a .jpeg or.gif extension is recognized as an image file by a browser. Only when a site loads quickly into a browser we tend to declare it good in spite of the best functionalities operating otherwise. Agreed? Therefore, it is necessary that the file size of the web page remains small.

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Tools to Optimize your Graphics for Web

Posted by Anurag Ahuja | Posted in Designing | Posted on 03-09-2009

Amidst of all discussion happening to save non-renewable resources why isn’t anyone thinking of web space? Where do you classify the webspace? Do you think you can go on and on and on putting anything over the internet?

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