One critical aspect of design is seeking feedback from external sources. Often times the most obvious design errors or flaws can be overlooked by the original designer. Let another skilled designer take a look at the work and well, as the saying goes, two heads are better than one.
Dribbble, which we recently reviewed, is one great outlet to seek design feedback. Concept Feedback is another contender in this niche market, which takes a different approach, potentially offering quality feedback you might not find via other sites.
We’ll take a look at Concept Feedback and offer our thoughts on what this service has to offer.
Although cloud-based apps are becoming increasingly powerful and feature rich, presentation and other document apps just don’t quite compare yet. Today we’ll take a look at SlideRocket and see what it brings to the online presentation market and how well it compares to presentation desktop counterparts.
One great aspect of Twitter over RSS is that you’re always up to date on what’s hot. Personally, my RSS feeds tend to get neglected because it’s so time consuming to read through everything when I only care about 25% of the information I find.
Fever° is a self-hosted RSS solution for better management of your RSS feeds, helping you get to the hot topics and filter through your feeds to get to the important stuff. We’ll walk through the installation process and some of the great features of this outstanding RSS reader.
To establish a unique identity in the online publishing universe, you need to have a great content & a great blog design as well. It is hard to keep people stick around your blog if you are running the WordPress Kubrick theme.
Hence, we at Web.AppStorm always insist on great content packaged in a fabulous wrapper. To help you select an fitting identity to your blog, we have rounded up thirty beautiful themes for two of the greatest blogging platforms – WordPress & Tumblr.
When I was a young boy I always wanted to grow up to become a professional website designer. A few decades later reality hit and made me realize that my dream would never come into fruition. But, I wasn’t depressed at all because I found Greasemonkey. With Greasemonkey I could become a web designer for any website, making tweaks with a few lines of code. I could customize any website I wanted, getting rid of the stuff I didn’t like, and adding new features to my favorite sites.
If you’re a creative and you haven’t yet heard of Dribbble, it’s a fun and unique app allowing designers, developers and other creatives to show parts of their current works with a little sports lingo mixed in. It’s also a fantastic resource for feedback and community. It’s currently invite only, so you’ll need to do a little searching to find yourself an invite.
Here’s are quick review of Dribbble, which we’ve heard many fantastic things about among the design community.
If you have your own blog, you probably already love WordPress – it’s the most popular blogging platform by far. It lets you host your own blog, allowing you to retain control over your content, and does just about everything you need from a blog. And if there’s something it doesn’t do, a host of plugins are available that let you add all the functionality you’re dreaming about.
WordPress plugins are hot. CodeCanyon – Envato’s marketplace for code monkeys – has recently started selling them, and WordPress fans are coming out of the woodwork to buy them up. So, since we know you’re hungry, here’s a list of the top 15 premium WordPress plugins from CodeCanyon and around the Web. If we haven’t included your favorite, please let us know about it in the comments.
We all love saving money and online shopping has revolutionized the way we do so. Back in the pre-internet age, if you wanted to save a few bucks, you either had to drive to the edge of town to compare prices or spend an entire Sunday afternoon cutting those darn coupons.
Thanks to the internet revolution, saving money shopping online has never been easier. With more retailers setting up shop on the web, all it takes is a click of a button to compare prices and find the best deals. If you know what you’re doing, there are ways to save even more money. Here are some online tools guaranteed to save you some of that hard earned cash. Shop away!
TweetDeck is a fantastic app, don’t get me wrong. However, HootSuite offers the candy that’s more satisfying to my taste buds. My Twitter apps are what I call “always-on” because they’re one of the few apps I leave running and visible at all times. So, switching apps isn’t something I take lightly.