Abstract backgrounds can prove to be quite useful in your own work for designing websites, wallpapers, posters, and other items. Today we have a set of 5 abstract backgrounds (3500 pixels by 2000 pixels) that can be downloaded and used in your own work.
You’ve probably seen this trick used before with social icons or a sidebar that sticks to the top of your screen as you scroll down the page.
The problem is that often they don’t stop scrolling and up either disappearing behind another element or overlapping something they shouldn’t, which looks cheap and unprofessional.
In this tutorial we’ll create a ‘sticky element’ that only scrolls until the maximum height of it’s parent element which will prevent that unsightly overflow.
Let’s start with a very basic html structure:
When it comes to art and design sometimes the best way to boost your own creativity is to browse inspirational works of art from others. In this article we’ll showcase 40 examples of amazing doodles. The hand-drawn style is one that can be used in a variety of different ways and on all kinds of different projects. You could incorporate doodled elements in a web design, business card, poster, t-shirt, or just about anything.
The items shown here come from various artists. Most of them are available for larger views at the source, which you can reach by clicking on any of the images or credit links. In some cases, the source will also showcase additional work by the artist.
Finding the right WordPress theme for your website or for a client’s website is not an easy task. Even with the huge selection that is available, if you have some specific things in mind for your site you may find that it’s very difficult to find a theme that would be a good match. In these situations, you may be better off to start with a theme framework or a minimal theme and customize it through the use of a child theme to meet your needs.
In this post we’ll highlight 40 minimal WordPress themes that are worth a look. The themes showcased here are not necessarily bare bones minimal, but rather they are minimalist in style which often makes it easier to use as a starting point.
Hardy – $49
Hardy is a responsive theme from ThemeTrust. It includes all the necessary functionality for portfolio websites, but it could also be used for a wide variety of other types of sites. It comes with features like column shortcodes, page templates, Google Web Fonts integration, slideshow shortcodes, custom widgets, button shortcodes, a theme options panel, and more.
Welcome to the second article in the new series that showcases inspirational photo manipulations, and here we are back with some amazing works or art that will amaze you once again, as promised. So without wasting any more time, let’s dig in, and see what we have here for this month.
Today we have a free download that will allow you to create your own custom avatars. The icon elements come in Adobe Illustrator format and you can mix and match various elements to create your own avatar.
Many of the most beautiful and awe-inspiring photographs are in black and white. Although color is an important part of photography and design, sometimes limiting the colors can result in powerful imagery. In this post we’ll showcase 25 different black and white photos for your inspiration and entertainment.
The photos showcased in this post come from a variety of different photographers. Each photo links to the source, so if you want to see more from a particular photographer please follow the links.
Photo credit: Tom Hussey
Many churches in need of a quality website at an affordable price are turning to WordPress. One of the main reasons for this is the number of themes that have been designed and created with the needs of churches in mind. Common features of church themes include things like support for sermon audio and/or video, and event calendar management, which are both important for almost every church website.
WordPress also makes it easy for church staff or volunteers to manage the content of the website, and with features like custom post types, customizable navigation menus, and widgets, WordPress is a practical option for most churches.
Of course, budget is always a factor with churches and other non-profit organizations. WordPress is free to use as a content management system, and some free church themes are also available. Most of the themes designed specifically for churches must be purchased, but with prices ranging from about $40 – $80, the cost is much lower than most other options for church websites.
In this post we’ll take a look at the best free and premium WordPress themes for churches, including some of our own free church themes.
Free WordPress Themes for Churches:
Zion is a feature-rich theme for churches that can be downloaded and used for free. It features an adaptive layout, so your visitors will experience a usable site on smartphone and tablets, in addition to desktops. Zion comes with 4 different color schemes. It also includes features like a customizable homepage slider, support for sermon audio and video, an upcoming events list, and a homepage template that can be customized using WordPress widgets. Zion also includes a staff page template.
Hi everyone. We know it’s always better to keep your attention focused on doing a good job than losing time looking out for resources. That’s why we bring you a handy list of tools and plug-ins to save you time and keep your work going. Enjoy.
Photoshop actions can be invaluable tools for designers and photographers. Quality actions will allow you to create photo effects in seconds with a simple click on the mouse. In the past we’ve featured a lot of different Photoshop actions and action sets, and the good news is that there are always other actions being released. In this post we’ll take a look at 35 actions that have been released recently. Hopefully you’ll find at least a few that will help you to create great effects with your own photos.