Into the (open) source


The 7 inviolable laws of the user interface

web building

Today's article is the complete translation of the original article by Peter Vukovic appeared Blog 99designs.

Be un web designer? Se sì, then you also projects user interfaces, a specialization that will continue to grow in importance over time. While today's web pages have simple interfaces, which usually does not include more than one menu navigation and a contact form, the development of new technologies and standards in the near future will demand more and more dynamic content and experiences custom navigation.


CSS: property “z-index”


Today we see an important property of CSS, also inherited from the last version, i CSS3. I'm talking about (as you will be guessed from the title) property "z-index".

The properties "height" and "width" impostarenno height and width, while "z-index" we need to move items into the third dimension of depth (the asse "The"). The third dimension is perpendicular to the screen and it will be easier to understand for those familiar with plans for the use of levels.

Imagine the screen as a table on which lay some playing cards, in this way:


30 days to learn HTML5 and CSS3


Today I report an important series of tutorials (lasting a mese) that promises to teach web design to those who design is fasting in just thirty days. The course starts from zero, and it is also addressed to those who do not know anything about web design. And by no mean zero.

The lessons are structured so as not to be too heavy, the first try not to "put too many irons in the fire" and run out in about ten minutes at the most, as a result are then introduced i shadow tag in the order of use. Particular attention has been devoted to compliance with the standards, all'accessibility and in how they interact HTML and CSS.