Showing posts from November, 2015

15 best free responsive jQuery image sliders

Image sliders are the best way to highlight your prior content on homepage/landing page. In the vast web world you may find a large number of Image sliders , and maybe you don’t have sufficient time and patient for checking all of them out. So here I tried to scale down the num ber to 15 and presenting 15 of the best free, responsive and latest tech enriched content sliders. See their demo and download them, then use them on your project. Read on: 1. FlexSlider   An awesome, fully responsive jQuery slider toolkit.      Simple, semantic markup     Supported in all major browsers     Horizontal/vertical slide and fade animations     Multiple slider support, Callback API, and more     Hardware accelerated touch swipe support     Custom navigation options     Compatible with the latest version of jQuery Demo Download 2. unslider unslider is a responsive and cross-browser jQuery plugin for creating clean and flexible content sliders on your web sit

How to create Vertical text/link navigation menu

The navigation menu styles we mostly see around on web are sidebar menu , vertical menu , fixed to header menu etc. It’s very rare to spot a site with vertical text/link style menu, right? So here it is I developed this vertical text/link style menu which offers; links are hanging from top side of site, and links will be shown vertically. This menu made with CSS3 transform formula to make links appear vertically and added opacity effect and cheerful flat color to each link enhanced with Google web font. Let’s see how it looks like and to create this menu. Read on- How to create Vertical text/link navigation menu How to: Step 1: First create a navigation class; and all positioning codes- .nav {     position: relative;         float:right;         top: -3px; } Step 2: Here we design the nav’s li elements; with CSS3 transform: rotate(-90deg); width; text positioning and <li> positioning. .nav ul li {     -webkit-transform: rotate(-90deg);   -moz-transf

Overlay style navigation menu for Blogger

In my past posts I published two different position style navigation menus, Fixed to header and static position menus , here I am publishing a new style of menu it’s calls Overlay style; full navigation will appear top-left side of your blog interface with bar/burger style trigger and hover on the trigger will show full navigation menu on a full screen overlay page. It also responsive so also works seamlessly on mobile devices; it has an extra close button in case automatic overlay closing function unable to work. Made with CSS, CSS3, HTML, Google font let’s see how it looks like and how to add it to your blogger blog. Overlay style navigation menu for Blogger Live Demo: (Click here) Codes for Copy: <div class="menu-outer">     <div class="menu-icon">         <div class="bar"></div>         <div class="bar"></div>         <div class="bar"></div>     </div>    

UX/UI design tips for a captivating mobile app : Your 10 point bible

Being a mobile app development company we know that user experience can make or break a mobile app (depending on wether it’s awesome or horrendous). Mastering it right hinges on a good User Interface and right communication with the user. For an independent developer whose sole product is a mobile app, it’s challenging indeed. And for someone who is employed as a UX/UI designer, it is even less of a joyride as the added pressure of client’s monetary investment is involved. Further ordeals occur when the developer is dealing with payment apps where additional care has to be taken as one is tasked with designing for an acute interaction. Acute because they are dealing directly with the end user’s money. UI designing in this space requires utmost thoughtfulness because it requires a great level of attention to detail and consistency across technology touch points : from users’ as well as developer’s ends. Sharp, efficient and secure are the watchwords for creating an awesome mobil