Posts By: Irina Petculescu
Prowebdesign has recently launched a new http://www.cucopiiipemunte.com about mountain trekking and other mountain activities for children. This is the case of “profession meets hobby”:).
The blog describes trekking trails in different mountain massifs in Romanian Carpathian mountains. Unlike many blogs about family trekking, we do not write about birds singing, pretty flowers, spectacular cliffs, etc. Instead we focus on supplying objective information that will help parents evaluate a trail and plan the hike: altitude gain, length, exposed parts, inclination, mountain huts on the way, water sources on the way, ease of access to the base, GPS tracks downloads, etc.
Atomic CSS is a way of writing style sheets with one property per declaration, if we put it simply. If you have coded at least one large, scalable, responsive UI you probably already know how useful this approach is:). If the concept is new for you, here is a great article that explains what about: http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2013/10/challenging-css-best-practices-atomic-approach/ .
We have decided to share a small set of CSS helper classes that proved to be very useful in out work with large responsive UIs. Those classes are written for Twitter Bootstrap framework, style sheet uses the same break points. But helpers – or atoms – can be used with any framework, in any project. You can add your own atoms, breakpoints, change naming convention, etc.
Package includes SCSS file and expanded + minified resulting CSS files… read more »
This article is a first one we write for the clients. Until now our blog was only publishing educational materials for web designers & developers. But why discriminate? 🙂 So, you have a digital project in mind. You go to Google, dial “web designer” and get….roughly 226,000,000 results. That was helpful and not discouraging at all, wasn’t it! :). How… Read more »
There are plenty of similar lists on the Internet, but all of them have a major flaw: they pile up sites indiscriminately, without ranking them. Well, we will correct this. Here goes our list of resources for free stock photos and icons ranked by how useful they are to a web designer. The criteria are: Quantity… Read more »
Let’s say you have a long list of items in one of your WordPress sub-menu drop downs. It is often the case with Products or Services sections of the site. So, you probably want those sub-menu items to be split in 2 columns. But you want 2 columns only in certain sub-menus, and you don’t want to overly… Read more »
We are hiring: programmers, web designers. Location: anywhere. Job type: freelance / part-time / full-time. Datorita numarului mare de proiecte dorim sa marim echipa ProWebDesign. Daca aveti experienta in Web Development sau Web Design, ne face placere sa va alaturati echipei noastre (angajare sau colaborare). Web Developer (orice platforma/limbaj): Singura conditie e … sa stiti… Read more »
We are happy to announce that we’ve launched (finally 🙂 ) a cool in-house project we’ve been working on for the past 2 month. It is a math game for children of 5 – 10 years (pre-school and elementary school). The project started more in-house than many projects do. It has actually started in the family, springing from the need for some fun, yet thorough way to train our in-house first grader in elementary math.
In a short time since Simple Responsive Template was launched, quite a few web designers and site owners used it to build their sites. And we are very happy to see that!
Here are some of the sites built using Simple. Click thumbnails to open sites. If you built a website with Simple, drop us a line in comments to this post and we will feature you.