Editor’s note: This post was written by Scott Huntington, a graphic designer and blogger from Pennsylvania. Follow him on Twitter: @SMHuntington. Not every product on the market can be glamorous, sexy and frequently shared on Pinterest. However, these products are still very necessary and important to millions of people. These industries exist to help companies or every […]
In the past we have put together galleries for iOS app interfaces which have been very popular. However Android app developers are often overlooked for their Apple counterpart. But I have noticed an increasing volume of apps within the Google Play library which target tablets and smartphones. For as many apps being created there is […]
I’m sure most web developers have worked with newsletters and other HTML email templates in the past. These are very common and useful for strategic marketing. But how do you go about designing a solid form field used for capturing new e-mail addresses? I want to offer this collection of 35 website and mobile interfaces […]
Many designers claim they are experts with building user experience. And often times this is correct, but there is a scientific approach you can have towards building digital interfaces. What works best for displaying navigation links, image content, video media, etc? I can think of at least one article related to this topic and building […]
Internet marketing has been incorporated with blogging for years now. Ever since Tumblr officially launched in early 2007 the website has seen a dramatic increase in traffic and pageviews. There are currently over 70 million blogs and counting which have sprung up from Tumblr’s outstanding dedication to quality service. And for all these bloggers out […]
The newest Adobe Creative Suite has brought on tons of attention for newly interested graphics designers. The field of web design specifically has grown in massive popularity over the past few years. And now we can find hundreds of similar tutorials online discussing many of these new ideas. I’ve put together this collection of 30 […]
Pligg CMS has gathered a lot of attention in recent years. It runs on a PHP/MySQL backend with support for custom templates and modules. But it is still so hard to find an updated Pligg gallery with working links!
I have personally worked on a few projects and would highly recommend checking out the demo to see if you’d want to try it out. For Internet marketers Pligg works similar to Digg, but most webmasters will focus on a specific niche. If you can build a few accounts and connect within the community these websites are perfect for building backlinks and a bit of traffic, too. Check out the gallery below and let us know your thoughts in the post comments.