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Online Photo Shops

Posted on: 9/17/2010 2:59:05 PM under Web Design » Resources 
 

Maybe Photoshop won’t fit on your netbook for those “on the fly” image touch-ups, or maybe you want to offer your do-it-yourself client a couple of options so they don’t have to invest in high-end software.

Here are a number of options for you to check out. Some are solid, useful tools for photo sizing and touchups, while others are more like online “plugins” to give you certain special effects. All are worth looking at though!

Photoshop – Online Version

http://www.photoshop.com/

 

Picnik

http://www.picnik.com/

 

Aviary Image Editor

http://www.aviary.com/tools/image-editor

 

Pixlr

http://www.pixlr.com/

 

Poladroid

http://www.poladroid.net/

 

Write On It

http://www.writeonit.org/

Happy Photo Shopping!

The DMXReady Team

 
 

Jazz Up Your Apps - Or Let DMXReady Do It For You!

Posted on: 9/10/2010 9:00:03 AM under Web Design » Resources 
 
Pro Services Packs help you save time AND save money!Sometimes our own websites become the cobbler’s children’s shoes – a little run down because we’re looking after everyone else’s feet! But if it’s really time to spruce up the old website and you just can’t get round to it yourself, DMXReady is here to help.

We offer a whole range of tune-up services from design overhauls and application tweaks to database conversion and adding new applications to your website to extend functionality. We’re like a concierge service for your website! (We can even help you with your clients’ websites too – just contact us to find out how to subcontract your current jobs…)

Plus, for a limited time, you can save money with DMXReady Pro Service Packs. What a great way to get your website up and running faster!

Find out more at:

Sincerely,
The Team @ DMXReady

Testimonial:

"DMXReady pro services... are second to none. They deliver what they promise and more." - David W. - RE/MAX

 
 

Are We Using Enough HTML in Our Classic ASP?

Posted on: 8/31/2010 10:54:36 AM under Web Design » Resources 
 

Classic ASP is great for providing dynamic content, but HTML and CSS are really the ones responsible for styling that content. Matthew Corner recently noted that maybe we could use HTML a bit more to make things easier for the web designer and the reader.

Matthew has compiled a list of 10 underused HTML tags, explaining what they are and how to use them. He also provides links to further resources.

Check it out at:
http://www.1stwebdesigner.com/development/underused-html-elements/

The DMXReady Team

 
 

Free Paper Texture Backgrounds

Posted on: 8/19/2010 10:46:56 AM under Web Design » Resources 
 

Free paper texture backgrounds.You’d think that “paper” and “website” would be two things that just couldn’t go together. But a lot of designers use paper on purpose to convey a kind of “retro realness” to their website designs.

Vandelay Designs provides a list of 35 free paper backgrounds. (And in case you have never been there, Vandelay also has a whole myriad of tools, tips, and tricks for website design, Photoshop, and more…!)

Check it out:

http://vandelaydesign.com/blog/design/paper-textures/

The DMXReady Team

 
 

Get Cooking with DMXReady

Posted on: 8/19/2010 10:46:56 AM under Web Design » Resources 
 
Secure Document Manager integrates Member's Area Manager with Document Library Manager.
Every good chef has a list of ingredients they rely upon and a book of recipes they tinker with, all in the name of cooking up that perfect dish.

You can be a “website chef” yourself, using DMXReady as the basis for your own gourmet creations.

DMXReady applications are much like ingredients – things that don’t make the dish by themselves, but work together with other ingredients to delight senses. For example, you can create a customized website that makes documents available to members only by combining Document Library Manager with Member’s Area Manager. (Actually, we’ve already done this with Secure Document Manager – the proof in the pudding!)

We hear all the time from our members about new and effective applications that they created by combining two or more “off-the-shelf” apps. In fact we created our v2 apps with exactly this in mind, standardizing the databases across all applications to make integration that much easier.

But don’t let a bit of database work discourage you. We’ve put together a number of Online Knowledgebase articles to help you along the way.

For some examples, check out:


and


Happy Cooking!


 
 
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