Ips tagged articles

22Apr

Book Review: The Photoshop Anthology

101 Web Design Tips, Tricks & Techniques (Corrie Haffly, Sitepoint)

Photoshop is a deceptive beast. You can use it day in, day out, to the point where you consider yourself an expert – only to discover some basic functionality or keyboard shortcut that you really could have used some months ago. Perhaps it’s just me – but, for instance, having recently discovered that pressing the Tab key hides the menus, I wonder if there are any more nifty tricks that I’m missing out on. [read more...]


7Mar

How to get RSS right

5 tips to help get subscribers, keep subscribers

RSS is an essential part of growing a blog’s audience, and most get the fundamentals right. Some, however, don’t exactly embrace RSS as a medium – and occasionally those who do offer some limited, broken feed that simply isn’t worth subscribing to. Here are some pointers to keep your syndication on track. [read more...]


17Nov

Web Typography Cheat Sheet

Fine print, not so fine web

Let’s be honest. Typography and the web do not go hand-in-hand. You’re limited to a choice of about 5 fonts, most of which are cheap knockoffs of ‘proper’ typefaces. You’ve got practically no fine control over kerning or line spacing, and – worst of all – there’s a very good chance that no matter what you do, no matter how hard you try – your type is going to look different on every single browser and operating system. So what is an avid graphic designer-cum-web designer to do when faced with the seemingly insurmountable task of making web type look good? [read more...]


12Jul

Ip Assignment, Per Capita

The IP rich list - as decided by ARIN, RIPE, et al.

Under IPv4 there are 4,294,967,296 possible IP addresses - each of which may be assigned to a device or computer on the internet. 4 billion addresses equates to slightly less that two thirds of an IP address per person on the planet. As you may imagine, the IP addresses are not distributed evenly around the world - they are assigned to individual countries by Regional Internet Registries such as ARIN and RIPE. We take a look at how that information breaks down per person in each country. [read more...]