Web 2.0 style buttons

Nowadays Web 2.0 style becomes more popular. Every day tons of sites which has simple, bright and very interesting things, appear in Network. In this article author shows how to create Web 2.0 styled button using Adobe Photoshop CS2.

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Cool Free CSS Tab Designer

A software that generates cool looking Cross Browser CSS Tabs

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Photoshop Tutorial: How to Make a Web 2.0-Style Logo

This is the first of a series of Adobe Photoshop tutorials on how to create a logo in “Web 2.0″ style. If you follow Web 2.0 closely, you’ll see similarities in the way logos are designed: Simple, glossed, gradient, bright-colored and often came with a slight reflection and a beta sign. Here’s a quick 6-minute video tutorial and some notes.

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CSS-Based Forms, Modern Solutions

Good examples of beautiful functional Web 2.0 forms. I know I’ll be including some variation of these in my next website.

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300 Free Icons for Web Application Development

You can’t build a slick application without good icons. Professional icons cost too much, most free icons suck and I know I don’t have the time to create a set of icons. Here is a site offering a full set of professionally designed icons for web applications for free. Digg it for later and save yourself the search..

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Top 10 Ajax Tutorials for Beginners

A great list of the best tutorials and resources to learn what Ajax is, and how easily you can incorporate it into your own website. Great roundup

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Top 10 CSS image gallery tutorials

There are many tutorials out there on how to create your own image gallery. There are simple ones made from pure CSS, and there are complex ones using css and javascript. By the end of this article you will have the information necessary to start building your own photo gallery.

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The 35 Sexiest Designed Websites you’ve Forgotten, part 3

Design Inspiration, especially for the upcoming CSS/Standards Reboots. The third edition of the biannual 35-sexiest list, this time with 23 CSS-based and 12 Flash-based designs. Hope you enjoy!

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