Author: Kevin Liew

Kevin Liew is a web designer and developer and keen on contributing to the web development industry. He loves frontend development and absolutely amazed by jQuery. Feel free to say hi to me, or follow @quenesswebblog on twitter.

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The point is this week we’re having a WordPress Theme Giveaway together with our friends over at TemplateMonster. To make a long story short, we’re looking for 5 winners and each winner will get a...

Typefaces actually affect the branding, image and atmosphere given off by your company. They offer a first impression of your business without a client or customer having to even know what you do. If ...

Often time you see designers and articles preaching for simplicity. It’s a very common topic when one talk about mobile design especially because of the smaller screen sizes. However, it is in fact ...

Learning is more than a natural process, it is actually good for your brain and this has potential health benefits. Here we take a look at how learning different activities benefits the brain.

Most bloggers will come across one point in their careers where they notice that traffic to their blog is slowing down. If this happens to you, the important thing to remember is not to panic.

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Black Friday comes to web development and design deals, here is a list of 11 exclusive deals for some of the best tools you should be using.

It’s complicated enough with all the different devices that now have access to the Internet to make a website that will look good and function properly across platforms. This is why there are an abu...

Here we have a very useful infographic created by Plato Web Design to help you translate client-speak like a pro. It's a quick cheatsheet to explain what clients really mean when providing feedback.