Justin Hubbard
Since 2007 Justin Hubbard has been helping businesses by creating timeless, memorable logos as part of a branding package and modern, user-friendly websites. "Creating websites, designing logos and building mobile applications, that's what I do and I love it! It's gives me great pleasure to be able to help businesses grow through their web presence; and when it's successful, that's the best feeling anyone could ask for."
Latest Posts
  • Web Design
    Applications and Tools
    Personalizing Social Media: YouTubePreview
    Let's take a look at personalizing and branding social media sites. Our focus is going to be branding consistency and by the end of this series, you'll have a consistently branded social media presence throughout the web.Read More…
  • Design & Illustration
    Designing
    Quick Tip: How to Create a Clear and Concise Brand Identity GuideThumb
    Today we're going to talk about creating a Brand Identity Guide. You'll learn why it's so important to have, and how to create one. This guide can be applied to a company, theme, client website or anything that requires brand consistency. So let's get started!Read More…
  • Web Design
    Workflow
    Quick Tip: Point Visitors in the Right Direction With .htaccessPreview 1
    Today we're going to cover a few simple tricks you can perform with your .htaccess file which will make your visitors that bit happier.Read More…
  • Web Design
    Complete Websites
    Building a Website in Progressive Steps: Establishing TrustSteps
    Establishing trust is key to building a lasting relationship with visitors of your website. We'll touch into that as you follow along in creating the Contact page. After understanding the importance of establishing trust through the About and Contact pages, we'll start putting together the file structure and get ready for some extreme coding!Read More…
  • Web Design
    Complete Websites
    Building a Website in Progressive Steps: Blog PageSteps
    In this part of our Building a Website in Progressive Steps series we're going to discuss putting a single blog page together, and go over the various elements within the page while pointing out the importance of each. So let's dig into the tutorial and start talking setting up a blog page!Read More…
  • Web Design
    Complete Websites
    Building a Website in Progressive Steps: Page ElementsSteps
    In this part of our Building a Website in Progressive Steps series we're going to cover a wide array of elements on a web page, how they are placed, then we'll discuss the importance of each. So let's dig into the tutorial and start talking web page elements!Read More…
  • Web Design
    Complete Websites
    Building a Website in Progressive Steps: The Home PagePrev
    Welcome to Part 3 in Building a Website in Progressive Steps. In this screencast we'll discuss the inner workings of the home page. The featured area, actionable content area, and priority content areas are going to be our main focus, in that order. They are set in a specific hierarchy for a reason which will be explained in the tutorial.Read More…
  • Web Design
    Complete Websites
    Building a Website in Progressive Steps: Header and FooterSteps
    It's time for Part 2 of "Building a Website in Progressive Steps". In this part we'll be discussing the header and footer, whilst designing them at the same time in Photoshop.Read More…
  • Web Design
    Complete Websites
    Building a Website in Progressive Steps: WireframingSteps
    "Steps" is a progressive series of screencasts, during which we'll walk through the process of designing and building a website. In this part, we take a look at wireframing.Read More…
  • Web Design
    Site Elements
    QuickTip: Pressable CSS3 Social ButtonsThumb
    Hi! I have a quicktip for ya. How about some really awesome press-able social media buttons using pure CSS3? Sounds cool right... well that's what's in store for you today. I'm going to to show you how to create some really cool buttons that you can place on any project, so let's get started!~Read More…
  • Web Design
    Site Elements
    How to Create Script-Free CSS3 TooltipsScriptless thumb
    Ahhh... tooltips. They can be the answer to many of your support worries or if you just want to give a little hint to the user. Today there are tons of websites and applications out there using tooltips but... is there a better way to implement them? I'm excited to say that there is a better way, a Javascript free way... well for the most part. We're going to be making some really awesome tooltips out of pure CSS3 and then we're going to create a mobile friendly version, and this is where it gets a little hazy because to get this to work, we have to use a little Javascript fix known as none other than Dean Edwards IE9.js. Note: There is full IE support for versions 8 and up. IE7 is also supported except for the mobile version (clickable version).Read More…
  • Web Design
    Site Elements
    How to Create a CSS3 Tabbed NavigationPreview
    Hiya folks! Today we're going to have fun creating a CSS3 Tabbed Navigation. In this tut we're going to be creating the darkwash jean version out of the many different themes available for these awesome tabs just because... #1 we can and #2, there is more styling involved and I can show you more neat tricks with CSS3 than with the other styles. If you prefer, there are much simpler themes in the source files so feel free to follow along with those as the structure is pretty much the same. Read More…