Web Designer Magazine: HTML, CSS, Javascript

Web Designer Magazine: HTML, CSS, Javascript

By Future Publishing Ltd.

  • Category: Book
  • Release Date: 2011-10-17
  • Current Version: 5.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 45.89 MB
  • Developer: Future Publishing Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3/5 ( 87 App Reviews)
  • Price:
Web Designer Magazine: HTML, CSS, Javascript App Ratings: 3
Based on 87 App Reviews

Web Designer Magazine: HTML, CSS, Javascript iOS App Details

Web Designer is the premier magazine for aspiring online creatives and industry professionals. Each issue offers cutting-edge practical projects spanning HTML5, CSS3, jQuery, WordPress and mobile apps, as well as hosting features and interviews with the web community’s most influential design agencies and leading people. A dedicated Web Developer section takes the tutorials and advice down to the code level, and will inspire web professionals to take their projects to new heights. What you’ll find in every issue: • Header – discussing the hottest topics from the web-design world every issue with comment from industry professionals • Lightbox – inspiration and workshop pages alongside in-depth agency interviews • Tutorials – regular step-by-step features on WordPress, HTML5, CSS3, jQuery and Photoshop • Web Developer – dedicated to the code-heavy side of modern online design • Portfolio – championing the talents of independent web designers and studios • Crowd Source – emails, tweets and comments from the Web Designer community Introducing FileSilo Every reader now has access to FileSilo.co.uk the ultimate asset bank for every tutorial file and free resource from each issue of your magazine. • Updated continually with cool resources • Helps to keep your resources organised • A rapidly growing library, updated with every new issue • Browse and access content from anywhere Go to www.filesilo.co.uk/webdesigner to start downloading your FileSilo resources today. This is a magazine app that requires you to purchase single issues or a subscription to access content once you have downloaded the app Back issues and future issues are available for purchase within the App. Future issues are also available through the following auto-renewing subscription deals: • 13 issues (365 days) at £36.99 / $46.99 • 6 issues (180 days) at £21.99 / $28.99 • 1 issue (30 days) at £3.99 / $4.99 === Terms and Conditions of Subscriptions === The subscription will include the current issue if you do not already own it and subsequently published future issues. Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. The subscription will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. The cost of the renewal will match the initial subscription price. You may turn off auto-renewing subscriptions by going to your user’s Account Settings after purchase. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during your active subscription period. Please find our Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy here: www.futureplc.com/app-terms-and-conditions www.futureplc.com/app-privacy-policy


Web Designer Magazine: HTML, CSS, Javascript iOS App Screenshots

iOS App Reviews

  • Finally, legible text

    By djmtype
    After several years, their editorial is now readable. (Nov 2017)
  • Disapointed

    By Flagaber
    After paid for the whole year could'd get to the to the magazines. The codes doesn't works.
  • Slow, hard to read

    By bogey9000
    The app loads incredibly slow, and always to the store. It doesn't remember where I stopped reading so every time I read I have to remember where I left off. Lastly it is just hard to read, low res images look blurry when zooming in to read. There is no text reader. Probably won't buy another mag.
  • Zero stars would be preferable

    By archiescom
    App crashes way too much on my iOS devices, when the app actually decides to load. I also totally agree with the other reviewers about the ultra low resolution. It shouldn't be difficult to read type on an iPad, but this magazine makes it a snap. For nearly $50 for an annual subscription at least the makers of this mag could make sure it's actually readable. Although there are links that open in safari, the magazine isn't very interactive at all, not that you can read the fuzzy type enough to know where the links are taking you to anyway!
  • Low res

    By pd-defender
    It cost me $5 to see for myself, and yes, it's true. The magazine is unusable and grotesque as a consequence of the low resolution raster images used. I sent an email to the devs and got an auto reply- which I actually read for once. And halfway down it says if your question is not answered by their faqs then you need to reply to the bot with your actual question. Certainly seems like a dodge if you ask me, but I've sent a subsequent message. Maybe that's part of the reason some users have had bad luck with support responsiveness. We'll see. Seems like it should be fairly easy to fix this type of problem.
  • Can not read type

    By Will50
    I recently downloaded this magazine on my iPad and when I open up to read it I could not see the letters they were blurry ,when I tried to zoom in to see it clearly you must correct this problem
  • Sir

    By Remy Chenier
    Doesn’t ever open on my iPad. Just says cannot connect to store.
  • Low-Resolution Raster Text Near the End of 2015

    By Brian Sexton
    The article body text is too small and chunky to read easily even on a full-size Retina Display iPad, but zooming in just makes the text big and chunky—a displeasing chore to read. Low-resolution raster text can work well in a retro-styled video game, but it does not work well for magazine copy. Thus, the printed magazines remain preferable to such chunky electronic versions.
  • Canceled my subscription.

    By Shartacus Maximus
    I have no problem with the price. You pay for good content. But if you’re going to call yourself Web Designer Magazine, don’t provide a lousy user experience. Don’t make subscribers jump through multiple hoops just to access the content they’ve purchased, and don’t be so stingy about how they can access it.
  • No downloadable content

    By Jim in SDCA
    I purchased latest issue for $5.99 and can not get the extras available from the CD of the print magazine which costs the same amount. I understand that content can't be available from the ios app. It makes zero sense that the purchase doesn't come with a code and a download link where that digital content could be downloaded to my PC where the content would be most useful for web development. It's 2014 for crying out loud and can't believe they want to pay shipping on a paper magazine and CD from the UK to California rather than provide a download. Don't get this app or purchase an issue till this is resolved.