Prior to going live with a website based on the SilverStripe CMS, you may wish to disable the Site Tagline/Slogan and the Theme dropdown to prevent your clients from changing the theme by mistake and therefore undoing all the great work you've put in. Here's how to do it and the good news is it's really simple.
Describing responsive design to clients and how it works can sometimes be a bit of a challenge, especially if they lack technical know-how.
This tutorial is for anyone getting started with SilverStripe to help you get setup with a development environment quickly so you can work on your SilverStripe projects locally.
SilverStripe is my favourite CMS and one I absolutely love working with due to its flexibility, customisation and usability for clients. For each of my SilverStripe projects, there are a number of configuration options I find myself reusing time and time again so I've put together a small cheat sheet to use for your _config file under the mysite folder.
Yesterday at WWDC, Apple released their much anticipated iOS 7 flat design theme, and as a designer, I couldn't wait to see what Sir Jony Ive and his world-famous design team had been working on.
Having recently designed a UI for a mobile app, I needed some mobile UI design patterns for inspiration and best practices. The following were invaluable and provided me with a clear insight into how to design for a smaller screen and their requirements for iPhone and Android.