New Website Tutorialism.com Offers a Free Social Bookmarking Service for Online Tutorials, Allowing Users to Submit and Vote for Their Favorite Graphic and Web Design Tutorials
July 13, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsRecently released website Tutorialism is accessible for everyone at http://www.tutorialism.com/ and is the first online service to offer its users a free and easy social bookmarking service specifically for web and graphic design tutorials. The site allows all visitors to submit online design tutorials they like or they have created themselves in many different categories, including separate ones for the popular design programs Adobe Photoshop and Macromedia Flash. After their submission those articles are showcased publicly on a page of the site where other users can vote for the tutorials they find useful and of high quality. If a tutorial gets enough votes this way it is promoted to the frontpage of Tutorialism where only the greatest design tutorials are displayed and receive an even greater exposure.
To use all the features of Tutorialism, like the submission of tutorials and voting tools, a free and easy registration is required. The registration process will also grant users access to several other areas of the website, like the "Tutorial Spy" that tracks all the actions happening on the website and the "Tag Cloud" page that orders the submitted tutorials by tags - descriptive keywords associated with each article. Beside that registered visitors can also interact with each other using the social functions of the site, for example by adding others to their "friends list", sending private messages to other users and commenting on submitted tutorials.
"Over the last few months social bookmarking websites were launched in many different niches and areas. In the web and graphic design community however a place to share interesting articles and filter out the best tutorials was still missing. The Tutorialism website is our attempt to create and offer such a place for everyone", Thomas Höfter, one of the creators of http://www.tutorialism.com/, said and invited all design professionals and hobby designers to give the site a try.