Adam BerenstainContributor, Macworld

Adam Berenstain is a freelance writer in upstate New York and a longtime Macworld contributor.

How effective are Apple's recycling programs?

In an excerpt from his book "Junkyard Planet," writer Adam Minter looks at how much those programs might really offset the environmental impact of manufacturing and using the company's products.

Review: Freeway 6 Pro offers visual Website design with a few quirks

Website design program has the latest in HTML technologies, but it can be a little rough around the edges.

How to transition your website away from MobileMe and iWeb

If you're thinking about alternatives to iWeb with the demise of MobileMe, here are some strategies to consider for updating your Website.

How to get rid of old hardware responsibly

Reduce, reuse, recycle all your old gear to make the world a better place.

Life after iWeb: The state of Web design on the Mac

No matter what the future holds for iWeb, the Mac Web design scene is rich with alternatives.

First Look: Adobe's Muse code-free website designer

Muse transports the page-layout paradigm to the Web intact and offers features that make it an exciting new tool for creating sophisticated, interactive sites.

Hype 1.0.3 lets you create HTML 5 animations without coding

Hype can create animations for existing sites, but you can also use it to build standalone, visually-oriented websites.

Sandvox 2.1.6 helps build sophisticated websites

Karelia Software Sandvox 2.1.6 helps beginning designers create feature-rich, template-based websites.

How to prepare your comic book for printing

After you've finished scanning your art, you need to prepare it for the print run. Adam Berenstain continues his step-by-step account of comic book creation.

How to create a comic book on your Mac

Always wanted to create a comic book or graphic novel? In the first of a two-part series, Adam Berenstain walks you through the steps of scanning and cleaning up your artwork for print.

WebsitePainter 1.4.1

WebsitePainter 1.4.1 offers a straightforward approach and some handy features, but other Web design programs may strike a better balance between power and simplicity.

RapidWeaver 5.1

Realmac's RapidWeaver 5.1 strikes a winning balance between power and ease of use, and may represent a good successor for Apple's aging iWeb '09.

Create a Mother's Day card with iPhoto '11

Say Happy Mother's Day with an iCard. Adam Berenstain walks us through the steps.

MacFlux 3

MacFlux 3 offers powerful, flexible, template-based CSS Website creation tools.

Create Shrinky Dink ornaments on your Mac

Creating Shrinky Dink ornaments with the kids is a fun way to prepare for the holidays. You just need iPhoto, Pages, an inkjet printer, special paper, and scissors.