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08/04/2014

Designing for the Web – Contents

http://www.designingfortheweb.co.uk/

30/08/2011

Simon Collison | Colly | Journal | Adaptive Systems at HD Live

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10/08/2011

Grid System Generator

http://www.gridsystemgenerator.com/

10/08/2011

Grid System Generator

http://www.gridsystemgenerator.com/

10/08/2011

Design By Grid

http://www.designbygrid.com/

28/06/2011

Progressive enhancement demystified | Feature | .net magazine

http://www.netmagazine.com/features/progressive-enhancement-demystified?utm_source=smashingmagazine&utm_medium=twitter

30/03/2011

Media Queries

a collection of responsive web designs

Media Queries

29/03/2011

4 Tips and Tricks for more Legible Content | UX Booth

Readability & legibility are both areas of interest in accessibility and typographic design, and many resources exist that attempt to define what constitutes well designed copy. In this post, we go over a few commonly overlooked and newer ways to implement more legible type on the web.

4 Tips and Tricks for more Legible Content | UX Booth

09/02/2011

How to Start Making Websites the Modern Way | Hagablog

About Hagablog Alex Clarke studies geology at the University of Leicester, coaches people how to kayak, designs websites and is obsessive about typography.

How to Start Making Websites the Modern Way | Hagablog

10/01/2011

Home – Dark Patterns

Normally when you think of “bad design”, you think of laziness or mistakes. These are known as design anti-patterns. Dark Patterns are different – they are not mistakes, they are carefully crafted with a solid understanding of human psychology, and they do not have the user’s interests in mind

Home – Dark Patterns

04/01/2011

URL Design — Warpspire

You should take time to design your URL structure. If there’s one thing I hope you remember after reading this article it’s to take time to design your URL structure. Don’t leave it up to your framework. Don’t leave it up to chance. Think about it and craft an experience.

URL Design — Warpspire

04/01/2011

jQuery Masonry › Primer

Masonry is a layout plugin for jQuery. Think of it as the flip side of CSS floats. Whereas floating arranges elements horizontally then vertically, Masonry arranges elements vertically then horizontally according to a grid. The result minimizes vertical gaps between elements of varying height, just like a mason fitting stones in a wall.

jQuery Masonry › Primer

04/01/2011

Web Design Predictions for 2011 | Webdesigner Depot

As we head into the New Year, we were curious about what we can all expect to see in Web Design in 2011, and asked some of the leading Web Designers and Web Design Writers in the field for their predictions

Web Design Predictions for 2011 | Webdesigner Depot

22/12/2010

How to get smarter, sleep more, and get more sex – today

Sleep is not obvious. It wastes you away slowly if you don’t get it, and half the time you won’t even notice because we’re too hopped up on caffeine.

How to get smarter, sleep more, and get more sex – today

08/12/2010

Yiibu – About this site…

You can test many of our site’s adaptive capabilities by simply resizing your desktop browser window. Certain capabilities—related to content adaptation—are however best viewed on a mobile device. Please read about our approach and content below for details.

Yiibu – About this site…

07/12/2010

25 reasons why I’ll leave your website in 10 seconds | Econsultancy

What makes people press the back button, shortly after visiting your website? Why do they bail out so quickly? And what can you do about it?

25 reasons why I’ll leave your website in 10 seconds | Econsultancy

07/12/2010

Cascade Brewery Co – Brew by Feel

Cascade Brewery Co – Brew by Feel

30/11/2010

Latest Jobs: GeekUp Job Board

Grassroots job listings for the Design, Development, Technology and Web Industry in the UK

Latest Jobs: GeekUp Job Board

17/11/2010

Addressing accessibility | Fix the Web

Fix the Web is offering a solution! Disabled people report problems in under a minute. Volunteers take these issues forward with website owners.

Addressing accessibility | Fix the Web

15/11/2010

Yiibu – Lovingly crafted mobile experiences

This site is a proof of concept for many of the ideas described in Rethinking the Mobile Web. Over the coming months, we will release articles covering our approach in detail. In the meantime why not discover how these ideas came to be and how this site was developed.

Yiibu – Lovingly crafted mobile experiences

15/11/2010

DeviceAtlas | DeviceAtlas

DeviceAtlas is the fastest, most accurate mobile device recognition solution available. Containing comprehensive data on over 6,000 mobile devices currently in use world wide…

DeviceAtlas | DeviceAtlas

02/11/2010

CSS Gradients for IE9 « CSS3 Wizardry

Simply put, IE9 is the best browser Microsoft has ever released. Has it caught up to Chrome, Firefox and Safari? No. But that doesn’t matter. It’s still light years ahead of any other version of IE. All of us should be praying every day for IE users to upgrade to it as soon as possible.

CSS Gradients for IE9 « CSS3 Wizardry

27/10/2010

Frontend 2010 Slides & Recap

slide and brief recap about my presentation.

Frontend 2010 Slides & Recap

26/10/2010

@font-face gotchas « Paul Irish

Over the past few months, I’ve collected a few worthwhile notes on @font-face that are worth reading over if you geek out about this stuff…

@font-face gotchas « Paul Irish

20/10/2010

Zerofee. Good Thinking – An Ethical Graphic Design Agency

Zerofee is an ethical design agency — we create visual identity and design for print and digital media, but not for irresponsible brands or companies.

Zerofee. Good Thinking – An Ethical Graphic Design Agency

14/10/2010

I won’t do free design work to win your business – here’s why

Dear enquirer Thanks for your interest in working together. Unfortunately, we won’t be able to pitch for your project as you’ve asked for free speculative work as part of that process.

I won’t do free design work to win your business – here’s why

13/10/2010

HTML5Rocks – Quick hits with the Flexible Box Model

I’d bet that you’ve done your fair share of styling elements to be arranged horizontally or vertically on a page. As of yet, though, CSS has lacked a suitable mechanism for this task. Enter the CSS3 Flexible Box Module, or Flexbox for short.

HTML5Rocks – Quick hits with the Flexible Box Model

06/10/2010

Ultimate CSS Gradient Generator – ColorZilla.com

The Ultimate CSS Gradient Editor was created by Alex Sirota (iosart). If you like this tool, check out ColorZilla for more advanced tools such as eyedroppers, color pickers, palette editors and website analyzers.

Ultimate CSS Gradient Generator – ColorZilla.com

05/10/2010

Fillerati – Faux Latin is a Dead Language

I made Fillerati because I grew tired of reading “Lorem ipsum…” on every new design I was working on.

Fillerati – Faux Latin is a Dead Language

05/10/2010

The Paciello Group Blog » Accessibility testing tools

Here at The Paciello Group (TPG) we have a technical accessibility testing process which does not involve the use of automated tools. The technical audit results we provide to our clients are based solely on manual testing of a web site, web application or desktop application.

The Paciello Group Blog » Accessibility testing tools

05/10/2010

The Square Grid – A simple CSS framework for designers and developers

A simple CSS framework for designers and developers, based on 35 equal-width columns. It aims to cut down on development time and help you create beautiful-structured websites.

The Square Grid – A simple CSS framework for designers and developers

04/10/2010

Accessibility video tutorial – learn Accessibility // Think Vitamin Membership

In this course, you’ll learn how to make websites that can be used by people of all abilities and disabilities. Learn Accessibility from the basics through to advanced level using our Accessibility video tutorial library.

Accessibility video tutorial – learn Accessibility // Think Vitamin Membership

04/10/2010

Does The Future Of The Internet Have Room For Web Designers? – Smashing Magazine

As web designers and developers, what the future holds for the Internet is imperative for our livelihoods. If the Internet has radical changes in store for us, we need to understand how they might effect what we do to earn a living and what we’ll need to do to adapt and keep pace — if that’s even possible.

Does The Future Of The Internet Have Room For Web Designers? – Smashing Magazine

25/09/2010

Gridulator

Make pixel grids, lickety-split

Gridulator

15/09/2010

Hardboiled Web Design by Andy Clarke

Your bookshelves may already be buckling under the weight of books about HTML and CSS. Do you really need another one? Hardboiled Web Design is different. It’s for people who want to understand why, when and how to use the latest HTML5 and CSS3 technologies today. Are you ready to get hardboiled?

Hardboiled Web Design by Andy Clarke

14/09/2010

A JavaScript Content Switcher That Works Without JavaScript

Normally, with JavaScript disabled, this type of content switcher (or content slider) will just display one item, or else display all items, without allowing any “switching” functionality. After some poking around, I realized it’s not a very difficult thing to do. The switcher utilizes in-page anchors and overflow: hidden to keep the switchability intact.

A JavaScript Content Switcher That Works Without JavaScript

14/09/2010

Google: HTML, CSS, and Javascript from the Ground Up – Google Code University – Google Code

Do you want a better understanding of the web and how Google makes the pages that are its face to the world? If so, “HTML, CSS, and JavaScript from the Ground Up” is for you.

Google: HTML, CSS, and Javascript from the Ground Up – Google Code University – Google Code

02/09/2010

Introducing | DNA to Darwin

Charles Darwin knew almost nothing about genetics. Many biologists of his time thought that the characteristics of parents were blended in the offspring. The problem with this, which Darwin appreciated, was that after a few generations any variation would be blended away, giving natural selection nothing to work on. Read More…

Introducing | DNA to Darwin

11/08/2010

HTML5 Reset

Like a lot of developers, we start every HTML project with the same set of HTML and CSS files. We’ve been using these files for a long time and have progressively added bits and pieces to them as our own personal best practices have evolved.

HTML5 Reset

11/08/2010

WebPagetest

Test a website’s performance

WebPagetest