Define breakpoints for your responsive design, and Breakpoints.js will fire custom events when the browser enters and/or exits that breakpoint.
Draftest.com – Get a feel for your customers’ design tastes
Draftest – (commonly known as test design) is the first stage in the graphic design process, be it a web page, illustration or logo.
The goal at this stage is to create a list of inspirations that are thematically related to the design project. Such a list should include examples of various styles and techniques in order to allow the customers to choose from them, rate and comment the projects they like the most. The draftest summary allows designers to quickly understand customers’ expectations.
Pollowers – Twitter polls
Poll your followers – a tweet is a poll! 🙂
Writing forward-compatible websites
This is a list of best practices for creating websites that do not break when browsers are updated. It’s not always possible to follow all of these, but following as many of them as possible will help future-proof your website. This is especially important for intranet applications and other non-public websites where problems are likely to not be noticed during testing by browser vendors.
Copyright Fair Use and How it Works for Online Images
You’ve heard the adage that a picture is worth a thousand words, but when that picture is protected by copyright, the picture is only worth three words: cease and desist.
Master CSS gradients | Tutorial
In this excerpt from The Book of CSS3 Peter Gasston introduces us to the syntax of linear, gradial and multiple CSS gradients and provides examples of how to use them.
Social media marketing and business trends 2012
So, you want to know what’s going to happen next? Social media is evolving fast and marketers are starting to catch up.
Top 10 steps towards making your mobile apps more accessible
Accessibility should be high on the priority list for app developers, but where to start? Here are some ideas.