Posts tagged web

#web elsewhere: Facebook, Flickr, Instagram, Twitter, Vimeo, Vine.

  1. “This is not fine.”

  2. There’s not a single design project that I do where I don’t use math (web, native, logo, etc). Learn your maths, kids!

  3. When I'm dropped into an existing codebase, I “Inspect Element” a lot more than when I’ve been with the codebase from the start.

  4. Musings of an Anonymous Geek » Blog Archive » This is how I want all project web sites to look…

  5. Styling File Inputs with CSS and the DOM //

  6. funny project design cartoon

  7. QR-Code Generator

  8. Markup Maker - Takes a simple list of page ids that you enter and converts it to a valid XHTML document | Developer Tools | Accessify

  9. Why’s (Poignant) Guide to Ruby

  10. Typetester – Compare fonts for the screen

  11. The virtues of XML-RPC

  12. How To Roll Out An Open API

  13. hcard - Microformats

  14. .htaccess password generator

  15. Properties : CSS 2.1 Reference : Cultured Code

  16. Regular Expression Examples

  17. CSS Tip: Create a default with special cases

  18. 24 ways

  19. Revealing hidden assumptions in estimation

  20. Less as a competitive advantage

  21. Hot Design Tips

  22. Wi-Fi Hot Spot List

  23. housing maps

  24. North South East West

  25. Y Combinator

  26. paul graham's Essays

  27. google logos over the years

  28. The Flickrization of Yahoo

  29. The Complete Concise History of GNU/Linux

  30. GHOST TOWN - Chernobyl Pictures

  31. Color Vision Deficiency Test

  32. Markup Languages Index

  33. Little Boxes - css box layouts

  34. layout-o-matic

  35. List-o-matic

  36. The Amazing Rolloverer

  37. CSS Properties reference

  38. meta data maker for html

  39. Jargon - The New Hacker's Dictionary

  40. little web Button Maker


  42. the huh corp : We do stuff.

  43. css Dead Centre

  44. free stock photography

  45. Iraq WAR Poster Exhibition

  46. typography

  47. 10socks

  48. pdf to html3.2/txt converter

  49. the cluetrain manifesto

  50. World of Ends

  51. The Six-Lesson Schoolteacher