What a great idea: a forum with a few sub-forums where admins spend days to move topics around, warning users to post on the correct forum.
Let the fun begins: http://t.co/ev1swfRH
Brad Frost on UI carousels: http://t.co/ZMhFeQY5
A List Apart RSS feed is now full of new stuff. There’s a relaunch in the air.
Great post about app icons design — http://t.co/K9ZvVCN8
iA Kindle Paper White: No need for 6 fonts that render badly—just give me 1 that renders well. And that justified text—don’t you see the holes?
It’s here folks: “The Post-PSD Era” http://t.co/0ayULzj3
@boagworld But they are so… inspiring!
Good points: “The responsive web will be 99.9% typography” — http://t.co/HtDknJBp
OMG. Just yesterday I was reading his “Who runs Wikipedia” essay: “Aaron Swartz commits suicide” — http://t.co/OvwrWzYo
iA In the last few months, Web Design has changed from playing chess with friends to playing pro chess.
Ah, the joy of fluid images: http://t.co/j4eUW98A
3D is good only for games. Deal with it. Do you remember “Looking Glass” UI from Sun? “It’s official: 3D is dead” — http://t.co/oxujaQ2l
Ignore details early on — http://t.co/4iVms3NL
@iPaintCode Indeed now we are in danger to abuse CSS3 – It’s up to us designers to not repeat the mistakes of the past.
“I really miss Flash intros on web sites!” — No one
I just can’t get enough of Beyoncé web site. Even news headlines are gorgeous: http://t.co/gKDAj6Sm
Python library to read contents of Safari Reading List. — https://t.co/4osD5ljA
Interest comments on the future of social networking: “Tenth Grade Tech Trends” — https://t.co/Shf5oxy5