Monday, April 12, 2010

Web Design Resource Roundup #7

Every week i love to share a lot of interesting stuff around the web contains a great content that helped me a lot and i think it will be useful for you.i also share more and more great resources via twitter .so be sure to follow me on twitter . @cssah

Adobe Creative Suite 5 Brings Sexy Back

Adobe will unveil its new Creative Suite 5 on Monday April 12th at 8AM PDT, just a few hours from now.
In this post, we’ll be sharing some of the highlights of each application in this exciting new release, with some detailed info on the new applications. We’ll also discuss whether we think CS5 is worth upgrading to or not.

CSS3 Generators Write All that Pesky Code for You

Playing around with CSS3 is fun, but remembering all those experimental properties with their vendor prefixes, and which browser supports which property is a real bummer. But never fear, CSS3 code generators have it covered. Recently, I’ve found three useful ones.

Cleaner Code with CSS3 Selectors

The parts of CSS3 that seem to grab the most column inches on blogs and in articles are the shiny bits. Rounded corners, text shadow and new ways to achieve CSS layouts are all exciting and bring with them all kinds of possibilities for web design. However what really gets me, as a developer, excited is a bit more mundane.

Make Your Mockup in Markup

I used to think the best place to design a website was in an image editor. I’d create a pixel-perfect PSD filled with generic content, send it off to the client, go through several rounds of revisions, and eventually create the markup.

On Web Typography

There are many books and articles on typography, but considerably few explore typeface selection and pairing. With the floodgates poised to open and the promise of many typefaces being freed up for use on websites, choosing the right face to complement a website’s design will need to become another notch in the designer’s belt. But where do we start?

My top 10 JavaScript Blogs

These are the JavaScript blogs that I am repeatedly drawn to. Their emphasis is on the language itself. Real code, real situations. Enjoy!

You’re Failing as a Web Developer — and Here’s Why

There is endless content available in the world of web design blogging telling us how to do things right, and how to succeed at our chosen profession.
That’s obviously a good thing, and it will certainly continue that way. But once in a while we need reminders on the things we do (or fail to do) that are negative.

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