Results for web design
Below are the posts that should have something to do with 'web design'.
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The themes use some nifty AJAX coding allowing you to navigate through the whole site using a command line interface (CLI). You simply use commands like cd, ls and cat to browse, list and view posts.
The server is struggling a bit at the moment but check his cool themes out here.
Link via MakeZine.
Smashing Magazine asked 35 designers, 5 questions each.
- 1 aspect of design you give the highest priority to
- 1 most useful CSS-technique you use very often
- 1 font you use in your projects very often
- 1 design-related book you highly recommend to read
- 1 design magazine you read on a daily/weekly basis (online or offline)
Result: 175 professional suggestions, tips and ideas from some of the best web-developers all around the world.
In the end we’ve received more answers than we expected. The results – over 80 CSS-based tips, design ideas, suggestions, fonts, design-related books and online-magazines – are listed below. It’s interesting to know, how designers work their magic. It’s interesting to know what you can actually learn from them.
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Screenshot of Microsoft Virtual PC 2007
The images should come in handy for anyone running Windows Vista who wants to see how their web page look in Internet Explorer under Windows XP. Of course, you could also run the disc image inside of Virtual PC if you want to try installing new software without risking any damage to your host operating system.
Both disc images will expire on August 17th, 2007. The images are pre-activated so no hassle running them (Windows only). Download the disc images here.
DeGraeve Color Palette Generator – example of a palette generated from an image
You simply feed the generator an image and it will create a suiting color palette.
Enter the URL of an image to get a color palette that matches the image. This is useful for coming up with a website color palette that matches a key image a client wants to work with.
FeaturePics did some testing, so check this editorial for cool examples.