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It’s Found Friday, and I’m rapidly typing this out so I can get back to losing my March Madness pool. This week, we have: a bunch of jQuery plugins to help with responsive design; an article on the new iPad, its retina display, and what it means for us web developers; a great, free, responsive […]

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On March 10, I had the privilege of presenting at BlogWest 2012. BlogWest is a blogging conference (obviously), to which end I ended up speaking on the topic of evaluating and improving one’s blog design. The talk didn’t include code snippets or any hands-on development, but rather introductory design concepts along with some tools & […]

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This week’s Found Friday is heavy on the web & responsive design. We have: a new product from Adobe for testing websites for mobile; a free icon font collection; the border-box box-sizing hack which you will love; an awesome, easy responsive website tester; and some slider slippers for your Magic Mouse. Read on! Responsive.is This […]

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A little while ago, I wrote an article on the steps to take before starting the web design workflow. The steps mentioned in that article ensure that a solid groundwork is laid for a successful web design project. The next logical step? Let’s chat about my web design workflow for a standard website project. Before […]

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After a brief hiatus, we’re back with Found Friday vol 84! This week, we have: a neat online app for collaborative sharing of anything from photos to websites and much more; a free WordPress theme for showing in-browser static web design mockups to your clients; a free, better guides plugin for Photoshop; an article on […]

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It’s March, and almost spring. That means it’s time to try something new. This month, we’re not only releasing a variety of desktop calendar wallpaper sizes – we also are releasing matching iPad and iPhone versions! Check it out and download your desired wallpaper below. Click to download the free February 2012 Desktop Calendar Wallpaper […]

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This week’s is a good one, folks. Yes indeedy. We have the following: some beautiful new t-shirts for web designers; a preview of the new Mac OS coming summer 2012; better background images for responsive web design; an easy way to build a custom WordPress functions.php file; and an amazing way to sell a new, […]

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Us web designers… we like to jump right into the creative ball pit sometimes, and get right to the fun stuff in Photoshop & CSS. I know I’m guilty of it sometimes, and I bet you have been too in the past. It’s not the end of the world, but it really isn’t best practice […]

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Welcome to Found Friday, volume 82. This week we have: an in-depth tutorial on creating a filterable jQuery portfolio in WordPress (much like what we use in our portfolio); a cool new font that creates charts by using ligatures; a small library for manipulating your favicon, including adding alerts to it; a fun “hankie notebook”; […]

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This week’s finds are all about two things: typography and web design. If you don’t like either of those things, what are you doing here?!? This week, we have: a great free font family; a cool CSS3 ribbon menu tutorial/code; a bunch of interesting (albeit perhaps not the most useful) snippets of CSS3 code; a […]

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