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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 slider plugin for WordPress; an article on skeumorphic design; and a gorgeous Scrabble set for typography nerds.
Responsive design is new, and new things mean new challenges to solve. Here are a bunch of jQuery plugins that solve problems that responsive design faces.
The new retina display on the iPad is awesome, but it also is going to be a bit of a headache for web developers. Read why.
A free, responsive WordPress slider plugin. Nice.
Skeuomorphic design isn’t just a difficult to pronounce phrase. It is something UI designers should know inside & out.
It makes sense that Scrabble lovers would also be letterform lovers, right? This is a gorgeous take on the traditional Scrabble board game.
See you next week!