Month: November 2011

Web Design Weekly #22

Headlines Offscreen Magazine Offscreen is a new, quarterly print magazine with an in-depth look at the life and work of people that create websites and apps shaping our digital lifestyle. They want to tell the less obvious human stories of creativity, passion and hard work that hide behind every interface. (kickstarter.com) first look: silk browser […]

Web Design Weekly #21

Headlines Our Pointless Pursuit Of Semantic Value This article on Smashing Magazine was written by Divya Manian. It caused a huge reaction from the community. If you have not had the time. Grab a coffee and head over to Smashing Mag now!!!! (smashingmagazine.com) Responsive Advertising Mark Boulton looks indepth at the resposive advertising challenge many […]

Web Design Weekly #20

Headlines Treehouse The goal of Treehouse is to teach Web Design, Web Development and iOS, to everyone in the World who wants to learn. (teamtreehouse.com) LESS – I was wrong Great post by Andy Clarke about how he now uses Less in his workflow and can’t see himself going back. (stuffandnonsense.co.uk) The Times Are A […]

Chrome Developer Tool Tricks

Do you work with the Chrome Developer Tools on a daily basis?

If so here are a few tips and tricks to increase your development speed, such as shortcuts, toggling states of interaction, the JavaScript console, overwriting stylesheets and reverting back to original styles.

The Times Are A Changin'

Well this is just a bit of a housekeeping post. I don’t like housekeeping.

As you can probably tell by the title, things are changing. I’m not sure if it’s for the best but I am open to suggestions so please comment below if you have any ideas.

When I started WDW I had no idea that it would get any traction. Boy was I wrong! I didn’t have any plans at all and just focused on delivering a rad email to your inbox every week. Hopefully I am fulfilling this…

Web Design Weekly #19

Headlines Goodbye time. Hello data and value. Oli Studholme considers all the pros and cons of the removal of the <time> element. (html5doctor.com) Useful Coding Tools For Web Developers Everyone who is a regular Smashing Magazine reader will know that they have a traditional habit of regularly researching the latest resources, tools and services out […]