Web Design Weekly #33

Super cool new blog, was released. Nicolas Gallaher gives a clear and detailed post on why you dhould use Normalize.css. Brad Frost talks about responsive Navigation Patters and loads more. Big Week!

Web Design Weekly #32

Headlines The Industry This new blog brings a new voice to tech media. Highlighting design focused startups and people. They are an independent news entity and strive to be a positive force in our community. Founded in November of 2011, with the main goal is to shed light on those overlooked by the mainstream media. […]

Web Design Weekly #31

Headlines Offscreen Magazine Ladies & gentlemen. Offscreen Magazine – Issue No1! Offscreen is a collectible print magazine with an in-depth look at the life and work of people that create websites and apps. ( Lea Verou talks about Kittens & -webkit- In our eagerness to use the new bling, we often forget how many people […]

Web Design Weekly #30

Headlines Mobile Web Resources “Where do I go to learn about all this stuff?” An extensive list of helpful tools and resources that can help you create great mobile web experiences. Maintained by Brad Frost. AWESOME!!!! ( Remote-Tilt Testing motion events was never going to be an easy task. You have two options, both of […]

Web Design Weekly #29

Headlines Twitter’s Bootstrap toolkit hits 2.0 Bootstrap 2 brings a plethora of changes and new features to the toolkit. Much of their work was guided by the experiences while working on’s latest redesign. Mark Otto and Jacob Thornton have added more features, better documentation, smarter default styling, and more. ( Designing for touch Fingers […]

Web Design Weekly #28

Headlines Nerdi Nerdi is an attempt to organise and make useful the tons of great web design and development utilities that are out there on the web. It is continually maintained and frequently updated with new features that aim to allow users to quickly and easily find just the right tool for them. ( HTML5 […]

Web Design Weekly #27

Headlines Making Love To WebKit If the world is going to end in 2012, will at least go out in style! Steven Wittens redesign is off the hook! View in a WebKit-browser like Chrome, Safari or even an iPad and you will not be disappointed. ( Paul Irish talks Pokémon The boys (Chris Coyier […]

Web Design Weekly #26

Headlines Smashing Magazine (re-design) Big move by the Smashing Magazine team. A huge task that was much needed and executed very well. If you haven’t dug into the code already, head over now and why you are there, give those guys a pat on the back. ( CSS Selector Performance has changed! Nicole Sullivan dives […]

Web Design Weekly #25

Headlines Dabblet Lea Verou once again has been coding like crazy!! This time she has developed an interactive CSS playground for all to enjoy. Happy experimenting! ( Icons with Fonts and Data- Attributes Traditionally, bitmap formats such as PNG have been the standard way of delivering iconography on websites. They’re quick and easy, and it […]

Web Design Weekly #24

Headlines’s redesign The developers of’s redesign (using HTML5 Boilerplate 2.0, Modernizr) discuss the ideas of responsive web design. The fact that this high profile site is pushing the web forward is AWESOME!Note: This is about web development not politics. ( Foundation 14 – Ryan Carson talks about his killer new startup called Treehouse […]