Web Design Weekly #50


CSS Tricks Turns 5!

High 5 to Chris Coyier! (css-tricks.com)

Evolving E-commerce Checkout

Luke Wroblewski dives into the details of the evolving checkout. He covers all the major systems that are in use today in great detail. Make time for this one! (lukew.com)

Vendor prefixes are f***ing batshit crazy (quirksmode.org)

Redesigning Microsoft (minimallyminimal.com)


The Skinny on IE’s Update Policy

Paul Irish explains what the IE update policy means for us web developers. (paulirish.com)

An Introduction to Building Shopify Themes

If you have built a website before then you are amazingly well equipped to build a theme for Shopify. During this tutorial, you will be shown the basics of how a Shopify theme is constructed, dissect a key template, and be shown a few hints and tips. (sitepoint.com)

Podcasts I Like (Chris Coyier)

If you are into podcasts then you will probably already be aware of most of these links. If your not, this is a great starting point. (css-tricks.com)

Create A Responsive WordPress Theme

Ellen Bauer over at Smashing Magazine starts with the basics and offers some great tips and resources to help you out next time you start a WordPress build. (smashingmagazine.com)

Where Does Advertising Fit In A Responsive World?

Online advertising comes with fixed and static banner images. Responsive design seeks flexibility and adaptability at every turn. Can the two co-exist? (vanseodesign.com)

A flippable book using CSS Regions & 3D transforms

Ilmari Heikkinen take a different angle on the long scroll. With lots of cutting edge code and a few tweaks to your browser, you will be on your way to developing your first book in the browser! A pretty neat tutorial. (html5rocks.com)

Google IO 2012 Notes – lots of them (christianheilmann.com)

Replacing text in the DOM… solved? (james.padolsey.com)

Responsive Navigation (reading list) (readlists.com)

An interview with Trent Walton (theindustry.cc)

Tools / Resources

Icons Guide

Icons Guide helps you find the best stock icons you are looking for. The site has a huge list of all major high-quality icons so you can compare what they are offering with ease. (iconsguide.com)

Windows Internet Explorer 10 Release Preview Guide for Developers (msdn.microsoft.com)

The 100 WordPress Related Blogs You Need In Your Life (wpkube.com)

Setapp – Share applications and tools you love (setapp.me)

Parallax scrolling library with zero dependencies (github.com)

Got 15 minutes and want to learn Git? (try.github.com)

Learning WebGL (learningwebgl.com)


Luftbanza Airlines (Mad Photoshop skills!) (youtu.be)

3magine (LOTS of CSS effects!) (3magine.com)

Dancing robot with reflection (cssdeck.com)

The Web Can Do That? (youtu.be)


UI Designer (Campaign Monitor)

At Campaign Monitor, design comes first. Designers decide on product strategy, best practice, and have the final say in how the software looks and behaves. Campaign Monitor are looking for a UI designer who can live up to the task, and help take them to new and exciting places! (campaignmonitor.com)

Digital Designer (Campaign Monitor)

Campaign Monitor are also looking for an inspiring digital designer to join their team – someone who will help define the way they market themselves to the world. They want you to challenge their status quo and help them explore new and exciting visual directions. (campaignmonitor.com)

From The Blog

Snippets in Sublime Text 2 (web-design-weekly.com)

Last But Not Least…

What started as a little experiment has kept me busy for the last 50 weeks. I didn’t see that coming!! Hope you guys are still enjoying the newsletter and if you have any sugestions, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Oh and thanks for subscribing. Enjoy 50 and beyond!


2 thoughts on “Web Design Weekly #50”

  1. Hi there, I do think your web site could possibly be having web browser
    compatibility problems. Whenever I take a look at your
    site in Safari, it looks fine however, if opening in IE,
    it has some overlapping issues. I just wanted to give you a quick heads up!
    Other than that, great blog!

    • Hi Simon,

      I am aware of a few issues. Unfortunately I am crazy busy at the moment during the days but I do try and crush a few bugs each evening. If you have the time, can you please log the IE issues (or any issues you find) on the GitHub repository – WDW GitHub. The more details you provide the better.

      Thanks again for taking the time to notify me.

      Greatly appreciate it!


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