Good stuff on the Web #5
Creattica – design gallery
around for awhile (over 10K designs at the moment) Creattica is a gallery of great design and inspirational imagery. Anyone can submit their work for consideration and voting on items is open to one and all. Check it out if you haven’t done it yet.
Where’s the fold?
this website helps answer the questions about where your site’s content will show up for different percentages of the world’s internet browsers.
The Square Grid
a simple CSS framework for designers and developers, based on 35 equal-width columns. It aims to cut down on development time and help you create beautiful-structured websites.
What’s in the Pack?
1. Sketch sheets for printing (PDF).
2. Design layout templates (for Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator).
3. Code files with explanations (CSS, HTML).
handy CSS3 generator for quickly getting the code for Border Radius, Box Shadow, Text Shadow, RGBA, @Font Face, multiple columns, Box Resize, Box Sizing, Outline, Transitions, Transform, Selectors and Gradients
ever wondered how your website looks like on an iPad? check out this nice iPad emulator for web developers and web designers.
Although we haven’t ordered them yet (NZ) is not in their standard delivery destinations (hehe..) they look pretty cool. Never waste an idea with handy pre-printed stickynotes. Wireframe, sketch and scribble your ideas then stick and re-arrange as often as you like.
what’s new in version 1.6. The most important change is updated browser-compatibility information. The results now include support for Google Chrome, as well as the latest common versions of Firefox, Safari, Opera and IE. New feature is the addition of at-rules to special search. And a bunch of other stuff!
Monochromatic Iconset _1
what is the easiest way to find out the fonts used in a webpage? In comes Whatfont Tool. A nifty bookmarklet which gives you easily info of the text you’re hovering on.