Inspirational Website of the Week: 100 Years of Design | AIGA
The American Institute of Graphic Arts, AIGA, turns 100 this year and they are celebrating with an outstanding website full of beauty and great effects.
Thomas Palef wants to learn how to make HTML5 games. Follow him on his learning journey and see him creating a new game every week. He already created seven games so far.
One Solution To Responsive Images
Gavyn McKenzie explains what responsive image solution is implemented at Etch’s portfolio website in this insightful Smashing Magazine article.
Facebook’s Paper photo tilt feature in HTML5
John Tregoning created a HTML5 clone of the photo tilt feature found in Facebook’s Paper app.
WOW.js is another great library for revealing animations on scroll with some easy to customize features. Made by Matt Aussaguel.
An entirely HTML/CSS animated sketch for each letter made every day for 26 days.
Want to bounce some balls with sounds? Bouncy Balls is a fun way to visualize music or monitor sounds. Made by Paule Neave.
Simple Grids with CSS Multi-Column Layout
See the magic of CSS multi-column layouts at work in this this menu example by David Bushell.
Creating a Simple RESTful Web App with Node.js, Express, and MongoDB
In this more advanced tutorial by Christopher Buecheler, you’ll learn how to create aRESTful web app with Node.js, Express, and MongoDB.
Octocard is a highly flexible GitHub info card for every GitHub lover made by MZhou.
An intuitive and ease to customize credit card form including two themes made by John J. Wang.
A starting point for all of Dennis Gaebel’s personal and work-related projects using Sass and Compass.
Free Font: Tesla
A wonderfully creative font inspired by amazing Nikola Tesla’s work. Designed by Lexi Griffith.
App Wireframes Kit
A great app wireframe kit for starting designing new projects. Made by Vlad Cristea.
Reading Fonts for Children
Learn what typeface is suitable for projects that are targeted to children in this excellent article.
Combining Contextual Inquiry with Eye Tracking
Learn how contextual inquiry together with eye tracking can help improve design decisions in this interesting article by James Breeze.
Designing for Easy Interaction
An excerpt from Chapter 5 of A Web for Everyone: Designing Accessible User Experiences by Sarah Horton and Whitney Quesenbery over at A List Apart.