Inspirational Website of the Week: NZK
Nicolas Zezuka makes some magic happen on his excellently crafted website. Our pick this week.
A set of eight beautiful flat design mobile devices made with CSS by Oleg Tsaplin.
WTF, HTML and CSS?
A collection of frustrating HTML and CSS quandaries, miscues, and dilemmas. Curated by Mark Otto.
Spring-cleaning Unused CSS With Grunt, Gulp, Broccoli or Brunch
A great write-up by Addy Osmani on build tasks for removing unused CSS in your pages.
A Modern Designer’s Canvas
A truly inspiring article by Andrew Clarke that looks beyond the usual technicalities of being a good designer or developer.
With Patatap you can use your keyboard to play interesting sounds and create groovy visuals.
Forms: The Complete Guide
An in-depth look at forms by Martin Polley. Read part 1 on layout and alignment of forms, too.
Free Font: Pinto No_04
An artistic and playfull font designed by Georg Herold-Wildfellner. No_04 is for free.
Pharrell Williams, Daft Punk and Nile Rodgers jamming in animated SVG style. Made by Matthew Copeland.
Srcset and sizes
Eric Portis describes a responsive image solution using
sizes that might be interesting for the future.
Dribbbox displays your work in a clean, easy-to-browse gallery site that you can self-host.
IxD (Interaction Design) Checklist
An interesting checklist that you can use to evaluate your work and create a better understanding of interactions.
Playing with CSS3 Animations
A tutorial by Vincent Tantardini on how to create some nifty animations for a menu and content layout.
Medical Icon Pack
A great set of 18 meaningful icons by Iris Eda Atalay for your next medical-related project.
Velositey is an interesting Photoshop plugin for rapid prototype designing. Made by Dan Ross and Kieran Black. Pay with a Tweet.
The skyline of (S)CSS city crafted by Oliver Knoblich.
Nathan Ford shows how using a ratio-based, modular approach to grids creates a harmonious composition on a website.
Soundslice offers a fantastic new way to transcribe your music to interactive notation and tabs.
Free Font: Modum
Modum is a contemporary serif font family designed by The Northern Block Ltd. Get the regular and italic styles for free.