Let's get right to it today - we found this helpful post for you web designers working on responsive layouts and wanted to share it.
As promised here are this week's killer free fonts. Every web designer needs fonts to keep their work feeling and looking FRESH. Don't get lazy and fall into a FONT RUT...
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It's early Tuesday morning, your coffee rush is starting to wear off and one thing is clear: YOU NEED NEW FONTS - NOW! Nine cool free new fonts are ready for download kids, just the thing to shake the brain awake >>
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When creating responsive web site designs, you need to consider the devices on which the user will be viewing the design. Each device has it's own optimal screen width, for example iPads, iPhone and web browsers all have their own widths. Check out this tutorial on the best way to figure out the optimal breakpoints for each device >>
How is HTML5 shaping our work as web developers? This post features a wonderful post from our friends at SixRevisions full of useful data and tips to help you navigate the world of decisions you're facing pertaining to HTML5...
There really is a time for using a pencil and piece of paper... actually there are a lot of them! One of those times is when your client needs a unique typeface or logo that isn't generated by that oh-so-predictable friend of ours the computer. Take a look at these good old hand drawn type examples - they should really get your juices flowing! >>
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