- This is a one funky CSS preloader by Lea Verou.
- Can you switch to Sublime Text 3? I know I can’t.
- Yet another Sublime Text plugin I found useful: Sublime Todo by Rob Cowie.
- Google’s guide to Working With CSS Preprocessors within Chrome.
- I’d very much like to try out Jekyll one day. Looks like a decent Kirby alternative.
Practical Typography by Matthew Butterick.
A valuable lesson on (brand) design in Logos, Flags, and Escutcheons by Paul Rand:
All this seems to imply that good design is superfluous. Design, good or bad, is a vehicle of memory. Good design adds value of some kind and, incidentally, could be sheer pleasure; it respects the viewer-his sensibilities-and rewards the entrepreneur. It is easier to remember a well designed image than one that is muddled. A well design logo, in the end, is a reflection of the business it symbolizes. It connotes a thoughtful and purposeful enterprise, and mirrors the quality of its products and services. It is good public relations-a harbinger of good will. It says “We care.”
- In 20 Years, We’re All Going To Realize This Apple Ad Is Nuts by Mark Wilson.
- One Click to Wrap App Screenshots in Device Mockup: mockuphone.
- I’m a sucker for nicely set type on those blurrish backgrounds. Also, seems like a nice gig: Nearly Impossible.
- Fantasy Interactive amazes once more with the recent Sony, Connected World case study.
- The cyclist in me approves: A month of Citi Bike visualization.
- My kind of service: Mid East Tunes.