via @devinsays Real-world connection simulator and bandwidth limiter for OS X
Rather impressive way to easily remove backgrounds from images online.
The UI is a bit weird, but otherwise, a handy resource to see if a unicode character will show up on a specific platform.
A UI concept that unites the loading indicator with the button that the user clicked to provide immediate feedback. Nicely executed.
A table showing “the screen specifications of the most popular devices and monitors currently on the market.”
A collection of sites that use media queries and responsive web design practices.
A jQuery plugin to ensure that multi-line text is rendered so that the amount of text per line is roughly the same.
“Tips, Resources and Patterns for Responsive Web Design”
“A typographic starter kit encouraging great type on the Web”
I had no idea Photoshop CS6 has vector strokes. Very interesting indeed.
Wow, this is amazingly useful for complex PSDs.
Photoshop grid templates for various screen sizes and common constraints.
An interaction design tool that helps you “create functional, animated UI prototypes while maintaining the focus on user experience at every step”
This is awesome. Drag and drop an image into the browser to “generate product screenshots in realistic environments”.
Gemicon is a free set of 600 handcrafted icons.