A tool that “allows you to preview any URL on large number of mobile devices simultaneously. Just enter a URL, hit enter, and new URL gets automatically loaded on each device. Remote preview works on platforms like Android, Blackberry, iOS, Maemo, Meego, Symbian, Windows Phone and WebOS.”
CSS Pattern Generator
by @ZachInglis “Community-Driven Feedback for Designers”
via @codylindley “A visual way to understand CSS specificity.”
The site discusses good interaction design – how it *works*, not just how it looks. “FJP celebrates the future around us.”
via @stedman “Freebie Downloads and Resources by Dribbbler’s”
Beautifully crafted timelines that are easy, and intuitive to use. TimelineJS can pull in media from different sources. It has built in support for: Twitter, Flickr, Google Maps, YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion, Wikipedia, SoundCloud and more media types in the future.
Creating one is as easy as filling in a Google spreadsheet or as detailed as JSON.
“A reworking of the first two examples of “The Cicada Principle and Why It Matters to Web Designers” using CSS gradients. “
Free for both personal and commercial use. Nice.
The most comprehensive explanation as to why we still use raster icons instead of vector, and why SVG is not the answer.
“Style tiles establish a direct connection with actual interface elements without defining layout. They work well for clients who have established brands and need them to translate smoothly to the web.”
“The iconic font designed for use with Twitter Bootstrap”. 150+ icons
Makes it easy to see how a responsive site will lay out in a number of different screen sizes.
Enter a URLto see how a site renders in a smaller form factor.
Netflix delivers highly dynamic WebKit based UIs to televisions, game consoles and Blu-ray players. Matt will discuss fluid animation with hardware acceleration; achieving high framerates using accelerated compositing; responding to constant user input; as well as balancing strategies for best performance on over 450 high-end to low-end devices.