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Posted in IMD Fundamentals on November 5, 2012 by clintonherring

So, I’ve been slacking on my blog so I decided that I’d make up for it. I went and did some reading and I have found very many interesting things that I hope others are interested in. There’s a lot of links here to look at, but they really all provide some great information.

Weekly Fresh Resources for Designers and Developers [November 5th,2012]


Jack Of All Trades Vs. Master Of One: A Designer’s Perspective

Why user experience design shouldn’t be an optional extra

New Rule: Every Desktop Design Has To Go Finger-Friendly

Navigation Patterns Exploration Of Single-Page Websites

New tools for web design and development: October 2012

13 Tips To Help Successful Feedback Sessions Between Client And Web Designing Company

The Return of the Scroll

Motion & Animation A New Mobile UX Design Material

The UX Toolbox: The UX Tools You Need to Get It Done

User Experience Training

Dropdown Default Styling

The WP_List_Table Function: What it Is and How to Use It Within a Typical WordPress Installation

Using JavaScript to check if images are enabled

18 Transitions And Animations Effects Tutorials With CSS3

The Art of Going Freelance

Mobile Input Methods

Stop thinking in pixels: improving web layout

“The UX of publishing for tablets and smartphones” – Martin Belam at #TAS12

Best practices for navigation on the mobile web

Settings Icon

Holly Wood Icons

Japan Display showcases the latest in mobile display technology

Google Casts a Big Shadow on Smaller Web Sites –

5 Key Lessons Learned from Pivoting Our Blog Twice

Top 10 Reasons You’re Not Blogging

How to Use Social Media Effectively for your Business

Social Media Marketing: What Does That Meme?

New Seb Lester work prompts calligraphy as the new Typography game changer?


Heading Set Styling with CSS

50 Remarkable Big Font Typography Design

Getting the Hang of Web Typography (Smashing eBook Series)

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