What’s going on here?
Some thoughts, observations and notes on web development and interaction design, the stuff on the surface and the underlying technologies from Logical Things founder Art Thompson, Jr.
Remember: "Just because you can" is no reason to do anything.
- A Little Email Client and Browser Testing Goes a Long Way
- Free Web Design and Web Development Tools I Actually Use (2014)
- An Iterative Redesign Versus The Flick Of A Switch
- 5 More Free Web-Based Design and Development Tools I Actually Use
- An Unnecessary (Web Design) Manifesto
- Vendor Prefixes, WODs and the Uncaring Class
- Remove CSS Comments – Automagically!
- HTML Email Presentation Slides
- 5 Free Web-Based Design and Development Tools I Actually Use
- Gotham-Light Ain’t a Web Font
HTML, CSS & JS Resources
Tag Archives: web fonts
It’s coming up on two years since I last made my list of 5 More Free Web-Based Design and Development Tools I Actually Use , which was an update to my initial post, 5 Free Web-Based Design and Development Tools I Actually … Continue reading
The “Plusification” of Google’s various products is evident in the subtle user interface tweaks that get rolled out without any fanfare such as this little tweak to the contact info dropdown, which appears when you hover your cursor over a … Continue reading
We’ve just about come up on a year since my first free web-based design and development tools round-up, so it’s high time for a refresh/reload. The tools listed below (in no particular order) are freely available to anyone with a web browsers and … Continue reading
We all design and redesign in public, but the public rarely cares unless we’re Jeffrey Zeldman. His recent redesign of zeldman.com would not have garnered as earth-shattering a response if it were done by anyone else. And, response received, Mr. … Continue reading
We web folks are using web-based design and development tools within our workflow more and more each day. Working in this often challenging and dynamic environment is frequently made easier by the kindness of strangers in the form of freely-available tools and … Continue reading