Design tweets of the week
Every week I share a lot of design news, articles or tutorials that I found interesting on my Twitter account. Here is a selection of this weeks tweets.
WordPress 3.2 Beta 1 drops support for IE6
The WordPress developers just released the first beta version of WordPress 3.2. It includes a redesign of the WordPress admin, and finally dropped support for IE6.
Realism in UI Design
Graphical user interfaces are full of symbols. Symbols need to be reduced to their essence. See why and how in this excellent and well-illustrated article by UX Magazine.
Adaptive & Mobile Design with CSS3 Media Queries
Screen resolution nowsaday ranges from 320px (iPhone) to 2560px (large monitor) or even higher. Users no longer just browse the web with desktop computers. Learn how to adapt your design with WebDesigner Wall’s tutorial.
Robots.txt is a suicide note
A rant to make a case against the use of a robots.txt file on your website, interesting.
How The Martha Graham Google Logo is Animated
On may 11, Google’s homepage displayed what probably was their best Doodle ever, discover how it was animated.
The Future Of CSS: Experimental CSS Properties
Discover some of the CSS3 techniques you’ll be using in the next few years on this Smashing Magazine article.
How to Create a Ligature by David Schwen
David Schwen makes something cool every day, his ligatures surely are cool.
These electrical outlet covers let you put your mobile phone on the wall as it recharges. Check it out.