My boss shared this in a meeting earlier this week, and I’m loving the links and collections the page has curated.
It’s a bunch of modern web element demnos, tagged into categories including buttons, menus, images, icons, text, input fields, and trending.
I’m looking forward to diving into the demos/examples and bookmarking in the browser (and mentally) for future web projects and implementation.
Code My UI
One of my first projects at my new job entails taking three owned domains/separate sites and having them controlled via a single content management system.
I haven’t had any experience doing this since working with WordPress Mu at a former job way back when.
Since WordPress 3.0, this multi-site code is already part of the core and just needs some modifications to the WordPress config files to bring it alive. The article below is a great tutorial on setting that all up.
How to Run Multiple Domains from a Single WordPress Install
Nice article on human perceptions and how fast is fast enough for web sites and interactions.
On more than one occasion, I’ve sung the praises of my favorite OS X snippet application, TextExpander where I’ve built up quite the collection of text snippets for all kinds of purposes, with most of them focusing around web development.
Below is a list of kickstarters for launching your next web project, some of which I’ve added to my TextExpander snippets.
Kick-Start Your Project: A Collection Of Handy CSS Snippets
Co-worker found this as we were considering options for paging data on a new web site.
This is an article from several months back, but it’s still completely relavent, and it does a great job of presenting the pros and cons of traditional content pagination versus more modern endless scrolling:
The End of Pagination