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Web Design

Typeplate

Typeplate is a typographic starter kit encouraging great type on the Web. Looks very promising.

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Everyday Web Design

Letterpress

Letterpress is a blogging platform, built to be super simple. it uses only text files, Markdown, some Dropbox action and a dash of python to make web sites sing. Totally going to give it a try. (on GitHub)

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Design

BLOKK font

Forget lorem Ipsum, BLOKK font is a replacement for your mock-ups.

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Design

Windows of New York

Windows of New York is an absolutely gorgeous weekly illustrated trip through New York’s streetscape.

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Design

Jefferson Cheng Design & illustration

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Jefferson Cheng’s Design & illustration is super, crazy good! Love his illustrative style.

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Design Music

Google Play Icon for Fluid

GooglePlay-Icon

I have been using Google Play a lot more recently now that they have music matching and a free 20,000 song upload capacity. It is especially great when I’m at work and want to listen to a few of my tunes. However, I always forget I have the player open in my web browser and close it by mistake, thus ending my epic music party. To counteract this, I created a Fluid app for my Mac which will keep the music going even if I close the window.

But every app needs a great Icon, so I created this transparent PNG Google Play icon for my application. Feel free to use it for your Fluid app.

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Design

Design Salary Guide by Coroflot

Design Salary Guide by Coroflot has been updated with all the latest compensation surveys from designers like me and you.

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Design

Amazing Web UI Designer

While I have been a fan of UK based web designer Orman Clarke, I have recently become similarly impressed by the work of NYC based Vladimir Kudinov.

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Design

Pure CSS scrolling shadows

Pure CSS scrolling shadows is a pretty ingenious way to achieve the slick UI effect with almost no overhead — of course earlier versions of browsers may have some trouble.

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Design Photographs Photography Technology

PechaKucha 20×20

An intense presentation style developed in Tokyo of 20 slides, each slide being on screen 20 seconds (hence 20×20). All PechaKucha presentations are over in 6.66 minutes.