I’ve finally had chance to catch up with my RSS feedreader recently and thought I’d share some of the more interesting ones with you. Below are a list of Web Design, Usability, Accessibility and Search Engine related articles from the past week which I’m sure many of you will find useful or interesting.
All the A-Grade browsers, tested one-by-one for their HTML5 and CSS3 feature support . Needless to say it’s produced some interesting results.
As CSS3 gets closer to becoming the new standard for mainstream design, the days of rounded corners through elaborate background images is fading. This means less headache and time spent working out alternatives for each browser.
Now is an exciting time to be creating CSS layouts. After years of what felt like the same old techniques for the same old browsers, we’re finally seeing browsers implement CSS 3, HTML 5 and other technologies that give us cool new tools and tricks for our designs.
It’s a simple question: “What is a web browser?” Unfortunately, Google’s random survey in Times Square, New York, revealed that only 8% of people knew the answer.
Useful guide which demonstrates how to turn use a PSD and convert it into a nicely coded HTML and CSS website.
An interesting take on usability testing.
Many people love the lightbox effect, and it definitely can be very useful. There are some problems though.
In this article, Smashing Magazine have compiled 10 useful WordPress code snippets, hacks and tips to help you create a WordPress theme that stands out from the crowd.
A pure CSS text gradient with no PNG images necessary. Of course, it only works in Safari but it is a nice example of how CSS3 could be used in the future.
In Roger’s experience it can be hard to make people understand that colour blindness can actually cause real problems for real people on the web.
Google announced a new service yesterday called Social Search which shows search results from sites owned by the searchers online friends