Category Archive: Web Pickings

News, thoughts, advice & some opinions

Web Pickings 2015

Interesting finds from around the web — 9 JAN 2015 Logo vs Brand: “The swoosh is just pixels.” • 22 MAR 2015 Words: This is a web page.

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Web Pickings 2014

Interesting finds from around the web — 29 JAN 2014 Scrolling is easier than clicking: Scrolling is a continuation; Clicking is a decision. • 28 FEB 2014 Accessibility and Building a web for everyone because sometimes it’s not all about us: We shouldn’t forget about accessibility. It’s important. • 17 APR 2014 Typekit Practice: A […]

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Web Pickings 2013, part 2

Interesting finds from around the web — 1 AUG 2013 Pixel Perfect Open Tracking and Alignment: Text with letter spacing applied in CSS has issues when center aligned. But it’s fixable. • 5 AUG 2013 Generate WP: A user-friendly tool for developers to create advanced applications built on top of WordPress. A time saver basically. […]

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Web Pickings 2013, part 1

Interesting finds from around the web — 10 JAN 2013 Super Resize Me: A time wasting game for responsive web design. But it’s nice though. • 14 JAN 2013 Form Follows Function: A collection of interactive experiences created with HTML5 and CSS3. • 14 JAN 2013 I thought title text improved accessibility. I was wrong.: […]

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Web Pickings December 2012

Interesting finds from around the web — 9 DEC 2012 How to find the source of an uncredited image: • 10 DEC 2012 CSS background image hacks: Some clever tricks when you are using :before and :after together with an image sprite. • 22 DEC 2012 Portraits Génétiques: Genetic portraits by photoshopping headshots of relatives […]

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Web Pickings November 2012

Interesting finds from around the web — 5 NOV 2012 Hurricane Sandy Editor’s Letter: The cover of New York Magazine. • 13 NOV 2012 Avoiding common HTML5 mistakes: Probably the most helpful HTML5 website on the web. • 13 NOV 2012 Pure CSS speech bubbles: Very useful page to bookmark. Used some of the brilliance […]

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