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Use less generic dummy text in web designs

Sometimes it may be useful to use less generic dummy text in your designs: for instance, when you want to give your design more context, and see how it works best with the text that could actually be used on a website. Whether you need an ordered or unordered list, a simple paragraph or a headline, just grab it from Kureno's Lorem Ipsum Tool.

Check one or several of the control boxes and click “Generate.” You can even choose between three different content types from a drop-down list: “Design Studio,” “Business” and “Technology.”

Thu, 24/06/2010 - 15:14


30 Fresh Icon Sets for Developers and Designers - Speckyboy Design Magazine

We simply love creative icon design, we really really do. As such in this post we have collected a rich list of 30 fresh icon sets specifically for designers and developers.
You will find some mini icons, pictograms, wireframe icons, ecommerce icons, toolbar icons, mobile app icons… the list goes on and on.

Wed, 26/05/2010 - 12:02


The 100 most funny and unusual 404 error pages

Every web page is a chance to communicate with your users and 404 pages are no exception - usually a missed opportunity to support your brand!

Wed, 21/04/2010 - 10:52


jQuery Spritely | Spritely

jQuery.spritely is a jQuery plugin created by Artlogic for creating dynamic character and background animation in pure HTML and JavaScript. It's a simple, light-weight plugin with a few simple methods for creating animated sprites such as the birds you see on this page, and dynamic scrolling backgrounds.

Mon, 22/03/2010 - 10:05


frequency decoder ~ Unobtrusive JavaScript datePicker (calendar) widgit ...

This unobtrusive datePicker (calendar), which is accessible using the keyboard, requires no embedded JavaScript blocks, uses no pop-up windows and is suitable for use within documents served as application/XHTML+XML.

Thu, 21/01/2010 - 15:08


A function that adds natural breaks to html

A really handy function that adds natural breaks to html to avoid long strings breaking your layout. Works with URLs too.

Wed, 02/12/2009 - 17:06