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  • Chosen for Select Elements

    There is a very slick jQuery plugin called Chosen available from the people over at Harvest that makes <select> tags more user friendly—very nice indeed.
  • Matt Cutts: Googler, Webspam Police Chief & Webmaster Host

    I recently started watching the webmaster videos from Google where I ran into Matt Cutts for the first time—I know, I’m probably way behind on the times. Anyway, the videos are very informative, but what’s even more interesting is Matt himself. Check out Matt’s blog where he has some excellent posts on Google and SEO. […]
  • Think Quarterly, a Magazine for Google Partners and Advertisers

    I first saw mention of this over at Cameron Moll’s Tumblr site, cameronmoll.tumblr.com, and then a few other hits here and there on Twitter and Facebook. When I did manage to take a moment and check it out for myself, I was impressed by what I saw. Never really thinking of Google as a source […]
  • Six Revisions on IE9 as a Web Designers Nightmare

    With IE9 and Firefox 4 being released, there is a lot of talk on the web about browsers and what their new versions bring to the table—what impact they might have on the web developers. Six Revisions recently posted a great little article on IE9 and I recommend everyone checking it out.
  • 25 Ready-Made CSS Templates on Speckyboy

    Not everyone always has the time or ability to code a site from scratch. On occasion a ready-made template—be it HTML or CSS—can establish themselves as a real life saver. One of my regular sources for information and light reading is Speckyboy Design Magazine, and he recently posted an article entitled “25 Fresh and Professional […]
  • Skipped On Wireframing

    I recently read an article by Brad Shorr over at Six Revisions called, “The Benefits of Wireframing a Design” and realized that I’ve allowed myself to skip that step more-and-more lately—I started wondering why that might be. At first thought, I started to believe that it was because it wasn’t necessary or I’ve just grown […]
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