• Can I Use…

    • Tom Kenny

    I’ve been using caniuse.com as a reference for what HTML5 and CSS features are supported in which browsers (and which versions). It really is an excellent resource.

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  • Layers App

    • Tom Kenny

    Layers is a Mac app which takes a screenshot of your screen, outputting as a PSD with each window and element separated out into layers. Quite impressive.

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  • Learning How to Program to Become a Better Designer

    • Tom Kenny

    Jonas Downey, of 37signals argues that learning Rails has made him a better designer. An interface isn’t just a series of static screens pasted together. It’s a flow, with inputs and outputs. You can’t truly evaluate an interface until you can use it, and you can’t use it until you build it. Anything less than […]

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  • Seven things still missing from CSS

    • Tom Kenny

    Molly Holzschlag finds out what the main frustrations are with CSS. I learnt CSS from the Lynda.com video tutorials from Molly Holzschlag and Andy Clarke, so she knows a thing or two. It might just seem to be an annoyance that the “bang” itself represents NOT to many programmers, who first look at !important and […]

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  • Quick Responsive Device View

    • Tom Kenny

    A neat tool for seeing a site design on multiple devices at a glance. Certainly not a tool for testing responsive designs but still may have some value, even just for the novelty. The link shows Inspect Element in action.

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