This Week in Web Tech #1
Every day we post interesting links from around the web about browser tech, design, user experience, and more to our Twitter feed. Once a week we gather that all up into a blog post that we're calling "This Week in Web Tech". Welcome to our first post!
- Check out this neat flipping circle effect achieved with CSS3 and jQuery
- We're strong believers in the future of open web standards for applications. Adam McFarland gave his reasons for choosing HTML5 over on SpeckyBoy
- RefineSlide is a new library for creating slick, responsive slideshows
- Dummy helps you test out your site's design by generating random content that simulates connection to real back-end data
- Roundabout is a jQuery plugin for creating turntable displays (content that hides behind and then "rotates" around in simulated 3D)
- Maven is a nice light sans-serif typeface family with a "pay-what-you-want" model
- HTML5 Invoice lets you build a simple invoice using HTML that is well-suited for printing
- Level up your CSS3 animation skills by becoming an @keyframe power user
- Speaking of CSS3 animation, check out these 10 amazing examples
- Friend of Divshot Ted O'Meara has an article out on UX Magazine: "Failing Gracefully"
- Do you know about the
<summary>elements of HTML5? You will now.
- Navigation can be tricky cross-device. Here's a how-to for responsive navigation design
- Typography is the foundation of web design, or so says this blog post
- Keep your site machine-readable with HTML5 and microformats
- Filepicker.io is trying to take some of the headaches out of file uploading for web apps
- Your web apps are responsive, so why not build yourself a responsive resume as well?
- Are you keeping up with the latest trends in landing pages?