- *Design A UI Design and Prototyping Treasure Chest
- When designing a user interface there are always times that you will find yourself using the same graphical element over and over. So in order to be more productive, it’s a good idea to keep a library of common elements such as form elements, buttons, icons, browser templates, and windows. Here is a collection of these types of elements that should be a big help to you.
- *HTML/CSS Working With RGBA Colour
- We’re all familiar with specifying colours in CSS using by defining the mix of red, green and blue light required to achieve our tone. CSS3 introduces a couple of new ways to specify colours, and one of those is RGBA. The A stands for Alpha, which refers to the level of opacity of the colour, or to put it another way, the amount of transparency.
- *HTML/CSS 8 Tools and Scripts for Responsive Web Design
- Since it was also my first time building a responsive website, I had to do some learning and research. Along the way, I discovered some interesting techniques, useful resources, and handy tools to help with the task. So in this article, I’m sharing some of those tools and scripts I came across that make developing a responsive website a whole lot easier.
- *HTML/CSS @font-face and performance
- I had been wondering for a few months about how font files impact web performance. I started doing some research to answer these questions, but during that time there have been a number of great posts about @font-face performance issues. This summarizes those posts plus adds some very important discoveries of my own.